Il 05/07/2015 22:02, Germano Massullo ha scritto:
* Today on #fedora-kde, user rom1dep complained about Dolphin (KDE 4)
*>* taking ~5 seconds to start. He said that removing
*>* solved the problem. Those files contained thousands of lines about old
*>* (and no longer used) removable devices.
*>* Since I am running Plasma 5 and I was experiencing slow Dolphin start
*>* times too, I tried to check how many code lines had my /bookmarks.xml.
*>* I saw that it contained 7161 lines, for 228 KiB of disk space. I tried
*>* to remove those files, then logged out&in from Plasma, and then I saw
*>* that Dolphin required much less time to start. Removing those files did
*>* not affect the resources/bookmarks that everyday I use in Dolphin.
*>>* Do you confirm that removing those files reduces Dolphin start time?
*>* Why do they contain all that stuff about unused removable devices? I
*>* could see lines of XML code about Fedora 16
*>Did anybody experienced that?
I have been experiencing the above freezing of Dolphin at Fedora 21
since this summer.
It takes up to a minute to remove a file/directory.
Gwenview demonstrates the same behavior -- takes a while to become
active when stared..
Removal of the bookmarks.xml helps indeed,
but this file, together with bookmarks.xml.bak, appears again when
woken up from the sleep mode
and has the same size as before deletion,
so I wonder where does it get information and how to remove this