25 Mar '13, 3pm

Why is 'bundle install' slow?

January 13, 2011 qrush scaling rails Fetching source index for http://rubygems.org/ Like you, I’ve sat at my terminal watching Bundler emit this post’s title and do nothing for quite a while. Imagine what we could be doing instead of waiting for dependencies to resolve! I’m out of ideas already, I love resolving dependencies. Why it’s slow It’s actually not Bundler that is slow…it’s RubyGems itself. To understand why this process takes a long time, you need a bit of a history lesson with how RubyGems handles its index of gems. There are three indexes available: Latest index (newest versions for a given gem on a given platform) Big index (all versions for all gems on all platforms) Prerelease index (only prerelease gems for all gems on all platforms) Usually we just need to request the “latest” index when you gem install something. However, Bundler needs the big index. This...

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