Gnome-settings - Cpu Usage
Bug819999 - gnome-settings-daemon consumes 100% CPU Summary: gnome-settings-daemon consumes 100% CPU Status: CLOSED EOL Aliases: None Product: Fedora Classification: Fedora Component: gnome-settings-daemon (Show other bugs) Sub Component: --- Version: 21 Hardware: Run "dpkg -l | grep gnome-settings-daemon" steve cohen (steve-si9yrl01qsu4bt4tonx56g) wrote on 2013-01-14: #152 sorry have not read all the details re:numlock but i can reproduce it using remmina i connect to When I gave this folder the correct permissions, it stopped using this much CPU. If someone could indicate how to provide useful information for bug I would oblige. http://getbetabox.com/high-cpu/dwm-exe-constant-cpu-usage.html
chgrp and chown of .cache/dconf in each user's home directory worked me as well. unity-settings-daemon was producing a lot of io disk activity when starting the system after upgrading to 16.04 and that fixes it. At some point the gnome-settings-daemon will start utilising about 95% of one CPU core, iotop will show dconf-services hovering around 3 place and lsof will show show gnome-settings-daemon using .config/dconf/user. 2. PC uptime is 2 hours - from TOP number 3 in TIME is "gnome-settings-".
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Also, the problem appears to stop after a while: gnome-settings-daemon calms down and the num lock toggling stops. Memory grew from about 200 MB to 390 MB during this 30 minute period. I had experienced it in the past and solved using the numlock workaround via dconf-editor. Gnome-settings-daemon Restart Currently cached group 0 is not equal to the current group from the event: 1 seems to be triggered by having different numlock states inside vmware and in gnome and switching
Junior (lealcy) " make me think it has something to do with keyboard shortcut define in gnome. Fwupd 100 Cpu I'd bet that by fixing the apt-get cache, I fixed the problem. Kirils Solovjovs (linux-kirils) wrote on 2015-01-07: #169 ** Please change the status of this bug to Confirmed I can confirm that this is still happening in Utopic. ArtKun (artkun) wrote on 2013-10-05: #163 Still happening on Precise for me.
my computer was light on all night with nothing to do and it's th e1st consumming process, a full core for itself John Clark (clarkjc) wrote on 2012-05-03: #23 When gnome-settings-daemon Fwupd Ubuntu Ted Chen (surfer26th-j) wrote on 2014-12-06: #168 I am on 14.04 LTS and using Gnome. At that time this bug will be closed as WONTFIX if it remains open with a Fedora 'version' of '17'. Changing the ownership of .cache/dconf, as you suggested, did the trick.
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no it happends to me after a fresh new install without any virtulisation techno Sebastien Bacher (seb128) on 2012-06-01 summary: - gnome-settings-daemon consumes 100% cpu+ [keyboard]: gnome-settings-daemon consumes 100% cpu (vnp, http://forum.pinguyos.com/Thread-Solved-gnome-settings-daemon-running-at-100-CPU Killing gnome-settings-daemon calms the system for about ten, fifteen minutes, then it starts again. Fwupd High Cpu When connecting an SD card reader or pen-drive it takes 5 minutes for nautilus to see it. Gnome Software Gapplication Service Comment 11 Fedora End Of Life 2015-12-01 21:39:12 EST Fedora 21 changed to end-of-life (EOL) status on 2015-12-01.
I'll go ahead and bookmark your website to come back down the road. http://getbetabox.com/high-cpu/wuauclt-exe-cpu-usage.html Francis Therese Krautter (br-ftherese) wrote on 2012-04-30: #16 I'm experiencing this problem too. Marcel Miguel (marcel-miguel) wrote on 2015-12-13: #170 Still hapenning in Ubuntu 15.10, gnome-settings-daemon 3.16.3-0ubuntu1. Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments Dependencies.txt (edit) strace for about 10 seconds (edit) Backtrace of timeout was reached. (edit) strace output (edit) Crash report for Gnome Software Cpu
My installation of Ubuntu 12.04 is fresh. Related Categories: Uncategorized Tags: bug, cpu, precise, ubuntu Comments (3) Trackbacks (0) Leave a comment Trackback http://tinyurl.com/invedoor08531 February 7, 2013 at 12:09 pm Reply This posting, “Workaround to fix gnome-settings-daemon 100% For me it seems to be triggered by use of volume keys on keyboard, which correlates with what is discussed in this thread: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=230568 A temporary workaround on fedora was to http://getbetabox.com/high-cpu/system-cpu-usage.html I then deleted /usr/lib/gnome-settings-daemon-3.0/keyboard.gnome-settings-plugin.
Aatish (aatish) wrote on 2012-05-02: #18 Same issue here, Ubuntu 12.04 on a Thinkpad X220. Deja-dup-monitor High Memory Usage Janne Kytömäki (janne-kytomaki) wrote on 2016-05-23: #175 Noticed Ubuntu getting unbearably slow after upgrading from 15.10 to 16.04. When I kill the daemon, the num lock toggling seems to stop.
kill -9 helped.
Currently cached group 0 is not equal to the current group from the event: 1 seems to be triggered by having different numlock states inside vmware and in gnome and switching Dunno when it might start again. As the other answer mentioned - it is possible to determine the problem by looking at /var/log/syslog. Gnome-shell High Cpu Vladimir Scherbaev (zemik) wrote on 2013-08-13: #160 I have this problem after update from 13.04 to 13.10 with last updates.
PC uptime is 2 hours - from TOP number 3 in TIME is "gnome-settings-". Sorry I cannot provide more information - it happens twice now, maybe someone can tell me how to get more information for the next time this happens. $ lsb_release -rd Description: Francis Therese Krautter (br-ftherese) wrote on 2012-04-30: #17 Sorry, I forgot to mention that I simply terminate the process and when it restarts itself it remains calm for a while. his comment is here None, the status of the bug is updated manually.
Erno Kuusela (erno-iki) wrote on 2013-01-06: #150 Still happens on Precise. I followed his advice (moved keyboard.gnome-settings-plugin, killed gsd) about twenty minutes ago, and it seems to keep. Also, caps-lock sometimes gets reversed (i.e. strace shows that dconf-service is writing /org/gnome/desktop/peripherals/keyboard/numlock-sate on and off all the time.
Sorry I cannot provide more information - it happens twice now, maybe someone can tell me how to get more information for the next time this happens. $ lsb_release -rd Description: Erno Kuusela (erno-iki) wrote on 2013-01-06: #150 Still happens on Precise.