CPU usage update-notifier

Jochen Skulj jochen at jochenskulj.de
Wed Mar 1 06:04:59 UTC 2006


Recently I noticed that my cpu fan is heavily working although I am only
 browsing the web or editing a file with gedit. Invoking top discovers
that the update-notifier uses between 20% and 40% percent of my cpu.
After I killed this process my machine behaves normally again.

By searching Google I found a bug report for Dapper that sounds quite
similar to me [1]. But I still run Breezy, not Dapper (update-notifier
0.40.15).

Has anyone noticed the same problem? Do you think this is a bug or just
a configuration problem? Is there anything I can do besides killing
processes or disabling the update-notifier?

Thanks, Jochen

[1] https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/update-notifier/+bug/5612
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