On Monday 16 February 2009 20:59:05 Patrick O'Callaghan wrote: > On Mon, 2009-02-16 at 20:33 +0000, Anne Wilson wrote: > > You could always stop akonadi then do a Save Session, but something must > > be using it, or you have started it through systemsettings, if that's > > possible, so be careful that you are not going to break something you > > want. > > Anne, I also have akonadi running but have no idea why: > So have I. I've learned a bit more about this over the last 24 hours. It seems that the server listens for requests from many applications. Client instances are opened, one per active user, as and when required. I take it that that means that we have one low-resource application running (listening) in readiness for developments. As I said, at the moment I'm not aware of using anything akonadi-based. I've no doubt, though, that over the coming months developments in various apps will start to use this. With the efficiency gains to be expected, they are certain to. I've seen no evidence to suggest that there is any performance hit or any other issue with the current situation, so I'll happily sit back and wait for the goodies to arrive :-) Anne
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