[Evolution] Why does evolution-calendar-factory uses so much memory?

Rodrigo Dias rodrigo1406 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 6 12:50:41 UTC 2017


I noticed that evolution-calendar-factory and evolution-alarm-notify
together use almost 2 GiB of virtual memory. Since I haven't configured it
to sync with my email or other applications, i.e. since I've never used it
beyond seeing the days of the week, isn't this probably a bug?

I've seen some related bugs issued in 2014/2015 for Ubuntu (e.g.
or http://markmail.org/message/5kblftlq2eokjxxv), where people have
connected with their email account, and because of lots of calendar events,
the program uses up to 100 MiB. And they already think that's too much!
It's only me having this problem? Or is there a bug in Debian version too?

I've post a detailed question at
two days ago, but no answer up to now.

I'm using Debian Jessie with Gnome 3.14.1.

Thanks for your attention!

Best regards,

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