On Wed, 2008-05-14 at 09:52 -0700, David L wrote:
I noticed my f9 system was slow and checked CPU usage with top.
top showed a process called kerneloops sucking 98% of the CPU.
Is this normal? If not, what is one supposed to do to provide
Exactly the same thing happened to me. Killing the kerneloops program
didn't cause a reduction in CPU activity; massive system activity was
replaced by massive user activity, but I couldn't find out which process
was responsible. Removing kerneloops -- "rpm --erase kerneloops" --
brought instant relief.
What's going on? Any advice for investigation?
Thanks - jon