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As I watch my Chrome, Gmail loads fine, CPU usage almost 0%. I haven't found an test page that triggers the behaviour. I would really like to figure out that cause of this behaviour because its seriously damaging Chrome's usefulness. Brendan_P (brendan-p) wrote on 2009-04-27: #70 AMD 64bit, ATI X700 (open source driver) running fresh Jaunty install. http://qaisoftware.com/high-cpu/wmp-high-cpu-usage.html

Even the terminal I opened wasn't actually visible.. Comment 46 Deleted Comment 47 by [email protected], Nov 23 2010 Processing I experience the same problem with 9.0.589.0 (66583) Ubuntu 10.04. When there is anybody on the still supported Ubuntu versions(11.04,11.10 and 12.04) please reopen ( or may be thing over a system upgrade). Remember, your high CPU is probably NOT caused by X, so figure out which application is driving X, and file a new bug against THAT package. [Original Report] After the recent

Since I am behind a corporate firewall, chat is disabled by our network administrator. James? Andrioid (andri80) wrote on 2010-05-01: #18 Running 64-bit Lucid on i5-750 - Qt creator becomes 'defunct' and stalls for a while. "Indexing the help" doesn't really resolve this, as this doesn't

Screenshot of CPU graph attached. Running Intel Core 2 Quad x64 ubuntu precise 12.04 Dell OptiPlex 760 nvidia graphics driver UPDATE: Unfortunately I uninstalled Ubuntu... I 've created Xorg config manualy using $sudo Xorg -configure. How can I develop good software, when the development tools are already so obviously broken? -- Qt Creator high CPU usage https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/459752 You received this bug notification because you are a

It happens when I leave Calendar running for a while. Martin Stiborsk├Ż (martin-stiborsky-gmail) wrote on 2010-06-12: #28 After few minutes is all ok. Um, no… After some further reading I found a quirky, but totally working fix workaround: - Create a new virtual machine, call it "Dummy" or something - Assign it as little Comment 62 by [email protected], Jul 18 2011 Processing The behavior I see nowadays is that any tab can go 'out of control' and pin the CPU usage in Chrome's task manager

Adv Reply June 8th, 2010 #5 Tiwazz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Dec 2009 Beans 4 Re: Very high CPU usage Ubuntu At that point the CPU usage shoots up 100%. Will try to disable Gears and see if it makes a difference. I don't *really* need the offline storage.

  • It's actually Xorg that's flogging the processor, which means this is not a GMail/GReader bug - it must be a bug in the Chromium renderer that's (warning: speculation!) hard looping a
  • Thanks Comment 8 by [email protected], Oct 6 2009 Processing For me, it's always the Gmail and GReader tabs - never Flash itself and offline is disabled.
  • CPU is now more calm unlike before that it sounded very noisy and it produced a high amount of heat.
  • I solved this by re-generating an /etc/X11/xorg.conf with sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg My old xorg.conf was configured to work with DUAL screen see my conf here: http://21croissants.blogspot.com/2008/10/ubuntu-804-xorgconf-for-samsung.html I guess I'll have
  • Not the answer you're looking for?
  • very quickly the CPU consumption grows insane and the browser becomes not responsive.
  • Using gpodder.
  • By closing the offending page, then reopening it and it ending up in a different process, you can see in the Chrome task manager that it is now alone in consuming
  • I will be REALLY bummed-out if I have to stop using gmail, as I use it for work and personal emails.
  • It might be more useful to get full debug information out of X by following the guide above.

It's a very strange symptom though. read the full info here To fix this you can grab yourself a copy of of HALu and change your XP CPU setup from ACPI Multiprocessor PC to ACPI Uniprocessor PC. need to close the open tabs and reopen. I have Nvidia graphic card with the newest driver 185.18.36.

Which I think beats running another VBOX. check my blog If I try to click a link in any tab at this point, that will usually freeze the tab up so it will not scroll and the link will never load, Windows Task Manager shows Chrome using 49% CPU (essentially one core), but the Chrome Task Manager only shows a few percent total (one entry at 1-2%, the rest at 0%). About problems due to upgrading.

However closing the Chrome from Windows happens without any wait or delays. Comment 69 by [email protected], Sep 13 2011 Processing Seems to be related to Javascript. Uwe Lippmann (uwe-lippmann) wrote on 2009-12-06: #6 I can confirm: After letting it run a few minutes the CPU usage drops back to normal level. (Running under GNOME on Ubuntu 9.10 this content The same when quit program.

others possibly having the same issues: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=966629 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=967839 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=970714 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=965897 See original description Add tags Tag help waydownsouth (greasemonkeynz) on 2008-11-07 description: updated Bryce Harrington (bryce) wrote on 2008-11-07: Re: xorg Browse other questions tagged compiz cpu-load multi-core or ask your own question. Diego Fraga (diego-fc) wrote on 2008-11-16: #13 As I said in other bugtrack, i have the same issue.

It has persisted through 2 Chrome upgrades although I fear it may be getting worse (or perhaps I'm getting impatient).

Adv Reply June 8th, 2010 #4 m÷rgŠs View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Staff Emeritus Join Date Oct 2009 Location ReykjavÝk, ═sland Beans 11,815 DistroLubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus Re: Pothikan Suresh (pothikan-gmail) wrote on 2009-10-31: #84 Forgot to mention. I now can load that website in fraction of a second. Mike Durham (mdurhamesq) wrote on 2010-04-25: #14 How can a serious and annoying bug like this, reported on 2009-10-24, have an 'Importance' of 'undecided'?

Has power been stripped away from the US Constitution, during the Obama Administration? hit the fan. Googling about similar simptoms brought me to this bug and after various inconclusive attempts to cure the misbehaviour I gave the command killall vino-server and oh miracle the load immediately dropped have a peek at these guys Comment 19 by [email protected], Nov 23 2009 Processing using Chrome 4.249.4, the 100% still there.

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Just great... Michael Nagel (nailor) wrote on 2009-12-13: #85 i am running karmic + radeon graphics card. Pete Stucke (pstucke) wrote on 2009-04-17: #69 Can anyone knowledgeable on the subject explain to me why vino-server is suddenly enabled on so many machines? My only guess is compiz - how does it work, if you disable that?

Debian Bug tracker #572493 URL: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. Comment 49 by [email protected], Nov 28 2010 Processing This appears to be resolved for me in 9.0.593.0 (67207) Comment 50 by [email protected], Nov 29 2010 Processing 9.0.595 seems to be ok Using End process on the tab group still worked afterward though. With Gmail alone I can solve it by going back to basic HTML -- System is normal.

Affecting: qtcreator (Ubuntu) Filed here by: Kayra Akman When: 2009-10-24 Confirmed: 2009-11-04 Started work: 2012-06-14 Completed: 2012-06-14 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu With that in place, CPU usage for your linux host drops down a little further, and doesn't ramp back up too far under minimal guest load. Reply Ad says: February 1, 2012 at 4:47 am Great tip. I opened a term via a shortcut on my gnome-panel and executed mplayer and the music started while the screen remained "frozen".

I know it sounds crazy, but I'm having this same issue, and this pretty much always reproduces it. It is not present in a fresh ubuntu installation.