On 02/10/2014 09:55 PM, David C. Rankin wrote: > On 02/10/2014 08:14 PM, Slávek Banko wrote: >> Currently I have unfinished a patch for kdesktop_lock => response to systemd >> signals Lock(), Unlock() and setting SetIdleHint(true / false). I'll put >> patch to test when will be ready. >> >> Then I want to prepare minimal systemd support for TDM. >> >> And as a last I want to deal with automatic MultiSeat with systemd. But I >> would like to use D-Bus calls instead of a direct call API functions sd_*. > > Excellent. Just let me know when you want me to test. Thanks. > Slavek, We may need to bump priority on this one - it is worse than initially reported. It doesn't just effect fringe tdeio_slaves like the sftp tdeio_slave it effects *ALL* tdeio_slaves, including tdeio_http. I browsed in konqueror looking for configuration help with Tork and for help with the mixminion python error and I had 50+ tdeio_file and tdeio_http processes like the following: ... tdeio_file [tdeinit] file /tmp/tdesocket-david/tdelauncher0fCUxj.s tdeio_file [tdeinit] file /tmp/tdesocket-david/tdelauncher0fCUxj.s tdeio_file [tdeinit] file /tmp/tdesocket-david/tdelauncher0fCUxj.s tdeio_http [tdeinit] https /tmp/tdesocket-david/tdelauncher0fCUxj. tdeio_http [tdeinit] https /tmp/tdesocket-david/tdelauncher0fCUxj. ... Apparently with every http connection, including browser search, a tdeio_file slave is also opened to check/update the cache entries in addition to the tdeio_http slave opened for the connection, so this will spin out of control quickly with internet browsing. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.