[External] Re: Installing TeX Live on Windows 7, potential problems
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Wed May 26 06:38:50 CEST 2021
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> Am 25.05.2021 um 23:52 schrieb Beuthe, Thomas <thomas.beuthe at cnl.ca>:
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>>> Estimated time to completion on my Fujitsu Celsius W550 (i7, 16GB, 1TB > M2 SSD + 32TB disc farm) is around three hours, installing from a 16GB > USB stick >onto which has been unpacked the complete TeX Collection ISO.
>>> USB Device Tree Viewer V3.5.2 shews the USB stick as being connected to > a USB 2.0 MTT Hub under an Intel(R) USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller.
>>> Installing is taking place to the M2 SSD.
>> On my Linux machine installation of current TeX Live with binaries for one platform from a USB-3 stick takes less than 15 minutes.
>> I cleared the file-system cache before installation to make sure that data was read from the stick and not from memory. Install target was an SSD but installing >to a hard drive wouldn't be much slower.
> ...and yet when I watch the processes run on Windows, it's so slow I can see each and every one of the individual perl jobs boot, unpack a package, and then go away again. One by one. Is there something in the script that holds things back on Windows?
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