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Thunderbird 102 sporadically high processor use, consumes tons of power on idle. Calendar activity in CalDavSession.jsm

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Thunderbird 115.0 (though also happened on 102), M2 macbook pro; OS up to date.

On AC & battery, thunderbird uses up huge amounts of power sporadically in its background activity, taking up ~50-80% of processor power & hundreds of gb virtual memory (see activity monitor screenshot attached). Computer gets pretty hot to touch with thunderbird on, which I don't see with other apps. Troubleshooting info below.

This has been happening for several months now, since I switched to thunderbird & was hoping it would resolve at 115. I can't find any correlation with other usage patterns of the computer (ie I dont think it's correlated with idle usage, but not willing to stage reputation on that).

Thanks so much for any help!


 Application Basics
   Name: Thunderbird
   Version: 115.0
   Build ID: 20230711125218
   Distribution ID:
   Update Channel: release
   User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.15; rv:115.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/115.0
   OS: Darwin 22.5.0 Darwin Kernel Version 22.5.0: Thu Jun  8 22:21:34 PDT 2023; root:xnu-8796.121.3~7/RELEASE_ARM64_T8112
   OS Theme:
   Rosetta Translated: false
   Multiprocess Windows: 0/0
   Fission Windows: 0/0
             Enabled by default
   Remote Processes: 0
   Enterprise Policies: Inactive
   Google Location Service Key: Missing
   Google Safebrowsing Key: Missing
   Mozilla Location Service Key: Missing
   Safe Mode: false
   Memory Size (RAM): 8.0 GB
   Disk Space Available: 18.0 GB
 Mail and News Accounts
   account1:
     INCOMING: account1, , (imap) imap.gmail.com:993, 3, OAuth2
     OUTGOING: , smtp.gmail.com:465, 3, OAuth2, true
   account2:
     INCOMING: account2, , (none) Local Folders, 0, passwordCleartext
   account3:
     INCOMING: account3, , (imap) imap.gmail.com:993, 3, OAuth2
     OUTGOING: , smtp.gmail.com:465, 3, OAuth2, true
 Libraries
     Library
     Status
     Expected minimum version
     Version in use
     Path
     RNP (OpenPGP)
     OK
     0.17.0
     0.17.0.MZLA.115.0
     /Applications/Thunderbird.app/Contents/MacOS/librnp.dylib
 Calendar Settings
     Research Presentations
       Name
       Value
       Name:
       Type: caldav
       Disabled:
       Username:
       URI:
       Refresh Interval:
       Read-only: false
       Suppress Alarms:
       Cache Enabled:
       iMIP Identity: id1
       iMIP Disabled:
       iMIP Account:
       Organizer Id:
       Force Email Scheduling:
       Popup Alarms Supported:
       Alarms on Invitation Supported:
       Max Alarms Per Event:
       Attachment Supported:
       Max Categories:
       Privacy State Supported:
       Priority Supported:
       Event Supported: true
       Task Supported: false
       Local Time Supported:
       UTC/GMT Supported:
       Auto-Scheduling Supported: true
     Personal
       Name
       Value
       Name:
       Type: caldav
       Disabled:
       Username:
       URI:
       Refresh Interval:
       Read-only: false
       Suppress Alarms:
       Cache Enabled:
       iMIP Identity: id1
       iMIP Disabled:
       iMIP Account:
       Organizer Id:
       Force Email Scheduling:
       Popup Alarms Supported:
       Alarms on Invitation Supported:
       Max Alarms Per Event:
       Attachment Supported:
       Max Categories:
       Privacy State Supported:
       Priority Supported:
       Event Supported: true
       Task Supported: false
       Local Time Supported:
       UTC/GMT Supported:
       Auto-Scheduling Supported: true
     Deneb Blue
       Name
       Value
       Name:
       Type: caldav
       Disabled:
       Username:
       URI:
       Refresh Interval:
       Read-only: false
       Suppress Alarms:
       Cache Enabled:
       iMIP Identity: id1
       iMIP Disabled:
       iMIP Account:
       Organizer Id:
       Force Email Scheduling:
       Popup Alarms Supported:
       Alarms on Invitation Supported:
       Max Alarms Per Event:
       Attachment Supported:
       Max Categories:
       Privacy State Supported:
       Priority Supported:
       Event Supported: true
       Task Supported: false
       Local Time Supported:
       UTC/GMT Supported:
       Auto-Scheduling Supported: true
     Classes
       Name
       Value
       Name:
       Type: caldav
       Disabled:
       Username:
       URI:
       Refresh Interval:
       Read-only: false
       Suppress Alarms:
       Cache Enabled:
       iMIP Identity: id1
       iMIP Disabled:
       iMIP Account:
       Organizer Id:
       Force Email Scheduling:
       Popup Alarms Supported:
       Alarms on Invitation Supported:
       Max Alarms Per Event:
       Attachment Supported:
       Max Categories:
       Privacy State Supported:
       Priority Supported:
       Event Supported: true
       Task Supported: false
       Local Time Supported:
       UTC/GMT Supported:
       Auto-Scheduling Supported: true
     A1R Confocal
       Name
       Value
       Name:
       Type: caldav
       Disabled:
       Username:
       URI:
       Refresh Interval:
       Read-only: false
       Suppress Alarms:
       Cache Enabled:
       iMIP Identity: id1
       iMIP Disabled:
       iMIP Account:
       Organizer Id:
       Force Email Scheduling:
       Popup Alarms Supported:
       Alarms on Invitation Supported:
       Max Alarms Per Event:
       Attachment Supported:
       Max Categories:
       Privacy State Supported:
       Priority Supported:
       Event Supported: true
       Task Supported: false
       Local Time Supported:
       UTC/GMT Supported:
       Auto-Scheduling Supported: true
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Thunderbird 115.0 (though also happened on 102), M2 macbook pro; OS up to date. On AC & battery, thunderbird uses up huge amounts of power sporadically in its background activity, taking up ~50-80% of processor power & hundreds of gb virtual memory (see activity monitor screenshot attached). Computer gets pretty hot to touch with thunderbird on, which I don't see with other apps. Troubleshooting info below. This has been happening for several months now, since I switched to thunderbird & was hoping it would resolve at 115. I can't find any correlation with other usage patterns of the computer (ie I dont think it's correlated with idle usage, but not willing to stage reputation on that). Thanks so much for any help! Application Basics Name: Thunderbird Version: 115.0 Build ID: 20230711125218 Distribution ID: Update Channel: release User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.15; rv:115.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/115.0 OS: Darwin 22.5.0 Darwin Kernel Version 22.5.0: Thu Jun 8 22:21:34 PDT 2023; root:xnu-8796.121.3~7/RELEASE_ARM64_T8112 OS Theme: Rosetta Translated: false Multiprocess Windows: 0/0 Fission Windows: 0/0 Enabled by default Remote Processes: 0 Enterprise Policies: Inactive Google Location Service Key: Missing Google Safebrowsing Key: Missing Mozilla Location Service Key: Missing Safe Mode: false Memory Size (RAM): 8.0 GB Disk Space Available: 18.0 GB Mail and News Accounts account1: INCOMING: account1, , (imap) imap.gmail.com:993, 3, OAuth2 OUTGOING: , smtp.gmail.com:465, 3, OAuth2, true account2: INCOMING: account2, , (none) Local Folders, 0, passwordCleartext account3: INCOMING: account3, , (imap) imap.gmail.com:993, 3, OAuth2 OUTGOING: , smtp.gmail.com:465, 3, OAuth2, true Libraries Library Status Expected minimum version Version in use Path RNP (OpenPGP) OK 0.17.0 0.17.0.MZLA.115.0 /Applications/Thunderbird.app/Contents/MacOS/librnp.dylib Calendar Settings Research Presentations Name Value Name: Type: caldav Disabled: Username: URI: Refresh Interval: Read-only: false Suppress Alarms: Cache Enabled: iMIP Identity: id1 iMIP Disabled: iMIP Account: Organizer Id: Force Email Scheduling: Popup Alarms Supported: Alarms on Invitation Supported: Max Alarms Per Event: Attachment Supported: Max Categories: Privacy State Supported: Priority Supported: Event Supported: true Task Supported: false Local Time Supported: UTC/GMT Supported: Auto-Scheduling Supported: true Personal Name Value Name: Type: caldav Disabled: Username: URI: Refresh Interval: Read-only: false Suppress Alarms: Cache Enabled: iMIP Identity: id1 iMIP Disabled: iMIP Account: Organizer Id: Force Email Scheduling: Popup Alarms Supported: Alarms on Invitation Supported: Max Alarms Per Event: Attachment Supported: Max Categories: Privacy State Supported: Priority Supported: Event Supported: true Task Supported: false Local Time Supported: UTC/GMT Supported: Auto-Scheduling Supported: true Deneb Blue Name Value Name: Type: caldav Disabled: Username: URI: Refresh Interval: Read-only: false Suppress Alarms: Cache Enabled: iMIP Identity: id1 iMIP Disabled: iMIP Account: Organizer Id: Force Email Scheduling: Popup Alarms Supported: Alarms on Invitation Supported: Max Alarms Per Event: Attachment Supported: Max Categories: Privacy State Supported: Priority Supported: Event Supported: true Task Supported: false Local Time Supported: UTC/GMT Supported: Auto-Scheduling Supported: true Classes Name Value Name: Type: caldav Disabled: Username: URI: Refresh Interval: Read-only: false Suppress Alarms: Cache Enabled: iMIP Identity: id1 iMIP Disabled: iMIP Account: Organizer Id: Force Email Scheduling: Popup Alarms Supported: Alarms on Invitation Supported: Max Alarms Per Event: Attachment Supported: Max Categories: Privacy State Supported: Priority Supported: Event Supported: true Task Supported: false Local Time Supported: UTC/GMT Supported: Auto-Scheduling Supported: true A1R Confocal Name Value Name: Type: caldav Disabled: Username: URI: Refresh Interval: Read-only: false Suppress Alarms: Cache Enabled: iMIP Identity: id1 iMIP Disabled: iMIP Account: Organizer Id: Force Email Scheduling: Popup Alarms Supported: Alarms on Invitation Supported: Max Alarms Per Event: Attachment Supported: Max Categories: Privacy State Supported: Priority Supported: Event Supported: true Task Supported: false Local Time Supported: UTC/GMT Supported: Auto-Scheduling Supported: true [trimmed]
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Изменено Wayne Mery

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You haven't posted this somewhere else, correct??

I've seen this two or three times in the past 5 months, also on mac, reported as https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1839256. Though so far unclear it is strictly Mac.

A profile from you using https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/profiling-thunderbird-performance will help

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Actually I also posted it on Reddit yesterday, I didn't realize that you also check there too. Summary of my troubleshooting so far was that it does also overheat/occur during troubleshooting mode, and I captured a profile that you can see at:

https://share.firefox.dev/3rpOdS2

Not sure if I'm imagining this, but the problem seems to stop sometimes when I open up Thunderbird. Again, not sure if that's true, but I have a vague feeling that it may happen more as a background process.

Thanks! Shivam

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Your issue also reported at https://www.reddit.com/r/Thunderbird/comments/14z04ky/thunderbird_115_insane_power_drawbattery_use/ is not the same as mine.

https://share.firefox.dev/3rpOdS2 points to calendar, with the majority of activity is in caldavsession and gc (memory garbage collection).

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I have updated the title to reflect the problem occurs in version 102.

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Thank you! Please let me know if there is additional info you need from me, happy to provide as needed. I can also switch to daily builds if there's an update shipped that you think may address this issue.

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Do you have any events or tasks that have are recurrring/repeats?

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I have some recurring events in the calendar, but they're all ~once per week and uncorrelated with the overheating/processor use. No tasks at all.

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Not sure if helpful, but I got a new m2 mac mini and I experienced a similar issue: https://share.firefox.dev/3K7sAMC

(see also CPU usage in attached image)

May be unsurprising because I cloned my macbook pro drive over to the new computer, but adding this just in case it helps at all.

Изменено Shivam Verma

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Not sure if helpful, but I got a new m2 mac mini and I experienced a similar issue: https://share.firefox.dev/3K7sAMC

May be unsurprising because I cloned my macbook pro drive over to the new computer, but adding this just in case it helps at all.

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Please post your results with 115.3.0 which will ship in several days.

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High processor use still occurs, pattern still seems similar: https://share.firefox.dev/3EUgOT2. Processor use hovering around ~125%

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Shivam Verma said

High processor use still occurs, pattern still seems similar: https://share.firefox.dev/3EUgOT2. Processor use hovering around ~125%

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