But, right before the villagers (a.k.a ubuntu users) are about to smash their dysfunctional usb equipment and stone the dysfunctional usb equipment vendor, there is a sudden turn in the scenario. IE: farechase.yahoo.com, or kohanaphp.com. But I am already using Ubuntu raring and libcairo2 and libcairo-gobject2 are already in their newest version i.e. 1.12.14. So it may have been either the fbautostart program, the Fluxbox style I was using (tron_blue), or both that caused the high CPU usage. this contact form
Dedoimedo will solve all your woes. Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote on 2015-02-27: #13 Status changed to 'Confirmed' because the bug affects multiple users. Until today, no reproducing. Pothikan Suresh (pothikan-gmail) wrote on 2009-10-31: #84 Forgot to mention.
At first I thought it was because of pause audio, but after I changed my sound system to OSS4, problem still. Pirouette Cacahuète (lissyx) wrote on 2012-11-03: #4 Looks like the description matches my experience on ThinkPad T420s, with Intel card. visit http://www.kohanaphp.com/ Can someone verify my claim that a) it seems to be network/firefox related, and b) that www.kohanaphp.com causes their system to become unresponsive? Xorg 100 Cpu Nvidia Note, that I had only switched to ALT + F1, I had not logged in yet.
any ideas would be appreciated attached is a version of the error described above. I could not find any strange message in the log files of xorg, none infinite loop, nothing... so, manual configure seems helpful. I made all the diagnostics to check if it is not a hardware problem - apparently it is not.
Shortly thereafter, Conky was showing an unusually high CPU usage for X. Ubuntu 14.04 High Cpu Usage Thanks to the reporter for this workaround solution. Just to make sure, I reconnected the usb tv tuner and the error messages came up, and again Xorg started gorging memory like an SUV filling up at a gas station. Total usage was about 66 % .
Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments BootDmesg.txt (edit) BootLog.txt (edit) CurrentDmesg.txt (edit) Dependencies.txt (edit) DpkgLog.txt (edit) GconfCompiz.txt (edit) LightdmDisplayLog.txt (edit) LightdmGreeterLog.txt (edit) LightdmGreeterLogOld.txt (edit) LightdmLog.txt (edit) Debugging X.org gave me a loop inside the nvidia_drv module. Xorg High Cpu Ubuntu Xorg, firefox and compiz are all using more cpu than they should when completely idle. Ubuntu 16.04 Xorg High Cpu nvidia-beta solved the problem.
I would be happy if at least somebody suggests how to track the problem. weblink To test if this is the case, execute the following command $ killall vino-serverIf X CPU usage drops to about 10% or less then you found the problem. share|improve this answer edited Aug 24 '12 at 3:31 Eliah Kagan 58k17165259 answered Dec 16 '11 at 14:40 Ian Wood 111 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I have This is not a single specific bug but rather is a generic symptom that can be caused by a wide variety of different underlying problems. Xorg High Cpu Nvidia
I waited for the "low graphics mode" prompt and clicked "exit to console login". Since, you've noticed sluggish behavior, slow windows switching response, high spikes of CPU when doing even basic things, CPU going up to 50% when opening the Dash, and other things that Combined, the two changes restore the expected behavior from the system. navigate here LinuxKrn (bugs-linuxlogin) wrote on 2008-12-11: #29 Yes, that would be a possible solution.
Basis that generates a topology for a connected topological space Why is the first book of the Silo series called Wool? Ubuntu Restart Xorg share|improve this answer answered Sep 22 '11 at 12:57 Martin Owens -doctormo- 16k34395 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using None, the status of the bug is updated manually.
On resuming from sleep. It's been happening since upgrading to 12.10. lsb_release -rd Description: Ubuntu karmic (development branch) Release: 9.10 New Kernel. Ubuntu 16.04 Compiz High Cpu Searching for these errors also turns up ATI and Intel problems with very similar issues.
In gnome-terminal, this has the effect of feeling like you're over a cellular modem, even on a local terminal. I'm going to assume that rendering low graphics mode on the CPU caused this problem. So you should try this and see if it helps. his comment is here The best thing is to compare your current experience with previous incarnations of Ubuntu, say like the previous LTS release.
Chris Wilson (ickle) wrote on 2013-07-11: #22 I wouldn't say that was a particularly high Xorg CPU usage - all we see from X there is that is spending most of Browse other questions tagged 11.04 compiz xorg cpu-load fglrx or ask your own question. It got stuck about half way. FAQ Forum Quick Links Unanswered Posts New Posts View Forum Leaders FAQ Contact an Admin Forum Community Forum Council FC Agenda Forum Governance Forum Staff Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct Forum
They crawled in periods, could not figure out why. Jason Slagle (jslagle) wrote on 2012-12-01: #9 Indeed.