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#801 2017-06-21 08:45:12

OdinEidolon
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Re: profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs and sync'ed

graysky wrote:

@OdinEidolon - Not sure... the oldest recovery snapshot should give the last-known-good profile.  I updated to 59 without issue hmm

I replaced "chromium" with all snapshots, but all present this problem. I suspect it might be chromium-related, and not PSD-related? Do you have any suggestion on what to look for?


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#802 2017-06-21 09:02:04

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Re: profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs and sync'ed

If you're rebuilding the profile,, keep psd out of the mix while you do it.  Get it setup the way you want and verify that it is working as expected.  Make a backup of it (tarball or whatever), and start psd.  Works as expected?


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#803 2017-06-21 14:41:29

OdinEidolon
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Re: profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs and sync'ed

graysky wrote:

If you're rebuilding the profile,, keep psd out of the mix while you do it.  Get it setup the way you want and verify that it is working as expected.  Make a backup of it (tarball or whatever), and start psd.  Works as expected?

Nope, I know I have to stop and restart PSD when I rename backups, I always do this. I am lost at this.
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#804 2017-06-21 14:55:54

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Re: profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs and sync'ed

I am saying to rebuild the profile with all extensions, bookmarks, etc.  verify it works, backup, then try it with psd.


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#805 2017-06-21 19:32:45

OdinEidolon
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Re: profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs and sync'ed

graysky wrote:

I am saying to rebuild the profile with all extensions, bookmarks, etc.  verify it works, backup, then try it with psd.

Ok so you mean redoing the profile from scratch. Ok, I'll experiment more and then eventually end up doing that, probably. Thanks in the meantime.


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#806 2017-08-28 09:43:07

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Re: profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs and sync'ed

Hey all,

I've been using psd for a while now, but I'm still having an issue I cannot solve on my own. Whenever psd is on, and a browser is opened (I tried Qupzilla, Firefox and Chomium), and the computer goes to sleep (suspend), then, on wake up, the browser has crashed.
Has anyone else experienced this kind of behaviour? I have tried both with and without overlayfs, with the same result. Note that if psd is not running, everything works fine.

Concerning usual outputs, the systemctl status is still nominal. A "psd p" just shows a lot of recovery folders (34 for Firefox, 3 for Qupzilla).

There is probably a more relevant output I could show you, but I don't know where to look exactly...

Thanks for your help :-)

Last edited by kihanos (2017-08-28 09:55:54)

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#807 2017-08-28 10:05:56

OdinEidolon
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Re: profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs and sync'ed

kihanos wrote:

Hey all,

I've been using psd for a while now, but I'm still having an issue I cannot solve on my own. Whenever psd is on, and a browser is opened (I tried Qupzilla, Firefox and Chomium), and the computer goes to sleep (suspend), then, on wake up, the browser has crashed.
Has anyone else experienced this kind of behaviour? I have tried both with and without overlayfs, with the same result. Note that if psd is not running, everything works fine.

Concerning usual outputs, the systemctl status is still nominal. A "psd p" just shows a lot of recovery folders (34 for Firefox, 3 for Qupzilla).

There is probably a more relevant output I could show you, but I don't know where to look exactly...

Thanks for your help :-)

Suspend works without a glitch for me. Firefox and chromium.


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#808 2017-09-08 00:01:08

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Re: profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs and sync'ed

Does psd have an option to never touch the physical disk ?

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#809 2017-09-09 19:25:38

Neven
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Re: profile-sync-daemon - keep browser profiles in tmpfs and sync'ed

buttcake wrote:

Does psd have an option to never touch the physical disk ?

Look here:
https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1733118

The second script there (called 'tb') does what you want (if I understood you correctly). And the other ones should also be useful for a Chrom{e,ium} user (there's a wrapper to open the bookmark manager and a script that sends Unix signals to root processes in a Chromium process tree, to kill it safely).

Last edited by Neven (2017-09-09 19:26:38)

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