• High use of CPU in KDE


    Hi, Anyone can help me, why I have this high use of CPU in KDE? This is the first time I have this problem. What I have to do to fix this. Please help.
    https://imgur.com/a/1fy1D4s

    https://imgur.com/a/IkxcLb1

  • Hello

    Start by giving information about your hardware:

    inxi -Fxxx0 if you do not have inxi install it with sudo pacman -S inxi

    Hit the result here.

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  • @edhego said in High use of CPU in KDE:

    Hi, Anyone can help me, why I have this high use of CPU in KDE? This is the first time I have this problem. What I have to do to fix this. Please help.
    https://imgur.com/a/1fy1D4s

    https://imgur.com/a/IkxcLb1

    You might also want to launch KSysGuard and look for the process(es) that are taking up more of your resources. In my case, it was baloo file extraction running at 100%.

    There is a way of defeating this. But, let’s see who the culprit is first.

  • or something old-shool like htop:
    sudo pacman -S htop
    htop

    [updates once a week] = [90% less problems]
    antergos:_rescue
    how to add system logs:
    wget http://bit.ly/2GCG9k2 && sh 2GCG9k2
    :handshake: donate antergos

  • @joekamprad said in High use of CPU in KDE:

    or something old-shool like htop:
    sudo pacman -S htop
    htop

    Yup. 🙂

  • Thanks for the help, this are the processes running in my computer:
    https://imgur.com/a/oenTJxN
    https://imgur.com/a/IkxcLb1

    I hope there is a way to fix it.

  • @edhego said in High use of CPU in KDE:

    Thanks for the help, this are the processes running in my computer:
    https://imgur.com/a/oenTJxN
    https://imgur.com/a/IkxcLb1

    I hope there is a way to fix it.

    I’m hoping someone else can see what’s causing this. If not, maybe @edhego you should click on the header for the column in KSysGuard to show which process is stealing so much and redo the screenshot. I can’t really tell from htop what’s going on, either. NOT that I’m an expert, but I did just go through something similar.

  • systemd’s default behavior is to generate core dumps for all processes in /var/lib/systemd/coredump.
    This behavior can be overridden by creating a configuration snippet in the /etc/systemd/coredump.conf.d/ directory with the following content:

    sudo nano /etc/systemd/coredump.conf.d/custom.conf

    [Coredump]
    Storage=none
    

    SOURCE

    [updates once a week] = [90% less problems]
    antergos:_rescue
    how to add system logs:
    wget http://bit.ly/2GCG9k2 && sh 2GCG9k2
    :handshake: donate antergos

  • @joekamprad I did what you say and didn’t work but after the update today everything works fine.

    So thank you all for your kindly help.

  • @edhego
    The issue can be caused by so many reasons.

    One thing to try is: create another user and login to that user without making any configurations. Does the problem persist? What says “htop” with the new user?

    Please report issues including all details! ;-)
    Show files here: cat "file" | curl -F [email protected] https://ptpb.pw/?u=1
    and show the URL.

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