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Re: occasional pause (or stutter) on win32 emacs 23.0.95

From: Reto
Subject: Re: occasional pause (or stutter) on win32 emacs 23.0.95
Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2009 02:28:50 -0800 (PST)
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I'm experiencing the same problem on a domain computer xp sp2 with
emacs 23.1.1 offical binary
I don't think it has anything to to with tramp
emacs22 also has tramp AFAIK


Matthew L Daniel wrote:
> On 11/16/2009 7:43 PM, address@hidden wrote:
>  > Hi Matthew,
>  >

>  > Thanks for the fast response.  Yes, my machine is part of a domain.
>  > And I found that the stuttering goes away when I am connected to the
>  > domain.  I guess this would imply that there is something to do with
>  > accessing files or permissions or something which it trying to talk
>  > to the domain controller?  Unfortunately, I don't understand windows
>  > networking enough to be able to debug this any further.
>  >
>  > I do notice that there are environment variables USERDOMAIN,
>  > USERDNSDOMAIN, and LOGONSERVER present in the emacs environment.
>  > Maybe I'll try removing these before starting emacs and see if that
>  > helps.  Seems unlikely though.
>  >
> Hi Eric (and list),
> I'm bringing this discussion back to the mailing list so we can share
> this new information and search for a solution.
> To bring the list up to speed, Eric is experiencing the same stutter on
> his machine that I experience. I asked if his machine was part of an
> active directory domain (which is the only thing I could think that was
> common between the two computers on which I experience this problem).
> As you can see, his answer is yes, which is great because now we have
> something else to discuss.
> What kind of experiments can we run to figure out what Emacs is trying
> to do?
> Also, I wondered if perhaps this behavior was related to "tramp" since
> 22.3 doesn't have tramp and also doesn't stutter (for Eric or myself).
>    Any insight will be greatly appreciated!
>    -- /v\atthew

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