Re: Running GNOME in jhbuild session eat all CPU

Try killing gnome-screensaver (or reverting back to an older release),
this solved it for me.


On Sat, 2009-01-24 at 14:06 +0100, Luca Ferretti wrote:
> Sorry to write here, but I've no idea how to investigate this issue that
> only recently is happening in my jhbuild session.
> I've GNOME trunk installed with jhbuild under /opt/gnome2. When I log in
> using the jhbuild session, the CPU average load is 98%, or better, the X
> process uses for itself 98% CPU ; when I log in using the "distro"
> session (ubuntu 8.10), everything goes fine (typical X process CPU usage
> should be lower than 15%).
> I've also tried logging in using the "vendor" session, start Xephir
> as :1 and run `jhbuild shell && DISPLAY=:1 gnome-session`. The result is
> the same: the Xephyt process CPU usage is 98%.
> Now, someone has the same issue? And how can I try to investigate it?
> The only evidence that something is going wrong is the X process CPU
> usage :-|
> Cheers, Luca.
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