Hmmm doesnt look to be
[root@smoogen1 smoogen]# lsof | grep rpm
rhn-apple 5077 smoogen mem REG 9,2 895000 498767
rhn-apple 5077 smoogen mem REG 9,2 214008 498768
rhn-apple 5077 smoogen mem REG 9,2 304832 498765
rhn-apple 5077 smoogen mem REG 9,2 93856 519675
Unless I need to look at something else.
On Mon, 2003-08-04 at 10:43, Daniel Veillard wrote:
On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 10:36:14AM -0600, Stephen Smoogen wrote:
> I have the next step.. a missing rhn. The application is running, but
> there is absolutely no icon showing up on the bar. I have looked for any
> file in my .??* that mentions rhn and removed them. I cleaned up as much
> as I can, rebooted, relogged in and ran rhn-applet-gui. It says it is
> running, but it does not do anything the panel. It doesnt write a
> .rhn-cache either... just stis in a poll/gettimeofdaty/ioctl/write loop
> according to strace.
> 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.
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