[kdepim-users] handling akonadi and nepomuk

Kevin Krammer krammer at kde.org
Wed Aug 8 10:12:28 BST 2012

On Wednesday, 2012-08-08, Martin (KDE) wrote:
> Am 08.08.2012 10:26, schrieb Kevin Krammer:
> > On Wednesday, 2012-08-08, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> >> On Wednesday, 2012-08-08, Martin (KDE) wrote:
> >>> It seems to be a problem with session management. If I don't stop
> >>> nepomuk by hand before logout I have 6 entries of nepomukservicestub
> >>> and one nepomukcontroller in my ksmserverrc file. I don't know if the
> >>> controller has to be handled by session management but the stubs
> >>> should not be started by session manager. Is this a bug? Can this be
> >>> configured somewhere?
> >> 
> >> I am not sure how Nepomuk controller is usually started, but I would
> >> have expected that to be either through autostart or D-Bus activation.
> >> 
> >> In any case I agree that its helper processes should only be controlled
> >> by the controller and not participate in session managment [1].
> > 
> > Maybe the problem is that the D-Bus command I suggested stops then wrong
> > service.
> > Try to stop the Nepomuk controller instead of the server
> > 
> > qdbus org.kde.nepomukcontroller /MainApplication
> > org.kde.KApplication.quit()
> As the nepomukcontroller does not lead to any problem (neither delay nor
> error message in the .xsession-error file) I am not sure if I should
> stop it. Currently I don't know enough about nepomuk.

What I meant is that the controller could be the process making sure all 
others are correctly stopped before session managment kicks in.

I came to consider that when I wrote my Akonadi footnote, because the Akonadi 
control process is what you want to tell to stop the Akonadi system, not 
So even if the Nepomuk service should not participate in session management in 
either case, stopping the server might not be the right thing to do, but 
stopping Nepomuk controller could.

Kevin Krammer, KDE developer, xdg-utils developer
KDE user support, developer mentoring
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