First of all, I'm very pleased to see the support of Linux, many thanks to all of who made this possible 🙂
I'm also glad to be part of those who help making it better, so here is my point:
Once launched and then closed, the process is still "running" as shown by the tray icon.
Then, I use htop to see resource consumption as my computer is doing nothing, the top 3 processes are '/opt/1Password/1password' (respective CPU usage: ~7%, ~4%, ~3%), the two lasts are children of the first one
My expectation is that when no graphical user interface is active, then the CPU consumption must be close to 0%
Here is my config:
1Password 0.8.4 installed via dnf
Fedora Workstation 31
GNOME 3.34.7 / X11
Intel open source graphic driver / NVidia Driver 440.100 for offloading 3D graphics
Linux Kernel 220.127.116.11
Hope it helps!
1Password Version: 0.8.4 (Linux Development Preview)
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Linux 5.7.11 / Fedora Workstation 31 / GNOME / X11
Sync Type: Not Provided