Re: More CPU hogging?

Hi Peter!

Am 27.02.20 00:51 schrieb(en) Peter Bloomfield:
OK, got it! Balsa sometimes opens a mailbox just to access a particular message, not to display it, and some 
recent changes did not take that into account. Fixed in master and pushed to GitLab. Will rebase gmime3 

Ummm – I /still/ see the 100% CPU load when I have composer windows open, using the following git version 
which includes my crypto button patch, though:

commit e56f82d3f94f48544edbeda72307553a440e7a6c (HEAD -> master)
Merge: 6d8b3460c d95c3a90b
Author: Albrecht Dreß <albrecht dress arcor de>
Date:   Thu Feb 27 19:11:15 2020 +0100

    Merge branch 'master' of

commit d95c3a90b2478e9dcd18d50ba0bf4efd3a10f64b (origin/master, origin/HEAD)
Author: Peter Bloomfield <PeterBloomfield bellsouth net>
Date:   Wed Feb 26 18:46:02 2020 -0500

    mailbox-local: Do not pass message to LBMailbox

    Do not pass message to LibBalsaMailbox for caching, when we're not
    preparing a threaded view.

    * libbalsa/mailbox_local.c (lbm_local_cache_message):

top again says:

24708 albrecht  20   0 1174252 122052  55280 R 99,7  1,5   4:40.36 balsa
24712 albrecht  20   0 1174252 122052  55280 S  0,0  1,5   0:00.00 gmain
24713 albrecht  20   0 1174252 122052  55280 S  0,0  1,5   0:00.06 gdbus
24726 albrecht  20   0 1174252 122052  55280 S  0,0  1,5   0:00.00 dconf worker

The gdb output is attached.

BTW, the 100% cpu I observe right now seems to be related to the dialogue composing this message.  When I hit 
send, this shows pinentry as to unlock my crypto token storing my private GPG key.  And as soon as pinentry 
appears, the CPU load of Balsa goes to 0!  Cancel pinentry bings bach the 100% CPU load…  Strange!

Unless this is related to the crypto button patch (although I don't see where it should interfere, to be 
honest) there still seems to be a different problem.

Anything else I could test?


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