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Re: [opensuse] It's Clean Already!
  • From: Philippe Andersson <pan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2009 08:49:53 +0100
  • Message-id: <4982B121.1010704@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Clayton wrote:
I've just been treated to what, according to my Web searching, is a very
old problem: Launch feedback and a taskbar entry for "HTTP Cache
Cleaner". It's been bouncing along, now, for several minutes. CPU
utilization and I/O volume are very low.

What might be the solution to this? All the "*cache_cleaner*.desktop"
files I can find have the startup-notify option set to "false."

What's the proper solution to this?

By the way, in many years of using SuSE / openSUSE Linux, I've never
seen this.

I get the same on my 11.1 install from time to time.. the Cache
Cleaner runs for 5 to 15 minutes... the mouse cursor never stops
"bouncing" the whole time. I've never looked into the cause/solution
though. It never happens often enough for me to remember to go
hunting it down :-)
I've seen it only once until now (OpenSuSE 11.0) -- if I remember
correctly, it happened at a time when I was experimenting with the
network configuration and temporarily lost name resolution. Not sure
whether there was a link, though.


Ph. A.


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