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Magit status is slow on Linux but fast on MacOS
In OSX El Capitan, I am using Magit 20171026.217, Git 2.10.1 (Apple Git-78), Emacs 25.1.1, darwin.
In CentOS Release 6.6, I'm using Magit 20180903.2339, Git 2.13.1, Emacs 26.1, gnu/linux.
For the same 40 MByte git repo, the magit status buffer requires 4 seconds to appear in linux but only 0.5 seconds in Mac OS.
There was a one-line change in one file in the linux repo.
In CentOS, my .emacs contains the following commands from the magit performance page and elsewhere:
(setq magit-refresh-status-buffer nil)
(setq magit-diff-highlight-indentation nil)
(setq magit-diff-highlight-trailing nil)
(setq magit-diff-paint-whitespace nil)
(setq magit-diff-highlight-hunk-body nil)
(setq magit-diff-refine-hunk nil)
(setq magit-revision-insert-related-refs nil)
(remove-hook 'magit-refs-sections-hook 'magit-insert-tags)
(remove-hook 'server-switch-hook 'magit-commit-diff)