On 18/08/07, Andy Green <[email protected]> wrote: > Somebody in the thread at some point said: > > On 18/08/07, Andy Green <[email protected]> wrote: > >>> So, is the system using 1024 MB of RAM, or only 256? It is dead slow, > >>> and I easily outtype it (I wait to see my letters appear on the > >> Outtype it using which software? > > > > Anything from a new Firefox session, to Kate, to Konsole. > > I've never seen Konsole lag on typing. Firefox really lags, but I can still outtype Konsole. > > Furthering investigation of the slow computer, I see that Xorg stays > > very high in top, with values like this: > > 2471 root 15 0 50440 9.8m 4368 S 0.3 1.0 0:57.83 Xorg > > > > Is that considered excessive? What else could be causing this thing to > > run so slow? > > 0.3% of your CPU and 1.0% of your memory usage is unusually light for > xorg, if anything. What does the top line of top say, for load avg, and > the third line for "%id"? > > Also, what does > > $ cat /proc/interrupts > > say? Another cool new tool is powertop, it exposes who is waking the > processor out of idle and how often, I would yum install that and paste > what the results are -- be aware moving your mouse will skew them heavily. > > -Andy > > -- > fedora-list mailing list > [email protected] > To unsubscribe: https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-list > -- Dotan Cohen http://lyricslist.com/ http://what-is-what.com/ -- A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text. Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?