On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 9:33 PM, Jorge Fábregas <jorge.fabregas@gmail.com> wrote:
On 01/13/2014 04:10 PM, Lars Windolf wrote:
> There is no feature to do it. Still there is a GConf/DConf setting
> about the HTTP fetch threading that you could reduce:
>     gsettings set net.sf.liferea update-thread-concurrency 1
> Default value right now is 3 threads. With only 1 it should be
> certainly slower. Note though that if one request hangs all the
> others will too.

Thanks Lars!  I think that could help indeed ! However I can't find that
schema on GNOME 3.10 (Fedora 20).  And if I search within:


...I don't see any key called "udpate-thread-concurrency".  Is it
supposed to be there? I'm running an old version (1.8.14 from Fedora 19)
because of a bug on the recent stable where the feed dissapears when
there's only one unread item.  I'm waiting for 1.10.4.

From 1.8 to 1.10 the switch from GConf to DConf was performed.
So you need to check using GConf. The old schema path was /apps/liferea.
I'd suggest to use gconf-editor to change it.