Re: [Evolution] Evo started asking for Keyring password every time I start Evo
- From: Paul Smith <paul mad-scientist us>
- To: William Case <billlinux rogers com>
- Cc: evolution-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] Evo started asking for Keyring password every time I start Evo
- Date: Mon, 02 Jun 2008 14:54:45 -0400
On Mon, 2008-06-02 at 14:44 -0400, William Case wrote:
On Mon, 2008-06-02 at 09:54 -0500, HggdH wrote:
On 2008-06-02 Peter has written:
3. When I try to write a reply or a new mail on Evolution (on Xubuntu
Hardy), the moment I bring up a new email form, my CPU usage skyrockets
to 99% and stays there until I shut Evolution down and restart it. I've
used the system monitor to see which programs were responsible,
and they were Evolution and Gnome Keyring, with Gnome keyring
accounting for more than half of the combined CPU use. Which is why I'm
using a back-up email program at the moment...
I have opened https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=426463
for exactly the same problem. Several people (but not all) in Fedora 8
and 9 have the same thing happening. It seems like some kind of
mis-coordination between gnome and evolution because it is only
happening on gnome desktops and evolution emailers.
That bug doesn't seem at all related to the description above (100% cpu
usage between evo and gnome-keyring). That bug is the other issue where
passwords aren't accepted.
I've seen the 100% CPU usage happen on Ubunutu, when something goes
wonky with Evolution. If the Exchange backend crashes or something else
of similar seriousness happens, it seems like Evo and the keyring server
get out of step or something, and they both go crazy trying to talk to
each other chewing up all the CPU. IIRC, I've had to kill/restart
gnome-keyring to fix it. Restarting Evo doesn't help.
Now that Evo is more stable I don't see this as much anymore.
I don't remember seeing the problem(s) described by the bug above,
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