User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64; rv:49.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/49.0 Build ID: 20161019084923 Steps to reproduce: Circumstances : After a computer failure (hardware default), I had to restart an installation of thunderbird (the old profiles can be restored but the size with the archives is not compatible with the temporarily used computer). So, I have limited to 100days the synchro with several IMAP accounts. No filter created, while a filter is set in "normal" profile. One of those accounts have received near 15,000 messages (receives all exchanges from tiki-wiki, is saying near 200 mail per day). Action : search for "tiki" and try (kamikaze) to move the 10,000 messages found with drag and drop to a new folder Actual results: The script hangs : bdtoolbar/content/bdToolbar5.js:257 First of all : intense usage of CPU (but a simple dual core) The script asks for continuing (several time) Later TH not responding for some spans of time I could not order "continue" at script This locks a core of the processor and TH doesn't answers anymore (since more than 20 mn) Expected results: May be, messages indicating : - too many messages, please split the list - allow stop (not cancel) task before the hang - script overloaded : stop and restart moving remaining messages later - change task priority and lock folders till the task is ended or stopped
Hi, Twenty minutes more, the task stops locking TH, then we reach the "continue or stop script". I have stopped it (in fact a not clean cancel) the end ?, but : - index and/or search on top inbox folder, are wrong : - many messages remains into top folder of inbox - "search" doesn't find these message : old and new, just one (without known particularity) - need to rebuild indexes... note : when job of the script is ended an upgrade from/to the IMAP begins with the target folder (download of headers) and update contents. best regards trebly
sounds like bug 720158
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 720158
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