100% CPU - kdeinit / klauncher
felix.seeger at gmx.de
Sat Aug 3 15:16:22 BST 2002
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You can try to look at the kde process table (Ctrl+Esc)
Than sort by CPU usage, you will see the process and the params.
If it is kio_thumbnail, you have the same problem like me.
Am Samstag, 3. August 2002 16:00 schrieb Brian T. Schellenberger:
> I recently installed KDE3 under FreeBSD.
> From time to time, my CPU usage shoots up to 100% and then when I do "top"
> to see who is using the CPU so much, it shows something like this:
> PID USERNAME PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE TIME WCPU CPU
> COMMAND 4926 bts 55 0 18180K 9972K RUN 456:51 93.41%
> 93.41% kdeinit 1811 bts 10 0 2332K 1568K nanslp 6:24
> 2.00% 2.00% xosview 1685 bts 2 0 86144K 82832K select
> 30:27 0.00% 0.00% XFree86
> (All the rest of the processes show as 0.00%, too.)
> At least this time, when I occured to me to try it, it turned out that
> process 4926 was a "klauncher" process.
> Is there anything I can do to prevent it from getting so greedy? Should I
> report this as a bug? I'm never quite sure of precisely what the cause is,
> which makes it awkward to report as a bug . . .
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