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Re: kded4 using 100% cpu after update. what reason?



On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 04:27:23PM -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:
> 
> I yumex updated all the kde stuffs earlier today, and restarted X.  kmail 
> restarted, with a slightly more compact folder listing which is appreciated, 
> now I don't have to scroll it to drag-n-drop spam into the spam folder.
> 
> Kmail only lasted about 2 minutes after the restart, silently disappearing 
> without a crash notice.  On the restart, it seems stable now.
> Heck I have NDI what its supposed to be doing, is it playing catchup after the 
> update or??
> 
> So what is the new kded4 doing?
> 
> And should I reboot?

I'm also seeing kded4 using 100% CPU time after the recent updates. I
didn't notice any crashes or hangs of anything.

I rebooted right after the update, I haven't rebooted since noticing the
CPU usage.

-- Patrick Mansfield


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