I understand that MSYS uses Windows file access control mechanisms.
My problem is I'm on a domain machine with the authentication server half-way across the world.
If I have a live network connection to my LOGONSERVER, it takes several seconds to get the shell started (and every command in a make is doing the same).
Looking at the traffic in wireshark, I'm communicating with my remote domain server apparently to get authentication to do anything file related.
I can try to change/delete my LOGONSERVER environment variable...but that doesn't stop anything...just ends up in a bunch of bad NBNS requests and timeouts on the connections....still slowness and pauses.
If I disconnect my network connection...all is good and fast.
I realize this may be more of a windows issue, but is there any way of stopping this domain server access (when network connected) on every command?