On Wednesday 29 March 2006 17:57, Andras Mantia wrote:
> Hi,
>
> If you ever tried to update a KDE from binary packages while it was
> running you could see that after a package is installed kbuildsycoca is
> automatically executed as it notices that new files were installed. And
> this is done for every single package, altough it would be more than
> enough to do only after the whole upgrade was finished
> The problem becomes when there are more users logged on to the machine,
> as a kbuilsycoca instance is executed for every user and for every
> package. This can easily slow the PC down to an unusable state with
> heavy loads and results in a long upgrade time.
> Question: is it possible to disable kbuildsycoca for a certain period?


Not at the moment (AFAICS). But you could add a dcop call to kded for that.

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