Notifications plasmoid, leak?
asraniel at fryx.ch
Sun Jun 6 00:42:55 CEST 2010
Related or not, but there was a problem that closing notifications would also
keep a file open, so after some time your icons would disapear because too many
files where open (might be totaly unreleated though)
Am Sonntag 06 Juni 2010, um 00.34:43 schrieb Alex Fiestas:
> Hi fellows
> Seems that the notifications plasmoid is leaking X11 memory for each
> How to reproduce:
> 1-Execute system activity (Ctrl+Esc), and show the X11 memory column
> 2-Remove your notifications plasmoid inside plasma.
> 3-Execute "plasmoidviewer notifications"
> 4-Execute "kdialog --passivepopup foo" to add a notification.
> when adding notifications take a look at the X11 Memory column, you'll see
> how it increases 400K per each notification but only decrease 100 when the
> notification is closed.
> I thought it would be because the notification is saved in the
> Notifications browser but:
> 1-Click on the plasmoid so the notification browser is shown
> 2-Close one notification when looking at the X11 Memory
> You should see how the X11 memory INCREASE each time you close a
> notification. Additionally when you close the entire browser, the memory
> is not released.
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