|02-13-2010, 12:00 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2010
Device: Kindle DX
STARTUP TIME, WORKING TIME
My calibre takes more than 3 minutes to start. I know my library is big (10.000 books) but my pc is not bad (Core2duo 4 GB Ram), however every operation on my library is sloooooow
how can i speed up things?
thanks in advance
|02-13-2010, 12:12 PM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: The (original) Silicon Valley, USA
Device: Galaxy Tab 2,Black Astak PEz, K4NT(now Wifes)
That is only slightly slower than My Hyper-threaded P4-3.2G 1.5G RAM with 700 books
Calibre is not normally RAM hungry.
6.40 Popped the Tray Icon in 20 seconds and populated the main window in another 15 seconds. (somthing got optimized )
Last edited by theducks; 02-13-2010 at 12:53 PM.
|02-13-2010, 12:17 PM||#3|
Join Date: Dec 2007
Device: Ebookwise 1150 / 1200
On my 2.4GHS Core 2/Quad (Q6600) w/ 6GB ram, Win 64bit.... I've got a fair # of of items - and it' takes 3-10 seconds / book when adding a new item now.
I don't usually see a ram problem, but I will see 8-9 concurrent processes in the background when it's updating author names etc (in bulk), and all the CPU usage goes up quite a bit.
I do get frustrated when I try to update a tag, or a series name, or a title - and it takes 3-10 seconds for the cursor to become visible in the box chosen (I type ahead now, finding I can type blindly in 3-4 boxes before I see the change in the first one)...
Any suggestions on how to speed this baby up?
I'm wondering if moving toward a non-relational database is appropriate (though my knowledge of those is minimal)...XML-based? etc?
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