On Thursday 19 of September 2013 10:28:42 fedora(a)howlingfrog.com wrote:
While I've had no end of grief w/kmail2 after it switched to
have never been able to get search working, something else has popped up
Over the last two or three months, kmail2 has gotten *PAINFULLY* slow at
doing just about anything. Click to switch from one message to another,
and sometimes I can wait as long as 90s before the UI updates. Don't even
get the "loading" screen, just waiting before it does anything.
When this happen, could you please attach gdb to the kmail process and get a
full backtrace? Please install at least kdepim-debug and kdepimlibs-debug.
Also enabling "Debugger" in Akonadi Console might shed some light on what's
happening in the background that takes so long.
Only thing I've seemed to find that even helps at all is to log
out and log
back in again. Its then good for most of the day but by late afternoon
things are bogging down again and I just close it and go back to logging in
directly to my mail server and using "pine".
Nepomuk is running, and is configured for e-mail indexing. Akonadi is
running, but isn't complaining about any problems.
When the problem occurs, its *not* CPU bound, so I'm pretty sure that its
not the feeder/indexer hogging resources. Something, however, seems to be
blocking and holding kmail2 up.
Anyone got any suggestions?
KDE Desktop Team
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