Re: Weird behaviour - resize of konsoles has 2s delay
Alle martedì 25 agosto 2009, jedd ha scritto:
> Hi Valerio,
> Thanks for your suggestion, and your xorg device section.
> I copied that into my xorg, replacing my existing sections for
> my two 8600's.
> It just took 8 seconds to resize an empty (apart from a prompt)
> konsole that occupied a third of the screen.
> That is, I click and hold the top edge, and move the mouse up or
> down, and then wait.
> 8 seconds! Hot dang!
> I've counted up to 11 seconds in some cases, but it usually
> hovers around the 3-6 second mark.
> I'm not convinced it's a KDE 4 problem, but it doesn't seem like an
> X problem simply because it is affecting konsole and, seemingly,
> nothing else. I think I saw a bit of tardy response from okular,
> but that hasn't been repeatable. It doesn't appear to be text-
> based, as this email window (kmail) can resize very quickly.
> Ditto other applications I use (OOo, quanta, konq, iceweasel,
> amarok) -- all of them tend to be text-heavy.
> I modified my konsole settings - for several years I've used the
> dark/transparent background - but I went back to something
> more conservative just on the off-chance. No change.
> I made the changes that thread you posted suggested - these
> were nvidia-settings from a user-level account - and again, no
> Remember, I'm on a quad-core box, 2GB ram, very little happening
> on the CPU front (trickling along at 8% on average), and one monitor.
> 7 seconds - consistently! - just to resize one type of application
> is a particularly curious little bug.
> Hence I was interested if anyone else around these parts is seeing
> anything similar. It's looking like I might be on my own, though.
Sorry for replying just now, I've been away. Have you the same problem on both
your PCs? Have you tried to login with a fresh account just to check that this
is not a problem related to configuration? My PC has half the power
of your and it's always smooth so your problem is really weird ;).
Other things I suggest to check are:
Compositing type: OpenGL
Mark Enable Direct Rendering
Unmark Use Vsync
OpenGL mode Texture from pixmaps
Let me know your progresses