[PlanetCCRMA] Kernel Issues

agustin genoud agustingenoud at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 18:39:23 PST 2012

Hi Fernando i've just upgraded the kernel,

when using firefox the problem persist, but with chromium works fine. I'm
sending a file with the htop process that consumes most cpu (almost 98%!
0.o) and also paste the output of the log tail command you mentioned. If
you think something can help me, great; if no, i will try harder to work it
out and make a comment about it : )


PD: escribo en ingles por si a alguien en la lista le sirve, no pude ver tu
concierto en el recoleta la última vez que viniste pero sigo tu trabajo
cada vez que puedo, es muy inspirador, grandes felicitaciones y muchas

2012/1/26 Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando at ccrma.stanford.edu>

> On 01/25/2012 06:14 PM, agustin genoud wrote:
>> Hi,
>> i'm experiencing problems with the kernel
>> 3.0.14-1.rt31.1.fc15.ccrma.**i686, specially on firefox with the flash
>> plugins. The browser runs extremely slow ant then the flash plugin
>> crashes. When i go back to my it works fine.
>> anyone knows what i can try?
> I would first upgrade to 3.0.17-1.rt33.1 which I just released yesterday,
> at least for me it gets rid of periodic error messages in the logs. I have
> not tested with flash but I can try tomorrow.
> Or, if you want to try to find more I would look for clues in
> /var/log/messages. You can "tail -f /var/log/messages" in a terminal (you
> will need to su root to see the logs) and see what happens when you do the
> stuff that breaks.
> Another option is running "top" in a terminal and watching what process is
> eating the cpu and go from there.
> -- Fernando

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