On Sun, Aug 10, 2003 at 09:27:46PM +0200, Kent Nyberg wrote:
tor 2003-08-07 klockan 12.20 skrev Daniel Veillard:
> This tend to confirm my hypothesis that this is related to load, especially
> if rebuilding the cache on a first start, a relatively slow machine or low
> memory conditions might exacerbate the problem ...
> thanks for the report !
When i start my computer and log in to the Gnome desktop i can see this
one pixel-wide RHN icon for about a second or two.
I have an P3-500 with 512 mb ram.
I installed everything from the BETA and have not checked what is
starting and what is not, so i might have lots of stuff starting - that
is, heavy load.
So i guess this might also confirm your hypothesis?
For me the icon gets the right size after that second or two though.
Hum, interesting ...
But also, i do recall seeing the one pixel-size icon for a whole
rather than just a second while starting gnome.
At the moment the only idea I can get to work around this would be to block
the program until load goes back to some "normal" state, but I really can't
accept this as a decent solution, I'm afraid it would open the door
to more insane problems, sigh ...
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