show app icon in the title bar
rstmp at iinet.com.au
Tue Nov 1 12:04:47 CET 2005
On Mon, 31 Oct 2005 19:31, Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
> Olivier Fourdan wrote:
> > On Sun, 2005-10-30 at 17:51 -0800, Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
> >>I updated a few hours ago, and just a few minutes ago X started going to
> >>100% CPU usage. I started killing apps, but the one that dropped X back
> >>to normal levels was killing xfwm4. I had to kill -9, kill -15 wasn't
> >>working. AFAICT, updating xfwm4 is the only thing that changed.
> > Odd. Do you know what lead to that problem, the last few actions you
> > did, the applications running at the time, etc.
> It happened again a short while ago. I wasn't doing anything special,
> just hacking on something. I might have been switching between windows,
> or maybe workspaces. I'm not really sure.
> > Is is reproductible?
> Since I don't know what's trigerring it, not really.
> > If so, can you run gdb on the running prcess to see
> > where it's looping?
> I'll try next time, but it might not be feasible. The display became
> totally unusable, so I had to ssh from another machine, and even that
> took several minutes just to type out a kill command.
You may get a core file with "kill -11" as root, which could indicate where
the process was at when interrupted.
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