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EmailFacebookTwitterGoogle Related 86 Comments Filed under random ← Another reason to dislike my MP (as if I needed one) How to get line stats out of a Linksys X3500 → 86 Please give details about your results of doing the list above in a support forum or bug report. As evidenced by the freezing, this must not have fixed some/all of Thunderbird's problems. Reply R 29th August 2013 at 9:52 am 3.1.12 on Ubuntu 10.10 Reply Pingback: Thunderbird CPU-Killer! have a peek at this web-site

Comment 5 Federico 2012-09-27 00:32:47 PDT (In reply to Federico from comment #3) > (In reply to Irving Reid (:irving) from bug 793455 comment #4) > > I don't think we is this imap folder to imap folder? Reply Savek 17th January 2014 at 10:57 am Thank you for posting this! I do not have a file global-messages-db.sqlite-journal.

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Affecting: thunderbird (Ubuntu) Filed here by: Dennis van Dok When: 2012-02-06 Confirmed: 2012-02-22 Started work: 2014-09-16 Completed: 2014-09-16 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux Instructions: win10, win8, win7, winXP, MacOS. Tuomas (tuma+sec) wrote on 2013-05-03: #34 I do have this issue even if message pane is closed with F8 and also no other message windows or tabs are opened. But does scrolling the folder list pane cause the DBs to be reopened?

  1. You are right, just expanding accounts/folders in the folder pane, without clicking any of them causes TB to open SOME of the corresponding .msf files of the exposed folders.
  2. TB is however opening lots of very old folders regularly; those that have had no traffic in years.
  3. Comment 39 alta88 2013-01-25 07:55:52 PST of course you should update.
  4. uncheck it in Options Advanced and restart.

The n*10k message mis-syncs suggest to me that > syncing unviewed mailboxes is *not* usually running as a background process. > Whereas the Activity Manager tells me that there is constantly It now happens pretty much every time I try to minimise or close Thunderbird. bug 1135310 comment 28 notes there may still be a problem, for which mail.db.idle_limit = 30000000 is a workaround. Thunderbird Takes A Long Time To Load Messages The problem was resolved with deactivating the message synchronisation of an IMAP mail account.

Comment 47 connor.tumbleson 2013-03-25 18:29:12 PDT Well. Xubuntu 13x, TB 31.2, no restart required. Supporting Vex's opinion, indexing my account with around 3GB of messages takes quite a long time, during which my laptop was indeed unusable. You can't rely upon them for a backup.

Should use buffering. Thunderbird Slow Windows 10 And so my little netbook's battery time went from 2.5 hours to 4 hours, just with this little tweak! This only happens with invitations. Additionally, any further discussion regarding the bug should occur in the other report.

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Comment 67 izz 2014-02-10 09:06:27 PST Thanks: http://gsfn.us/t/4ft55 Comment 68 Michael Soliman. 2014-04-11 05:03:47 PDT (In reply to :aceman from comment #10) > If you see in tools->Activity manager is there Reply flup 7th May 2014 at 9:27 pm It was ever thus. Thunderbird High Memory Usage I guess so few people noticed it is that it might be somehow associated to users who have several email accounts configured (I have 11 accounts configured in my TB profile). Thunderbird Clear Cache It was to the point that when I typed I had to wait for it to catch up on the screen.

I can provide more logs, but without the problem anymore I doubt it'll help. http://blackplanetsupport.com/high-cpu/mac-os-x-mail-high-cpu-usage.html I'm starting to lean away from it to be honest: there doesn't seem to be much development effort in its direction, and it has become awfully bloated and awkward. If you are using a version prior to 5, do you regularly (daily or weekly) File > Compact Folders? Best, Ed Alexander List (alexlist) wrote on 2014-01-09: #56 I have 2 IMAP accounts configured, and noticed that the CPU hogging / hanging is definitely related to the number of messages Thunderbird Slow To Open

is the Global Indexer enabled? See https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?f1=OP&o3=anywordssubstr&list_id=7738788&v3=battery&resolution=---&classification=Client%20Software&classification=Components&o2=anywords&f4=CP&query_format=advanced&j1=OR&f3=status_whiteboard&f2=short_desc&v2=power%20battery&product=Core&product=Firefox&product=MailNews%20Core&product=Thunderbird&product=Toolkit for an overall picture. the system goes hyper! Source Reply Jeff 18th May 2016 at 5:34 pm Thanks, this seems to have solved my problem.

I also enabled the logging and could see very few DBs cached. Thunderbird Alternative In this specific case, I suggest setting to 3M permanently and ALSO increase mail.db.max_open to the number of folders. I disagree with categorizing this bug as > invalid. > Vex Mage (v-z-s) wrote on 2012-05-02: #6 Martin, thank you for replying to that bug report.

I fixed this problem deleting the file "global-messages-db.sqlite" located in the C:\Users[YourUsername]\AppData\Roaming\Thunderbird\Profiles*.default directory.

The workaround (after first backing up your profile folder!) would be to move all of the Inbox folders messages to another folder (where you can identify and delete the troublesome messages If you make a connection using a anti-spam proxy such as the free version of MailWasher or use a anti-virus scanner consider disabling checking for new messages in Thunderbird, setting View The best way to minimize the amount of memory used is to archive messages you have already read or otherwise no longer need in Inbox into folders that you rarely open. Download Thunderbird This problem is highly annoying and drains my CPU quickly.

It is only indexing the local contents of the messages for quick search, it does not have anything with syncing between server and local messages. If that helps, you can disable Windows indexing for your Thunderbird data. After some minutes, the indexing was finished and the cpu usage by thunderbird returned to zero. have a peek here That's it!

If you do not use that you can safely turn it off. Mozilla Bugzilla #777728 Mozilla Bugzilla #794401 URL: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. I did have to restart thunderbird to see the effect. The idlelimit for TB 45.0 version is still 300000, adding two 0s fixed it..

Do not delete files - they can be useful for future diagnosis. Seems like memory leak is in Lightning extension: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=753343 There are a lot of such problems in Lightning. For a while, I noticed it went to 26-27% CPU, and the at least then, it was usable (I imagine it was using 1 CPU for thrashing, and another one for Comment 71 :aceman 2015-08-14 09:04:34 PDT Have you guys tried TB38 which has another problem with the closing of folder databases fixed?

Couldn't open TB when busy. I'm attaching performance data from my older computer, where this is a nuisance. Does TB work fine and quickly inside > the 5 minutes but then slows down again? nh2 (nh2) wrote on 2012-10-20: #18 thunderbird strace during high CPU on email sync Edit (547.6 KiB, application/octet-stream) I have the same problem on 12.04 with Thunderbird 16.0.1.

This is really bad for me as it's driving up the temperature of my laptop, runs up the fan noise and reduces battery time. I disagree with categorizing this bug as invalid. In my case, I have just upgraded to Raring and the situation has got worse. I have about 1 minute to perform any action before it becomes completely unusable.

Comment 8 :aceman 2012-09-27 04:49:32 PDT Yes, of course try that. there is bad contextmenu checking and a rename of the top level Archive folder, eg, is mistakenly allowed which, if attempted, will result in errors spamming the console on every hover.