On Fri, 2008-04-11 at 16:17 +0930, Tim wrote:
>> Are you saving your sessions on log-out (either manually or
>> automatically). If so, perhaps that's where the fault is creeping
> I am, in fact. That may explain why active ones are being preserved,
> but doesn't explain what keeps starting them, or why they don't die
> when finished.
Hmm, while I don't know about the CORBA issue, have you now gone through
your sessions preferences, and removed any saved ones? (So you don't
start them again, next time.)
Yes, there is only one krb5-auth-dialog entry in session preferences now
(and it was not grouped with the ones I deleted, which appeared together
in the list).
I just checked my other F8 system and there were a bunch of extra
krb5-auth-dialog processes listed in the session preferences. In the
State field, they all (but one) had an "unplugged" icon. The remaining
one (not grouped with the others had a "life preserver" icon.
Apparently, not enough were running to slow the login process, though.
I'll keep an eye on that now and see if the number grows and if I can
figure out why.
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