[Bug 109507] Re: xorg eat 100% of the CPU when I use superkaramba and lock my desktop for a while ([apport] Xorg crashed with signal 5)

replica9000 replica9000 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 5 04:36:50 UTC 2008


I also had this problem on my laptop, (Debian Sid) takes about an hour
of being idle before the cpu usage would get to the point where even
killing xorg would save me from a reboot.  Top would show that xorg was
using all the CPU usage, but found it was SuperKaramba causing the
problem.  Seems to happen when I use it to monitor my hard drive usage
and/or memory usage.  I made a work around for this problem by creating
a small script that would kill and restart SuperKaramba, and then using
KAlarm to run this script every 45 minutes.

The script:

#! /bin/bash

killall superkaramba
sleep 10s
superkaramba /home/replica/systeminfo.theme
 
I'm running the same OS on my desktop, and this problem doesn't happen there.

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xorg eat 100% of the CPU when I use superkaramba and lock my desktop for a while ([apport] Xorg crashed with signal 5)
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