* Speeding up git stash - help needed
@ 2019-10-25 3:05 Utsav Shah
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From: Utsav Shah @ 2019-10-25 3:05 UTC (permalink / raw)
There's been some work to improve the performance of commands using
fsmonitor to skip unnecessary lstats. This has worked wonderfully for
git status on our repository, and I'm trying to see if we can extend
that to more commands.
A profile of git stash on our repository shows a fair bit of time is
spent in the "git reset --hard" that happens at the end. Most of the
time there is spent running lstat in unpack-trees.c -> traverse_trees
-> oneway_merge, which is a fairly generic function and used in a few
Is there a sane way to try skipping those lstats? Does anyone have an
approach they'd recommend? Or is it possible to skip the git reset
--hard in some way? Any suggestions would be welcome.
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