Re: header_cache broken in cvs
On Monday, 13 March 2006 at 12:26, Aron Griffis wrote:
> It's also observable that the cache is having no effect within
> a running instance of mutt. For example, changing to an alternate
> folder, then back to INBOX, shows that it has to refetch all the
> headers from the server.
> > Another thing to try is to use a directory for the cache instead of a
> > file. What's your architecture? Maybe a 32-bitism crept in when I
> > added a couple of extra fields to the cache...
> I'm running 32-bit kernel and userland on amd64.
> Now, the question is: Does this actually work properly for you?
Yes, of course. If I could reproduce the problem myself I wouldn't be
putting you through this. You might try using a directory as your
header cache. Please also send a -d2 trace of a session where the
header cache should be used, but isn't. There will be some clues in
there about why mutt is ignoring the cache. I suspect it's an issue
with UIDNEXT/UIDVALIDITY values.