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Month: October 2019

Re: [BULK] [trinity-users] more on my kmail 100% problemns

From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@...>
Date: Sat, 19 Oct 2019 11:17:51 -0400
On Saturday 19 October 2019 07:22:05 Gene Heskett wrote:

> Greetings;
> I just noticed that 1 of the 2 lists I had sorted into subdirs by the
> year, was placing new incoming messages in a subdir I had prepared to
> hold the 2019 messges, even though the filter rules said to put new
> incoming that matched that filer rule, into the main folder.
> So I shift marked the 2019 folders content a month at a time and drug
> it back to the main emc folder, leaving the 2019 folder empty, so I
> deleted in and its 3 subdirs.  This of course crashed kmail. On
> restart, its now doing 95%+ but is doing it for only a few
> milliseconds per core, switching faster than gkrellm can accurately
> track. But for some reason its skipping core2? ??  ??? And then it
> crashed again, and I submitted that report. Now on the restart, which
> nicely saved this message, its back to using all 4 cores for a couple
> seconds each.  But I mentioned it, so it just stuck on core0 for about
> 15 seconds.
> Now trying to get some clues from lsof and a few filter stages of
> grep, I find one instance per year for the emc folder, but the other,
> "coco" folder and all its subdirs will need a final |wc -l showing 170
> instances. I just found I'd not nukes the coco's 2019 indice stuff, so
> one more restart. But I'll send this first...
3 hours later its behaving itself. Nothing from kmail is now anywhere 
near the top of an htop list.  cpu temps are down about 8C.  I think 
I've fixed it!
> Cheers, Gene Heskett

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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