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Henry Bohné
I recently upgraded from ver3.3 to ver 4.0.
I work with a big (2.2 MB) text file. With ver3.3 it took 5 to 9 minutes to save the file, with ver4.0 it takes 29 minutes.
How can I speed it up?
I'm using Windows 7 as OS
 
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Amin Jacek Pedziwiater,ASUSCOREURUS,C:IBMM
Ungrade your OO and/or OS to minor version. It should to solve the problem.

Amin J.Pedziwiater

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I recently upgraded from ver3.3 to ver 4.0.
I work with a big (2.2 MB) text file. With ver3.3 it took 5 to 9 minutes to
save the file, with ver4.0 it takes 29 minutes.
How can I speed it up?
I'm using Windows 7 as OS

Henry Bohné



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Re: Save big file

Andrea Pescetti-2
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On 19/10/2013 Henry Bohné wrote:
> I recently upgraded from ver3.3 to ver 4.0. I work with a big (2.2
> MB) text file. With ver3.3 it took 5 to 9 minutes to save the file,
> with ver4.0 it takes 29 minutes. How can I speed it up?

If you can make the file public we can have a look.

Large files generally open fine in 4.0, as fast (or faster) than 3.x.
But we have a few particular cases already known, see for example
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=123457
and we can possibly investigate the root cause in the case of your file too.

Regards,
   Andrea.

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Re: Save big file

Rory O'Farrell
On Sat, 19 Oct 2013 22:06:33 +0200
Andrea Pescetti <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On 19/10/2013 Henry Bohné wrote:
> > I recently upgraded from ver3.3 to ver 4.0. I work with a big (2.2
> > MB) text file. With ver3.3 it took 5 to 9 minutes to save the file,
> > with ver4.0 it takes 29 minutes. How can I speed it up?
>
> If you can make the file public we can have a look.
>
> Large files generally open fine in 4.0, as fast (or faster) than 3.x.
> But we have a few particular cases already known, see for example
> https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=123457
> and we can possibly investigate the root cause in the case of your file too.
>

Just now tested: Using 4.0.1 on a slow machine (circa 2002) running Xubuntu 13.04. saving a 14365 page (A5, plain text) file takes 75 seconds. If the file has been altered immediately before the Save, it will repaginate, and this repaginate time adds about 120 seconds to that Save time.
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Re: Save big file

irgunii
On Sat, 19 Oct 2013 22:13:46 +0100

> On Sat, 19 Oct 2013 22:06:33 +0200
> Andrea Pescetti <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> > On 19/10/2013 Henry Bohné wrote:
> > > I recently upgraded from ver3.3 to ver 4.0. I work with a big (2.2
> > > MB) text file. With ver3.3 it took 5 to 9 minutes to save the file,
> > > with ver4.0 it takes 29 minutes. How can I speed it up?
> >
> > If you can make the file public we can have a look.
> >
> > Large files generally open fine in 4.0, as fast (or faster) than 3.x.
> > But we have a few particular cases already known, see for example
> > https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=123457
> > and we can possibly investigate the root cause in the case of your file too.
> >

  I just tested with the 'bug' above, the 'faq16' file of 17MB.

  My system - Slackware 14.0, AMD FX-6300, 2GB RAM, AOO4.0.1

  Took 540 seconds to open the file after downloading it.
  Was going to take at least as long to 'save' it with a new name (I quit counting
  after 230 seconds). It was using 409MB of RAM while trying to save, and using 17%
  cpu.

  So yes, there does seem to be a bug with opening and saving large files. I've
  apparently been lucky all these years and not had to mess with such large odt
  files ever, heh.


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Re: Save big file

Julian Thomas
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On 18Oct  2013, at 5:15 PM, Amicompland <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Ungrade your OO and/or OS to minor version.

Do you mean Upgrade??

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Re: Save big file

Andrea Pescetti-2
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TN Patriot wrote:
> So yes, there does seem to be a bug with opening and saving large files.

No. Large files, in general, open and save with similar performance in
3.x and 4.0.1, or are opened by 4.0.1 faster than 3.x.

But there are a few problematic files, like the one discussed in issue
123457; this particular file is automatically generated and has invalid
internal pointers, so it is in no way a typical example of "large file".

Regards,
   Andrea.

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Re: Save big file

Joost Andrae-2
Hi,

and once it is loaded you save it using "Save As...". Loading this file
containing the "repaired" structure loads in an acceptable amount of time.

btw. the file referenced in
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=123457 is really a beast...

Kind regards, Joost


Am 20.10.2013 10:48, schrieb Andrea Pescetti:

> TN Patriot wrote:
>> So yes, there does seem to be a bug with opening and saving large files.
>
> No. Large files, in general, open and save with similar performance in
> 3.x and 4.0.1, or are opened by 4.0.1 faster than 3.x.
>
> But there are a few problematic files, like the one discussed in issue
> 123457; this particular file is automatically generated and has invalid
> internal pointers, so it is in no way a typical example of "large file".
>
> Regards,
>    Andrea.



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Re: Save big file

John Meyer
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On 10/19/2013 7:46 AM, Henry Bohné wrote:
> I recently upgraded from ver3.3 to ver 4.0.
> I work with a big (2.2 MB) text file. With ver3.3 it took 5 to 9 minutes to save the file, with ver4.0 it takes 29 minutes.
> How can I speed it up?
> I'm using Windows 7 as OS
>  
> Henry Bohné
>    
BTW,  may I ask and this is totally OT to the discussion, why this file
is so big and is there any way to divy up the file into smaller, quicker
loading files?

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Re: Save big file

Alexandro Colorado-4
I would rather think this file has large images that could be re-rendered or externally linked. If its a huge spreadsheet probably transfer to a database.

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On Sun Oct 20 08:41:02 2013 John Meyer <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On 10/19/2013 7:46 AM, Henry Bohné wrote:
> > I recently upgraded from ver3.3 to ver 4.0.
> > I work with a big (2.2 MB) text file. With ver3.3 it took 5 to 9
> > minutes to save the file, with ver4.0 it takes 29 minutes. How can I
> > speed it up? I'm using Windows 7 as OS
> >
> > Henry Bohné
> >                          
> BTW,   may I ask and this is totally OT to the discussion, why this file
> is so big and is there any way to divy up the file into smaller, quicker
> loading files?
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Re: Save big file

John Meyer
On 10/20/2013 7:50 AM, Alexandro Colorado wrote:
> I would rather think this file has large images that could be re-rendered or externally linked. If its a huge spreadsheet probably transfer to a database.
>
In a text file?



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