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Old 11-16-2007, 07:22 PM
tom arnall
 
Default firefox seems to be going nuts

firefox seems to be going nuts. it's very often hogging 95% of cpu, with no
let up. and when i do a 'ps' for it, i get:


firefox |-firefox-bin(3647)-+-{firefox-bin}(3649)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3651)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3666)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3667)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3674)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3699)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4856)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4860)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4861)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4862)
| `-{firefox-bin}(4863)
firefox |-firefox-bin(3647)-+-{firefox-bin}(3649)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3651)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3666)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3667)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3674)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3699)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4856)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4860)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4861)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4862)
| `-{firefox-bin}(4863)
firefox |-firefox-bin(3647)-+-{firefox-bin}(3649)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3651)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3666)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3667)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3674)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3699)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4856)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4860)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4861)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4862)
| `-{firefox-bin}(4863)
firefox |-firefox-bin(3647)-+-{firefox-bin}(3649)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3651)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3666)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3667)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3674)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3699)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4856)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4860)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4861)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4862)
| `-{firefox-bin}(4863)
firefoxkloro@debian:~$


thanks,

tom arnall




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Old 11-16-2007, 07:31 PM
Kent West
 
Default firefox seems to be going nuts

tom arnall wrote:
firefox seems to be going nuts. it's very often hogging 95% of cpu, with no
let up. and when i do a 'ps' for it, i get:



firefox |-firefox-bin(3647)-+-{firefox-bin}(3649)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3651)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3666)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3667)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3674)
| |-{firefox-bin}(3699)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4856)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4860)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4861)
| |-{firefox-bin}(4862)
| `-{firefox-bin}(4863)

<snip> etc.

Try starting ff in safe mode (firefox -safe-mode &), and see if that
makes a difference. If it does, start removing/disabling extensions.


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Old 11-17-2007, 02:46 AM
"Russell L. Harris"
 
Default firefox seems to be going nuts

* tom arnall <kloro2006@gmail.com> [071116 14:21]:
> firefox seems to be going nuts. it's very often hogging 95% of cpu, with no
> let up.

I've noticed the same on my system within the past month or so.

RLH


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Old 11-17-2007, 10:17 AM
Hugo Vanwoerkom
 
Default firefox seems to be going nuts

tom arnall wrote:
firefox seems to be going nuts. it's very often hogging 95% of cpu, with no
let up. and when i do a 'ps' for it, i get:





<snip>

Etch, Lenny, Sid?


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Old 11-17-2007, 06:19 PM
tom arnall
 
Default firefox seems to be going nuts

On Friday 16 November 2007 19:46, Russell L. Harris wrote:
> * tom arnall <kloro2006@gmail.com> [071116 14:21]:
> > firefox seems to be going nuts. it's very often hogging 95% of cpu, with
> > no let up.
>
> I've noticed the same on my system within the past month or so.
>
> RLH


so far, starting in safe mode is working

tom arnall


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Old 11-17-2007, 06:20 PM
tom arnall
 
Default firefox seems to be going nuts

On Saturday 17 November 2007 03:17, Hugo Vanwoerkom wrote:
> tom arnall wrote:
> > firefox seems to be going nuts. it's very often hogging 95% of cpu, with
> > no let up. and when i do a 'ps' for it, i get:
>
> <snip>
>
> Etch, Lenny, Sid?


Etch



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Old 11-18-2007, 06:03 PM
tom arnall
 
Default firefox seems to be going nuts

On Saturday 17 November 2007 11:19, tom arnall wrote:
> On Friday 16 November 2007 19:46, Russell L. Harris wrote:
> > * tom arnall <kloro2006@gmail.com> [071116 14:21]:
> > > firefox seems to be going nuts. it's very often hogging 95% of cpu,
> > > with no let up.
> >
> > I've noticed the same on my system within the past month or so.
> >
> > RLH
>
> so far, starting in safe mode is working
>
> tom arnall


TAKE IT BACK! firefox is still gobbling my cpu.


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Old 11-18-2007, 06:04 PM
tom arnall
 
Default firefox seems to be going nuts

On Saturday 17 November 2007 11:19, tom arnall wrote:
> On Friday 16 November 2007 19:46, Russell L. Harris wrote:
> > * tom arnall <kloro2006@gmail.com> [071116 14:21]:
> > > firefox seems to be going nuts. it's very often hogging 95% of cpu,
> > > with no let up.
> >
> > I've noticed the same on my system within the past month or so.
> >
> > RLH
>
> so far, starting in safe mode is working
>
> tom arnall

TAKE IT BACK. firefox is still gobbling my cpu.


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