Re: Fedora 12, 13 /KDE freezing Desktop

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  On 10/03/2010 11:10 PM, JD wrote:
>
> On 10/03/2010 08:04 PM, stan wrote:
>> On Sun, 03 Oct 2010 19:52:11 -0700
>> JD<[email protected]>   wrote:
>>
>>> By default: mlocate.cron
>>>
>>> #!/bin/sh
>>> nodevs=$(<   /proc/filesystems awk '$1 == "nodev" { print $2 }')
>>> renice +19 -p $$>/dev/null 2>&1
>>> ionice -c2 -n7 -p $$>/dev/null 2>&1
>>> /usr/bin/updatedb -f "$nodevs"
>>>
>>> So, it is already set to low priority, both for scheduling (with
>>> renice) and for ionice (n 7 is lowest io priority).
>>> All -c3 does is  run only when cpu is idle.
>>>
>> Actually c3 is when io is idle, not cpu.  That's somewhat important if
>> your gui is trying to use the disk.  But you are right, mlocate is set
>> to a low priority.  Maybe they changed them because someone else had the
>> issue. ;-)
>>
>> It means it is unlikely to be Jim's issue.  Unless he's running strigi
>> or something like that and it isn't behaving.
>    From this list alone, I have seen so many complaints about kde,
> that I do not even wish to venture to try it.
> To be fair to kde, it is not clear if these problems are not caused
> by user error or misconfiguration.
>
>
I have a strange feeling it is the Nvidia Drivers , All four of these 
computers in my Family and friends has a Nvidia video adapter, using the 
Nvidia drivers.

My computer has the same adapter as one of the computers, but I'm using 
the Nouveau driver.   And I have no freezing problems.

And all of these box just started freezing the screens after some updates.
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