[neomutt-users] startup performance of neomutt on big folders
neomutt-lists at guckes.net
Thu Aug 23 17:12:25 CEST 2018
i used to show how fast mutt starts up even on big folders.
but there were actually some things getting in the way:
the updates on the display which are controlled
by options like net_inc, read_inc, and time_inc.
so i created this minimal setup file to start up with:
$ cat increments_net_read_time
and this is the startup command:
$ time neomutt -n -F increments_net_read_time -f ~/Mail/BIGFOLDER
right after i issue this command i type 'x' which makes neomutt
exit right away - no updates to the folder whatsoever.
the "time" command of my shell then tells me that
neomutt has performed the opening of BIGFOLDER with
about 90.000 messages in just under 3seconds. :-)
i guess i will now have to create a way bigger folder
to measure a startup that longer than ten seconds..
how are your startup times on your machines
after adjusting the increment values?
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