It appears, at least in my case, that this behaviour happens when I switch from accessing Radio's server from inside my LAN (on a 10.10.1.1 interface, physically seperate enet card) to accessing it on an external interface.
After upgrading to OS X Yosemite, you might find your system running rather slowly, even when there are no obvious reasons for it, such as a program you have open that is performing some computationally intensive task.
Upon investigating this, you might resort to opening Apple’s Activity Monitor program to see what is running in the background, and find a process called Folder Actions Dispatcher running and using between 80 to 100 percent of your CPU.
I have one script running that bangs on every few minutes, and checks for updated blogs on my favorites list.
When it's doing its thing, it crushes everything else OMM...
Exchange 2010 Enterprise Edition supports up to 100 databases.
The primary components of the Exchange store are mailbox databases and public folder databases.Exchange 2010 Enterprise Edition is designed for large enterprises.Exchange 2010 Standard Edition supports up to five databases.I'm asking review only to get attention, still we should take bug 430442 first Hate to rain on folks parades here, but we should really have a test land before this fix lands for deleting bookmarks so we can have automated coverage that ensures this doesn't break.UI tests aren't that hard to make (chrome test in this case is what you'd want), and the download manager has lots of samples you can copy code from.If this happens, then it is likely because at some point you or a program you installed set up folder actions on your Mac.