Alex Brotman atbrotman at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 26 00:48:49 BST 2021

I'd like to concur with this.  It would consume enough memory that my oomkiller would try to resolve. While this was happening the whole system would crawl, maybe up to 10 minutes.  I didn't track it enough to see what it was really doing. While I understand that 2GB (or more) isn't a huge deal, it's a lot of memory for something that's supposed to be running in the background, and not impactful to active users.

 I decided to chmod -x the binary to stop it from running. I tried to disable via dconf-editor, but didn't seem to be enough. 

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