"Updating database of binaries" step very slow under Yosemite?

Lawrence Velázquez larryv at macports.org
Thu Oct 23 13:18:54 PDT 2014

> On Oct 23, 2014, at 3:18 AM, Clemens Lang <cal at macports.org> wrote:
> Hey,
> ----- On 23 Oct, 2014, at 08:55, René J.V. Bertin rjvbertin at gmail.com wrote:
>>> In at least some cases, the Yosemite installer wraps HFS+ volumes up into a Core
>>> Storage Logical Volume Group, and they become Core Storage Logical Volumes.
>>> http://arstechnica.com/apple/2014/10/os-x-10-10/2/#diskutil-list
>> that's the part I was wondering about ... and in what unexpected ways
>> it could mess up one's partition table ...
> CoreStorage is unlikely what caused the performance issues, because I've been
> running a fully encrypted FileVault2-CoreStorage setup ever since it was
> available and have seen good performance meanwhile.
> I still think the issue is somewhere in SQLite and how we use it.

I agree; I just mentioned boot volume conversion as something new in Yosemite. For what it's worth, I have not noticed degraded I/O performance anywhere else. For instance, builds take about the same amount of time.

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