Houston, we have a problem.
carpdjih at sp.zrz.tu-berlin.de
Thu Sep 5 21:59:51 BST 2002
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On Thursday 05 September 2002 22:37, Waldo Bastian wrote:
> > While gpg is rightfully doing it's calculations it has to fight for
> > CPU time with kmail which is in a busy-loop. "kill -stop" on the
> > kmail process allows gpg more CPU time to finish the job at which
> > time I can do "kill -cont" on kmail to let it run again.
Also if gpg is trying to download a key from a keyserver and the keyserver
doesn't respond (or takes some time), kmail takes all CPU. In the case of the
server not responding, forever.
Being stuck in a select() seems slightly better than polling, to meI thought
an async solution is being worked on for 3.2, so why not commit the select()
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