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up vote 6 down vote favorite 2 I have experienced 2-3 unexplained lockup over last 10 days. After I have disabled my two iCal calendars(from iCloud and Asana) problem disappear. Indeed, the output of top below, sorted by TIME+, indeed demonstrates that thunderbird needed s=tremendous more processor time than other applications PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM Board index All times are UTC - 8 hours [ DST ] Login FAQ / Rules Register Search Boards : Knowledge Base: knowledge base chat about fr ja es mozillaZine is Source
Reply Pingback: Thunderbird 3.8.4 Hang di Kubuntu 14.04 - Badwi Blog Leave a Reply Cancel reply Search for: Ian Chard Gigging musician, piano teacher, IT guy, and law nerd. Unchecking Indexer requires restarting TB to take effect. Reply Jeff 18th May 2016 at 5:34 pm Thanks, this seems to have solved my problem. Install the Leak Monitor detector add-on, perform a specific function with the leak detector enabled, and then file a bug with information about what function you performed, and the results of
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A Little Cryptic Puzzle What is this blue thing in a photograph of a bright light? After adding a new google calendar in, thunderbird went insane. Reply Mike 25th June 2013 at 4:24 am Unbelievable. Google Desktop Search (GDS)?
- Finally I found this bug report which has a working solution.
- Topics: Active | Unanswered Index »Applications & Desktop Environments »Thunderbird is hogging and freezing for a few seconds Pages: 1 #1 2012-04-04 10:28:07 symtab Member Registered: 2008-01-11 Posts: 7 Thunderbird is
- Performance related bugs fixed in 3.0.1: bug 534835 offline folder size constantly increases using Exchange IMAP (Exchange returns wrong rfc822 size) - messages redownload bug 537820 quick search in smart folders/saved
That seemed to reduce my RAM but maybe I am imagining things. Luckily, I was able to disable lightning within that time and so now I can get email. System Requirements defines minimum Thunderbird machine requirements for a "mythical" user. Thunderbird Slow To Download Messages wait until all emails are shown selected.
If using beta or Earlybird get it from channels page. The more free space the faster it defragments. My computer was up for 3 hours 15 minutes at that time. Homepage Reply metacor 11th November 2013 at 7:37 pm Amazing.
Simple thing is written, features get added, thing gets bloated, someone writes a simpler thing, lather, rinse, repeat. Thunderbird Alternative No bug report. Could it be a bug in 45.2.0? Thomas T. (dontpanic) wrote on 2012-09-26: #16 I was having this issue aswell with Ubuntu 12.04 and Thunderbird 15.0.1.
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Please file a bug about your problem. view publisher site Serge Stroobandt (serge-stroobandt) wrote on 2013-04-21: #32 My IMAP folder, albeit large, is *NOT* encrypted and I do suffer from the same problem as long as the Message Pane (message preview) Thunderbird High Memory Usage Even after 3 years the TB issue is still present. Thunderbird Clear Cache I am so sick of these gigantic, bloated complex programs for doing a simple task like reading emails.
Opening the activity window shows that a lot (and probably too many) of sync operations are being performed at the same time. this contact form Previously, I've set mine to "C" to convert the times to a 24H format, but it seems to have quite some performance overhead. check with vendor's software support If you have gmail accounts, is problem seen after unsubscribing the "All Mail" folder? Michael Nagel (nailor) wrote on 2012-05-24: #8 I possibly have this issue as well. Thunderbird Takes A Long Time To Load Messages
Nokya (nokya) wrote on 2012-10-29: #19 Also witnessing the problem. This is due to a bug creating places.sqlite-shm and places.sqlite-wal directories in the profile. UPDATE 2: (Jan-2013) Now running Thunderbird 17.0.2 (Ubuntu 12.04). http://1pxcare.com/cpu-usage/red-hat-top-cpu-usage.html Martin [email protected] (uck-jeremy-f0m) wrote on 2012-09-08: #15 I was also having this issue with Ubuntu 12.04 and encrypted home directory.
Probably due to some automatic ubuntu update; now, when I start Thunderbird it, freezes after a few seconds and the CPU goes > 100%.. Download Thunderbird When this happens, compiz is also near the top of top. - I have tried using the default xorg graphics drivers and the proprietary nvidia ones, and the issue is the This temporarily fixed the problem in that I was able to get rid of an old notification.
Check the number of zeros you have; if you only have 300000, that could be causing your CPU problems.
Should use buffering. please fix! After clearing the cache I don't get this dialog but still get the freeze. So (for example) if your version 2 used 50MB, then v3 might use 130 MB to 150 MB.
I've been forced to go through the email web interface, which isn't the best. I have like 200.000 emails if that could be a problem.I believe the number of mails could be the problem, especially since Thunderbird keeps mail in one file for each mail Anyone having a performance issue - please file a bug report with the details at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Thunderbird Thanks for helping us improve Thunderbird. Check This Out Describe your problem clearly but as briefly as possible in a support forum, newsgroup, or existing or new bug report: use numbers - for example cpu percentage, amount of memory, number
icylucifer (icylucifer) wrote on 2013-04-24: #33 I'm also seeing this. Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search apple.com Shopping Bag : CommunitiesSign inPostBrowse discussionsContact SupportSearchCommunitiesContact SupportSign inContentPeopleSearch Support CommunitiesNotebooksMacBook Air Please enter Another is to click on the delete button instead of trying to move the scroll bar. From the Edit menu, select Preferences (for later versions, select Options from the Tools menu).