Brice Goglin a écrit :
In fact i don't know, when it happens I've generally to kill Xorg (If I could) or restart the computer, so?severity 429569 important reassign 429569 xserver-xorg-core thank you Le Gluon du Net wrote:Severity: critical Justification: breaks the whole systemActually, this kind of problem is important or normal.
I put my password to return to my desktop and I could see "Xorg 50%" on my cpu applet but the computer isn't swapping.desktop, xorg consumes 50% or more of the cpu!!! I could move the mouse and the applications are not freeze, but I can't do anything other than ctr/alt/f1 or delDo you see an increased memory usage? Is the computer swapping or so?
In first I used the random screensaver. Then I tried the "blank screensaver" only, but always the same problem.to kill the Xorg processus. If I would like to start an application or deploy a menu, I have to restart the computer. I'm using kde desktop and I'm using the random screensaver functionnality. I've xcreensaver installed.Could you try to locate whether the type of screensaver has an impact? For instance, does a plain black screensaver do the same? What about 3D/OpenGL?
I switch back to NV since I have this problem. I'll launch this script next time I have this problem (tomorrow sure!!!).I'have a nvidia card. I could use nv ou nvidia driver, the result is the same.Please switch back to the nv driver and send the whole output of /usr/share/bug/xserver-xorg/script 3>&1 (it should have been automatically included by the reportbug tool). Doing this right after the problem occured and before restarting a new X session would be the best (in case smething appears in Xorg.0.log).