Re: [Evolution] Memory leak in 2.0.3-1.2 ?

On Fri, 2005-01-28 at 12:23 +0100, Jean-Marc Liotier wrote:
I am using 2.0.3-1.2 from Debian Unstable and I now find Evolution
ending up hogging abnormal amounts of memory after running a few hours.
I use it to access my rather large IMAP account (50000 messages in 150
folders - about 2 GB).

4995 jim  16   0  530m 351m  67m D 25.4 72.0   0:32.98 evolution-2.0

As I only have 512 MB and run too many things at the same time, the
large swapping that ensues renders the system almost unusable.

Has anybody else encountered such a situation with Evolution 2 ?

Not with evolution 2.0.3-1.1 and e-d-s 1.0.3-2.

I've got about as many emails as you but only 1/10 the # of bytes
in courier-imap.

Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson, LA USA
PGP Key ID 8834C06B I prefer encrypted mail.

"The Socialist who finds his children playing with soldiers is
usually upset, but he is never able to think of a substitute for
the tin soldiers; tin pacifists somehow won't do."
George Orwell, 1940, reviewing /Mein Kampf/

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