Am Wednesday 06 April 2011 schrieb Martin Steigerwald: > Am Tuesday 05 April 2011 schrieb George Kiagiadakis: > > On Sat, Apr 2, 2011 at 10:57 PM, Sandro Weiser <firstname.lastname@example.org> [...] > > > I have 2 kded4 processes after starting kde: > > > > > > user 13274 79.5 0.8 691152 50216 ? Sl 15:58 278:58 > > > kdeinit4: kded4 [kdeinit] > > > > > > > > > user 23195 0.1 0.7 618484 43224 ? Sl 21:30 0:01 > > > kdeinit4: kded4 [kdeinit] > > > > > > one is always at nearly 100% cpu. I've to kill it with -9. > > > > > > Any hints what's wrong and what can I do against this issue? > > > > > > Sandro > > > > I bet the first one that is eating the cpu was from a previous > > session of KDE. You didn't boot directly into that KDE session, but > > you logged out and in again, right? If this is the case, I just > > reproduced it and I have already found the cause, but it's pretty > > difficult to find a solution. [...] > > we are all experiencing, next time this happens please do the > > following: > > > > 1) Install gdb, libqt4-dbg and kdelibs5-dbg > > 2) Find the PID of the kded4 instance that eats CPU (for example, in > > the above output it's 13274) > > 3) Run "gdb --pid 13274" (where 13274 is the PID you found) > > 4) In the gdb command line run "thread apply all bt" and send me the > > output. > > Now I got it. I reported a debian bug about it, to have it properly > tracked. > > kdelibs-bin: on logging out and in again kded4 (often?) loops on the > CPU http://bugs.debian.org/621358 -- Martin 'Helios' Steigerwald - http://www.Lichtvoll.de GPG: 03B0 0D6C 0040 0710 4AFA B82F 991B EAAC A599 84C7
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