On 11/24/2016 05:44 PM, Ed Greshko wrote:
On 11/24/16 22:12, Patrick Boutilier wrote:
> On 11/24/2016 10:03 AM, Ed Greshko wrote:
>> On 11/24/16 21:28, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
>>> Thanks. I tried it but it's not ready for prime time. It starts up and
>>> seems to restore my session, but is very laggy. Plasma is
>>> consuming around 70% of my CPU (an i7 with 16GB). It also dies when
>>> logging out (i.e. I get a blank screen and have to reset the box).
>> Do you mean "plasma" or "kwin_wayland"? On a system with
just a blank desktop
>> "kwin_wayland" was sitting pegged at about 98% CPU. After a few
minutes, it dropped out
>> of the "top" screen. I then started a konsole instance and it seemed
to take a long time
>> to get it going and kwin_wayland was back at 98%. Then, leaving things sit idle
>> dropped down to a very small % of CPU for a while and then back to high CPU
>> to cycle through something. Mouse movement is very jerky. I then clicked on the
>> icon and the system is totally non responsive. The disk activity light is on
>> and the mouse is frozen.
>> I was watching this from a ssh session that I had open. I issued an "init
6" and after 3
>> minutes of waiting with no reboot I hit the power button.
>> Back to X for now.
> Consistently under 1% CPU usage here for both. Only issue I see so far is everything
> looks bigger on the screen, like the resolution has changed.
Is yours a fresh install or an upgrade?
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