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Re: gam_server : 100% CPU again



On Tue, Apr 04, 2006 at 06:14:08PM -0700, Rickey Moore wrote:

 > 2.  If already up-to-date report the problem and fix the cause:
 > http://bugzilla.redhat.com/
 > I'm trying to trim my system of all processes that aren't strictly needed... this is just a client machine, no server-side processes. If all gam_server does is record file changes, it's just another layer of cpu using processes I can live without. (?)
 > So, can you and how do you get rid of it? I'd like to rid my machine of every  server -side  process possible.  Ric

if it does its job properly, it should sit there unnoticed,
and actually save apps a lot of work when they want to watch files for
changes.  Instead of spinning in a loop polling the file, it can sleep until
it gets woken up by the kernel when it gets an inotify event when the
file changes.

However, strace'ing gam_server shows that something is definitly amiss.
It's doing a zillion poll()'s a second.

I filed a bug on this earlier tonight.

		Dave

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