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I just upgraded to ODS 1.5.2 on my Leopard (OS X 10.5) system. When I launch this, I get a bunch of lsbom processes started on my system. I don't even need to start scanning a drive. This starts as soon as the app is launched.

Eventually all my user processes are used up and I get errors stating "No more processes." when trying to run simple commands like "ls" under Terminal. Once I quit ODS, all these processes go away.

Here's a sample of what I see in Terminal when running "ps auxw | grep swaltner"...

Code:
swaltner  2001   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  2000   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1999   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1998   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1997   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1996   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1995   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1994   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1993   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1992   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1991   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1990   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1989   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1988   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:31PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1987   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1986   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1985   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1984   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1983   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1982   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1981   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1980   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1979   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1978   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1977   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1973   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1972   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
swaltner  1971   0.0  0.0        0      0   ??  Z     2:30PM   0:00.00 (lsbom)
 
I've been talking with tech support at Omni Group and this looks like it's a bug in OS X that is triggered by corrupted .bom files in /Library/Receipts/. The developer thinks they can code around this in future releases of ODS. I've sent a copy of my Receipts folder to Omni Group so they have a copy of the .bom files that trigger this bug.

Steve
 
 


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