When you still have performance issues with the firewall on, you can try temporarily disable the firewall, when performing the compiling process… Maybe in the future the firewall will have some kind of pause functions for certain modes… for example, you set the block all mode and after a while it goes automatically to another predefined mode… so you pause a certain mode…
Seems not to work. I can set the level to disabled, but the performance is very slow. I can stop (kill) the service; same result.
Only deinstallation seems to help. after the deinstallation the compileprocess works fine as excepted. After a new installation: slow performance.
I don’t have any definative ideas at the moment… but, perhaps this is an issue with the Defense+ part of CFP rather than the Firewall component.
heuby, does the problem disappear if you compile from local source files? Are you experiencing poor performance with LAN (this is a LAN?) traffic in general? Also can you confirm which version of CFP you have.
Stopping CFPs service (CMDAGENT) will not help. CFPs teeth are its drivers… and trying to stop those wouldn’t be a good idea, CFP might think it’s being attacked. It’s always best to disable CFP by using CFP itself.