Manuel Lemos - 2012-07-29 00:33:00 - In reply to message 3 from Colin R. Fraser
I just realized that Chrome was filling its disk space with cached data.
I have Chrome configuration in a 400MB TrueCrypt file system to easily move it around between machines. When that file system is full, it is not able to write tab information. That explains the problem.
I just emptyed the cache and lots of space were freed.
There seems to be now way to limit the cache disk space in Chrome like there is in Firefox.
Colin R. Fraser - 2012-08-07 16:10:51 - In reply to message 8 from Manuel Lemos
Manuel, it's simple. If you're starting Chrome by clicking on a desktop icon just right-click on it and select 'properties'. One of the tabs will have a command field with something like 'opt/google/chrome/google-chrome %U' in it. Just edit this to include the command line switches. It's similar if you're starting it from a taskbar launcher icon.
It gets only slightly more complicated if you're starting it from the menu. Somewhere among all the menu items you'll find one like 'main menu' (the menu editor) in this applciation just find the chrome entry and edit it as above.