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Re: Trying to circle in on bug, assistance needed

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On Friday 21 September 2001 05:58 am, Volker Schlecht wrote:
> A few weeks ago, I reported bug #108698 against konqueror, which has
> been tagged unreproducible by Ivan. I have since waited for 2.2.1 to
> be released, hoping that they would silently fix it.
> Apparently they didn't, though - so since my system seems to be the
> only one where the problem occurs, I decided to try and find the
> problem myself, which is as follows:
> HTML preview in general seems to be broken. When I have it enabled and
> look at a directory containing a couple of HTML files, CPU load goes
> up to 100% for a 1-2 minutes, and X completely freezes. For brief
> period each two minutes or so, X wakes up again, giving me the chance
> to press the back button to get out of the directory in question
> again. If I don't X will freeze again for 1-2 Minutes. Running it for
> a couple of hours overnight will finally display all the HTML previews.
> The bug report only mentions viewing the contents of .tar.gz's,
> however currently, using konqueror 2.2.1 from unstable (on an
> otherwise woody system) that happens with normal directories also.
> I have checked bugs.kde.org to see if such a problem had been already
> reported, but I couldn't find any mention of it.
> Does anyone here have the same problem, or any suggestions by what it
> could be caused?

Just tested on directory with 8 html files, no problem.  Took a couple 
seconds to generate previews, but nothing serious, and immediately cpu usage 
dropped back to normal.  Just tried with a .tar.gz file as well, worked even 
faster than I expected.  This is on a pii 350, nothing special (oh, and I'm 
straight sid).  Sorry :-)

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