wayward4now at gmail.com
Mon May 29 06:27:55 UTC 2006
On Sun, 2006-05-28 at 08:16 -0700, David L wrote:
> >>>>>Two days in a row my fc5 computer has frozen soon after I start using
> >>>>>it in the morning.
> >>However, I have more information about the problem. I think I
> >>misdiagnosed the problem...
> >>it appears that the mouse/keyboard are not completely unresponsive...
> >>they're are just
> >>responding extremely slowly. I ssh'd into my work computer (the one that
> >>is "hanging"
> >>every day) from home last night. This morning before I came to work, I
> >>tried to do a little
> >>work from my ssh session. And it was messed up too! Things were running
> >>very slowly.
> My fc5 system hasn't "hung" in 5 days, so I'm hoping that something
> that I've tried has fixed it. Still too soon to tell for sure I guess, but
> what I've tried:
> yum -y update
> (It was already up to date as of about 10 days ago, but I updated again).
> Disabled the following services:
> Removed the following from cron.daily:
> I'm hoping that one of these things fixed the problem.
Yeah, Beagle started eating up CPU this morning. It practically stopped
my system cold. <Sigh> Ric
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