Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. What is the current behavior? When Jest is ran on watch mode and notify option is turned on and there are failing tests, MacOS' usernoted process consumes too much RAM.
usernoted process keeps crashing
I saw that there has been the memory issue on terminal-notifier but since this is a different process I am posting it as a separate issue. This one is new for me, haven't seen or heard about it before. Seems like it's an issue with underlying process in macOS. Might be triggered by some error in terminal-notifier, but I'm not sure.
I cannot reproduce either. And I doubt it's Jest's fault either way. Happy to reopen if proven wrong! I have the same issue with jest Experiencing this on a brand new macOS High Sierra I had to force quit usernoted. Pore over this screenshot!
- Common Mac OS X Problems and Solutions - TeckLyfe;
- Modify notification center preferences, widgets, etc from the command line;
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Aren't the numbers beautiful? SimenB I disagree with closing this bug report, even if it's an issue with any of the dependencies used. Also seeing this with jest Unlike OP, I'm running --watch but not --notify.
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Jest team: any idea which dep you're using might hook into usernoted? Makes sense to think it could be whatever system notifications dep is used by --notify , but like I said I'm not even passing that flag. This could be a Jest issue if multiple instances of the system notifications dep are being created, or it could be downstream in that dep.
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