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    Re: To Nautilus or not to Nautilus : Ain’t Nautilus too slow (Score: 1)
    by kyrre on Monday, November 12 @ 17:27:30 GMT

    racquel:~# memstat |grep nau

    43580k: PID 925 (/usr/bin/nautilus)

    43580k: PID 936 (/usr/bin/nautilus)

    43580k: PID 937 (/usr/bin/nautilus)

    43580k: PID 938 (/usr/bin/nautilus)

    1504k: PID 940 (/usr/bin/nautilus-throbber)

    2840k: PID 948 (/usr/bin/nautilus-history-view)

    9708k: PID 950 (/usr/bin/nautilus-news)

    2368k: PID 952 (/usr/bin/nautilus-notes)

    43580k: PID 953 (/usr/bin/nautilus)

    9708k: PID 1052 (/usr/bin/nautilus-news)

    9708k: PID 1053 (/usr/bin/nautilus-news)

    9708k: PID 1054 (/usr/bin/nautilus-news)

    9708k: PID 1370 (/usr/bin/nautilus-news)

    544k: /usr/bin/nautilus 925 936 937 938 953

    12k: /usr/bin/nautilus-history-view 948

    36k: /usr/bin/nautilus-news 950 1052 1053 1054 1370

    12k: /usr/bin/nautilus-notes 952

    16k: /usr/bin/nautilus-throbber 940

    8k: /usr/lib/libnautilus-adapter.so.0.0.0 925 936 937 938 953

    664k: /usr/lib/libnautilus-private.so.0.0.0 925 936 937 938 940 946 948 …

    60k: /usr/lib/libnautilus-tree-view.so.0.0.0 925 936 937 938 953

    76k: /usr/lib/libnautilus.so.0.0.0 925 936 937 938 940 946 948 950 952 …

    racquel:~#

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