[Bug 481626] Re: devkit-disks-da, gvfs-gdu-volume and dbus-daemon have abnormally high CPU usage
jy.poilleux at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 08:48:34 UTC 2010
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 379780 ***
So I realized I forgot to give some info here.
I'm running Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala.
I've checked : the bug appears with kernel 2.6.31-9-rt and 2.6.31-19, the last generic kernel avaible to this date.
It appears with gnome and xfce.
I tried restarting udev but it didn't change anything.
I have'nt still tested all the solutions suggested in this thread yet.
I have a NTFS partition which is automatically mounted at startup. I suppressed the corresponding line in /etc/fstab but the problem still occured.
The only thing that worked was killing both devkit-disks-da and gvfs-
gdu-volume processes and restarting the computer. Once restarted a had a
low CPU usage when computer was not being used. But it worked only once
andI haven't been able to reproduce this ever since.
I agree with Lars Kruse (comment #15), I'm not sure that Bug #379780
(marked as a duplicate of this bug) is the same problem. This ones seems
to be caused by udev and doesn't have the same symptoms at all.
devkit-disks-da, gvfs-gdu-volume and dbus-daemon have abnormally high CPU usage
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