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How can I interrupt feed update when it's stuck (without restarting emacs)? #33
When I update my feeds, the updating sometimes gets stuck (nothing happens after a while, and the status text remains at "89 feeds pending, 1 in process ...").
I've tried doing C-g, q, or killing the buffer, but I found the only way to quit the update process is to restart emacs. Is there a better way?
As a follow-up, I built in gnutls support to increase the number of feeds fetched in parallel to 4, so now it gets down to the message "0 feeds pending, 1 in process ...".
I don't know how to find out which feed is the problem. If it helps, I'm also seeing a couple messages like this:
so this might explain why updating gets stuck.
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Jun 29, 2014
You've got the right idea: fetching feeds in parallel generally resolves
As a short-term solution I just added an elfeed-unjam command. It will
When it completely locks up it's usually a DNS issue. Currently Emacs
You should be able to use C-g to break out, though in my experience it
Christopher, thanks for your reply. Should using emacs from within Linux
I have just setup emacs, compiling from source in Lubuntu. The fonts,
NOte: As such, it does seem to make a difference. I tried to load an
On Wednesday 09 March 2016 08:18 PM, Christopher Wellons wrote: