Re: [Evolution] Evolution calendar dreadfully slow

Am Mittwoch, den 28.09.2011, 03:40 +0200 schrieb Thomas Mittelstaedt:
Am Dienstag, den 27.09.2011, 21:24 -0400 schrieb
carpetnailz researchintegration org:
I've just installed Fedora 15 and am having a lot of trouble with
Calendar running dreadfully slow. I'm running Evolution 3.0.3 that comes
with Fedora 15. I never had this before with earlier versions of

What is the last version of Evolution you used and that worked?

If I start Evolution, then click Calendar as soon as it
opens, then click new appointment, it will take about 50 seconds all
told. If I'm in Mail having been to Calendar before and then go to
Calendar, it opens fairly quickly, but then can take 10 seconds or so
after I click to open a new appointment. If I'm in Calendar and click to
go to another date it can take 18 seconds to get there, and then another
12 seconds or so to get back to 'today'.

This does not seem right. Is there something I can do to fix this?

I had problems regarding performance in calendar and tasks, too, 
filed a bug report, and that was fixed in the master branch, i.e.
version 3.1.xx. Unfortunately, it did not make it to the current
official 3.0.3 release:

Bug 655190 - Sluggish performance interacting with calendar/tasks (

Maybe, the maintainers find time to make that patch available in Fedora
15, too - if it's the same issue you are seeing.

Is that really the same issue? Searching for ÂEClient in `git log` I
only found commit 05933ef4 which dates some time back.

        Author: Milan Crha <mcrha redhat com>
        Date:   Mon Jun 27 15:23:31 2011 +0200
            Keep opening EClient-s till they report busy error

This commit was only done to the 3.1.x branch.

$ git describe 05933ef483635b84514eb285d4d839b87c3b3afb

So it looks like a different bug in my opinion. If not please update
this thread and the bug report with what commit caused this.



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