Major problem with Oneiric 11.10 freezing
blchupin at iinet.net.au
Tue Feb 14 06:43:08 UTC 2012
On 14/02/12 17:03, Tom Bell wrote:
> On 02/13/2012 11:02 PM, Basil Chupin wrote:
>> /* snip */
>>> ext4 is more solid than ext3. Stay with ext4 - it's not your problem.
>>> I go back t what I said before: what are those processes which have
>>> a (-)20 NI?
>>> Each one has a PID so you can go and see what exactly that process
>>> is all about.
>>> In a console/terminal, as root (ie sudo ......) type 'ps aux' which
>>> will list all your running processes owned by everyone on the system.
>>> Get the PID from the lists you produced which are on picpaste then
>>> find them on this list of ps aux and see what they are.
>> Ummm, a slight correction here :-) .
>> You will need to regenerate the list(s) on picpaste to see the latest
>> PID numbers for your currently running system - then use ps aux and
>> see what they are.
> I see.
> I did try iotop and did not see a whole lot, but, after looking at the
> options for iotop,
> I tried "iotop -oa" and got a different picture. See pictures below.
> These photos show firefox and jdb2/sda1-8 hogging the cpus big time.
> It is not just firefox, although firefox was in this particular example.
> Just about all the programs I have run have suffered the same problem.
> And it is quite often intermittent.
> Thank you!
Something totally not right here.....
To begin, how can you have 2 copies of Firefox running by "tommy"?
From my experience, Firefox will not run for a user if it is already
running for that user - in this case "tommy".
A question: if you had already mentioned it I have forgotten already :-(
but which version of Kubuntu are you running, which version of KDE, and
which version of Firefox?
And what is that PID, called jdb2/sda1-8, which is taking up most of the
cpu? It is owned by root. So what is root doing with this jdb2-thingie?
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