Re: F-Spot and CPU
- From: Fabian Kneißl <fabian kneissl-web net>
- To: Eric Hoffmann <eric hoffmann runnet com>
- Cc: F-Spot list <f-spot-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: F-Spot and CPU
- Date: Sun, 20 Apr 2008 21:40:31 +0200
On 20.04.2008 08:45, Eric Hoffmann wrote:
> Anyway, I have a new question : what means le sentence witch is under le
> small photos ? It's written 1483 photos sur 1484. What is the difference
> between the 2 numbers ? I didn't see anything about that in the
The first number is the number of photos displayed in the thumbnail
view, the second one is the total number of pictures that are in f-spot.
Thus, if you search for a certain tag / import roll / timeframe and e.g.
12 photos are found, only these photos are the first number => 12 out of
1484. I guess you tagged one photo with "hidden", then it is not
displayed by default.
> Thanks a lot ! Have a nice sunday !
> Le mercredi 09 avril 2008 à 22:26 +0400, Eric Hoffmann a écrit :
>> Many thanks for answering me.
>> I don't know how to isolate the picture causing the problem.
>> I have noticed some more informations :
>> when I edit a photo, le CPU comes down at a normal rate
>> when I come back to the view with all the small photos, the CPU goes
>> up and it's indicate 1483 photos sur 1484 (1 selected)
>> Thanks a lot !
>> Le mercredi 09 avril 2008 à 09:19 +0200, Stephane Delcroix a écrit :
>>> Bonjour Eric,
>>> as it looks like a new issue for you, it could be caused by
>>> - an update in one of the dependency
>>> - some new pictures being imported
>>> anyway, that kind of problem is often caused by weird exif headers...
>>> could you please
>>> - try to isolate one picture causing this
>>> - report a bug with that picture attached
>>> - (optionally) try to upgrade to 0.4.2 (some of those errors were fixed
>>> PS: y, there's some french-speaking people around, but the list is
>>> On Sun, 2008-04-06 at 20:32 +0400, Eric Hoffmann wrote:
>>>> Hi all
>>>> Since this morning, when F-Spot is running but doing anything, the CPU
>>>> is used at around 75 %. I can use F-Spot but it runs slower than
>>>> usely. When I stop F-Spot, the CPU activity comes down at around 0 or
>>>> 1 %. Do you know what's happening ? Do you know what to do ?
>>>> F-Spot 0.4.0 - Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon).
>>>> Sorry for my bad english. I am french. Is there some french speaking
>>>> peaple here ? Y a-t-il des français ici ?
>>>> Thank you for reading my message. have a nice day !
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