Am 26.10.2016 um 20:54 schrieb Sudhir Khanger:
> and i have no problems at all with intel or modesetting drivers
years if KDE would fix it's damned memory leaks i would not need ot
logout for days and weeks unless there is a kernel/glibc/pcre/openssl update
Just because you aren't affected doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
where did i say that?
i am just annoyed by the silly statement "make me wonder why do I bother
with Linux at all"
I use the dnf tracer plugin and I do weekly updates if not more and I
am almost always told to either logout or reboot. I kept the logs for several weeks and
then lost the interest. Either tracer plugin is faulty or the saying that Linux
doesn't need to reboot/logout is false.
bla - i do daily updates, often enough directly from koji and have at
least updates-testing enabled all the time - you likely don#t see most
of my updates at all
after more than a decade i know how libraries and dependecies work
togehter and in doubt "lsof | grep DEL | grep /usr" will tell you what
needs to be restarted because it has old libraries in use
just reboot is the easy solution which is likely enough for the most
non-technical users - when i have virtual machines with 6 GB and more
vmem running which are suspended before shutdown and restored at boot
while the machine is router, firewall, music daemon, WLAN-AP and what
not for a whole network i try to avoid useless reboots especially in
case of updates where the only entry in the changlog is some irrelevant
stuff for the next fedora version and nobody knows why it was rebuilt
for stable at all