void show_unmount_progress ( GMountOperation* self, gchar* message, gint64 time_left, gint64 bytes_left, gpointer user_data )
Emitted when an unmount operation has been busy for more than some time (typically 1.5 seconds).
When unmounting or ejecting a volume, the kernel might need to flush
pending data in its buffers to the volume stable storage, and this operation
can take a considerable amount of time. This signal may be emitted several
times as long as the unmount operation is outstanding, and then one
last time when the operation is completed, with
bytes_left set to zero.
Implementations of GMountOperation should handle this signal by
showing an UI notification, and then dismiss it, or show another notification
of completion, when
bytes_left reaches zero.
If the message contains a line break, the first line should be
presented as a heading. For example, it may be used as the
primary text in a
|Default handler: |
The default handler is called after the handlers added via
|Available since: 2.34|
String containing a message to display to the user.
The data is owned by the caller of the function. The value is a NUL terminated UTF-8 string.
The estimated time left before the operation completes, in microseconds, or -1
The amount of bytes to be written before the operation completes (or -1 if such amount is not known), or zero if the operation is completed.