Re: [Evolution] Possible memory leak somewhere in evolution-mail

With all due respect I disagree. This vFolder was filtering some text in
message body contents with vFolder source set to "all locals and active
remote folder" which filtered messages in my IMAP folders (I only have
IMAP folders with messages in it, even my sent folder is IMAP, so I know
that it worked for sure)



PS: Since removing that vFolder filtering I haven't experienced any
slowdown or visible memory leaks.

On Tue, 2002-04-09 at 21:18, Not Zed wrote:

Which vfolder was that?

IMAP doesn't use the indexing code at all, it is only local folders that
use it.

On Wed, 2002-04-10 at 04:22, Pascal DeMilly wrote:
Also since I removed my vFolder entry, Evolution access to my IMAP
server is way faster. Sometimes it would take 5 seconds or more to
switch messages in one folder. I thought that might have been due to the
new indexing that was discussed in the list but obviously it must have
had to do with the vFolder as it is the only thing I removed.

Hope that helps you pinpointing the problem in some way



On Tue, 2002-04-09 at 10:58, Ettore Perazzoli wrote:
On Tue, 2002-04-09 at 10:31, Not Zed wrote:

You could try using 'memprof' on evolution-mail (you run 'memprof
evolution-mail' before starting evolution) to try and track down what is
eating so much memory.  We do occasionally but I certainly dont
experience that problem with evolution (but i am using an earlier

Somebody else reported this to me a while ago on IRC and I asked him to
run memprof but memprof just got all confused and reported nothing.

Although, this seems to be related to IMAP filtering.  (I.e. if I
remember correctly, he didn't seem to have any memory leaks if he turned
off all the indexes.)


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