[xubuntu-users] magic processes
cody.smith at ubuntu.com
Wed Jul 11 22:10:03 UTC 2018
Most of those processes systemd will auto respawn them, Gvfs will
automatically restarted by most desktops, so it's not surprising they don't
On Wed, Jul 11, 2018, 3:08 PM Cody Smith <cody.smith at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Those are important processes,
> Gvfs is a filesystem mounting daemon from Gnome, initctl is part of
> systemd, sleep is what I'm guessing is responsible for the pc sleeping
> (could be wrong on that one), so don't go randomly killing processes unless
> you are sure there is a misbehaving process, you could really mess up a
> On Wed, Jul 11, 2018, 9:14 AM lefty <leftystrat1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I may have sent this before my subscription was processed. If it already
>> appeared, I apologize.
>> Processes keep appearing, eating up to 40% of my cpu. They show up in
>> /tmp. I have absolutely no idea what starts them. They tend to cycle
>> among sleep, gvsfd, initctl and a few others. I kill them and another
>> one starts minutes later. I've checked logs, the web, and user groups,
>> to no avail.
>> 18.04, 8g RAM, i7-2670QM cpu @ 2.20 GHz, laptop
>> Began a few months ago.
>> Assistance appreciated.
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