Created attachment 410886 [details]
Output of 'pstack `pidof evolution`' for frozen evolution
Description of problem:
Frequently the user interface to Evolution hangs randomly. May be related to fetching mail and gnome keyring passwords.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Unknown, but happens many times a day.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open Evolution
2. Use it to read email, or write email
3. Go away for a while
Come back to find Evolution window not updating, dragging other windows across it will erase the contents of the evolution window.
I captured the output of 'pstack `pidof evolution`' on the last hang, see attached.
Thanks for a bug report. The trace shows it has really something to do with gnome-keyring, but there are missing some debug information to see the whole context. Could you install debug info packages for evolution-data-server, evolution and gnome-keyring,and update the backtrace, please? Thanks in advance.
Please note that there is not planned any update for 2.28, thus maybe if you can switch to Fedora 13 with 2.30 version, then it'll be also better.
Ok, I'll try Fedora 13 in 2 weeks.
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