I have been using the 'much loved' Mc Afee for a couple of years now as I have never experienced the problems others have described. I have had this subscription for about half a year and it has been fine, then randomly it has started constantly 'Checking for Updates' and running a full computer scan hogging all my CPU.
It completely ignores any sort of schedule and the updates continue even if I turn them off.
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3) When I enter the while look I am constantly editting the file, so anytime I try to cat or vim the file, it is incomplete!
Ideally I open the file and I can see the file in its entirety and see it update. You don't need to use somefile.close() the with statements does that for you once it goes out of scope.
Now, today, I opened it up again and it started downloading the same update all over again. Note: some methods might not work for all devices, it all depends on your client.You should open the file before the loop since every time you are opening again ( causing coutless systemcall and therefore slowing it down).What kind of data are you working on strings or raw bytes? from time import sleep fruits = dict(apple=1, banana=2, orange=3) with open('fruits.txt', 'w ', buffering=1) as f: for _ in range(20): for fruit, count in fruits.items(): f.write(': \n'.format(fruit, count)) f.seek(0) for line in f: line = line.strip().split(':') line = int(line) 1 fruits.update((line,)) f.seek(0) sleep(1) Your best option is to read in the file and parse the number of fruits into variables.In addition, calling a script every 3 seconds would be pretty tolling on my server, especially if many people are on the same page.I was looking around for something like a push notification for PHP.