It is very interesting but today my icon is at it's normal size and is
working just great.
Theory: the application listens for signals from Mother (home base, that
is, RHN) and destroys the icon on command. We already know it 'phones
home' to check for update availability.
Theory: The icon is destroyed when RHN has a problem of some sort.
On Mon, 2003-08-04 at 12:56, Daniel Veillard wrote:
Well that's the only way I can think the applet going into
a stat() / gettimeofday() / select() loop without reading or writing
anything... no idea.
On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 10:49:07AM -0600, Stephen Smoogen wrote:
> Hmmm doesnt look to be
> Unless I need to look at something else.
> > > It seems to be reading stuff from the network, taking up the cpu and
> > > growing in size.. but not allocating any window space. Dont know how to
> > > debug it much furhter.
> > Is there another application using the RPM database in a continuous use ?
> > That's my bet, the applet ways for the RPM DB to stop being under activity
> > to process further.
> > Daniel