I'm still 'working' on the problem... Offline #7 2012-05-29 21:29:21 Miblo Member From: Manchester, UK Registered: 2010-07-05 Posts: 159 Website Re: [SOLVED] Strange Xorg high CPU usage hyperreal_logic wrote:…found that the Fluxbox style I was using was LinuxKrn (bugs-linuxlogin) wrote on 2008-12-11: #27 Mats, Yes it has been working great since the update. Opening programs can be at times quite slow, for instance, gedit can take 10+ seconds to open and load a txt file. his comment is here
Current stock version is 295, but AUR version is 30210. X is a server and just responds to client requests as best it can. Benjamin Guy-Williams (ben2talk-gmail) wrote on 2011-01-31: #102 Interestingly now I have no need to log in and reset Xorg to prevent high cpu. Found possible solution on Github Bumblebee Project Forum Issue #262 in post by dliw [https://github.com/Bumblebee-Project...ee/issues/262] (final post in thread, undated, unnumbered) who helpfully advised: "I had the same issue recently and
I give a working solution and you say it's bad. If the problem is still there it is easier to fix when it is a development version. I tried to install the appropriate graphics card driver and my system appears to be completely broken now.
For instance, the program might be making resource-intensive xlib calls in a tight loop. It's a way to install proprietary graphics driver from Intel (until they release the new version for 15.04). 3. Xorg uses 80-100% CPU and the system isn't performing well -- OpenOffice is unusable and nautilus hangs a lot when I try to browse. Xorg High Cpu Centos The longer I run without a reboot, the worse it gets with all applications involving window changes such as Dolphin becoming slower.
In summary: Code: apt-get source libcairo2 cd cairo-1.12.2 cat << '_EOF_' > ./debian/patches/07_server_side_gradients.patch # Description: don't use server side gradients most drivers don't handle it Index: cairo-1.12.2/src/cairo-xlib-display.c =================================================================== --- cairo-1.12.2.orig/src/cairo-xlib-display.c 2012-04-25 What Is Xorg Process I followed the advice from this post. up vote -2 down vote Try this solution, it's great, I could solve my problem with this https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/472406,, then you must update the kernel and to do in terminal sudo update-grub http://askubuntu.com/questions/614154/xorg-is-using-100-cpu-with-15-04 Reply With Quote 26-Nov-2012,10:40 #10 Tyler_K View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Wise Penguin Join Date Jun 2008 Posts 1,255 Re: 回复: Re: 回复: Xorg High CPU
Topics: Active | Unanswered Index »Newbie Corner »[SOLVED] Strange Xorg high CPU usage Pages: 1 #1 2012-05-15 07:21:15 wang0109 Member Registered: 2010-10-01 Posts: 5 [SOLVED] Strange Xorg high CPU usage Hi,I Cairo-ubuntu-xcb Tab switching works as expected also. The time now is 12:15 PM. It says "Error: missing /dev/dahdi" a few more things seemed to load after that, though it is stuck after "starting PostgreSQL 8.4 database server" So, in summary, my machine was laggy
I remember this all started with an "Upgrade" a year or so ago and I've tried to fix it various times to great frustration. Xorg takes more CPU% ~ 30%. Xorg High Cpu Ubuntu Then uncheck "Allow other users to view your desktop" in the window opened. Ubuntu 16.04 Xorg High Cpu After a gdm restart, I get typically 5% cpu - right now watching a movie and working here on my LCD screen I'm seeing it rising slightly after ten minutes to
No plasma widgets are being used. http://silkiconfinder.com/high-cpu/xorg-100-cpu-usage-ubuntu.html please contact. Pothikan Suresh (pothikan-gmail) wrote on 2009-10-31: #84 Forgot to mention. Dare we be concerned that something malicious might be happening under our noses? Xorg 100 Cpu Nvidia
I'm using the latest nvidia driver with a fresh install of Ibex on a new laptop. Join Date Oct 2008 Beans 141 Xorg high cpu usage, found no solutions searching I'm running ubuntu 12.10 using Gnome 3 shell. And I had heard I'd be getting *better* battery life after upgrading... weblink propofol View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by propofol 10-07-2013, 09:33 AM #4 cynwulf Senior Member Registered: Apr 2005 Location:
Success! Ubuntu 14.04 High Cpu Usage The machine was unresponsive to keyboard input. It seems that my issue is not really the same as yours, though they may be remotely related.
Virtual memory is 203m. After that i noticed this bug several times. That was the first time I've used swap in about [mild exaggeration] 200 years [/mild exaggeration]. Ubuntu Restart Xorg I know it sounds crazy, but I'm having this same issue, and this pretty much always reproduces it.
I'm trying to reach stability without introducing more problems. =/ Bjorn Ruud (bjorn-ruud) wrote on 2008-12-22: #40 This problem is also evident with a clean 8.10 64-bit install on a Dell But the CPU usage for Xorg is still very high.Then I accidentally discovered that when I change my terminal font ( gnome-terminal -> profiles ) to "Monospace", the Xorg CPU usage Looking with top for possible culprits didn't give consistent hints though the activity was higher than expected. check over here I see there are some older issues (11.x days) where this was the case, but not much for recent threads on this.
They crawled in periods, could not figure out why. Anyway, lets start with the graphics card again: I can see it with lspci 07:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation NV43GL [Quadro FX 550] (rev a2) Adv Reply March 30th, when this second user starts firefox the system gets unusable and xorg hogs the cpu completely. actually at some point I succeeded to run 9.10 without problems and then when I uprated to 10.04 the problems restarted.
CPU is now more calm unlike before that it sounded very noisy and it produced a high amount of heat. For my monitoring sub-forum (Chinese sub-forum), it's the common reasons for a slow performance... Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. A troubleshooting guide for this class of problem is available here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Troubleshooting/HighCPU Usually by starting or killing various programs, daemons, services, and so on you can narrow in on what is
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