tor, 28.10.2004 kl. 17.56 skrev Kim Lux (Mr.):
I just ran prelink manually. cpu usage never went over 3%. It was
in 2 minutes.
It was not an issue that prelink was running. I think it was an issue
that is was running at 80% cpu resources.
Hmm? On my computers (those who get shutdown at night), prelink usually
starts about 1-½ hour after i booted it, and it has two "phases" - a
"little CPU" phase, and the "eat as much CPU as you can get" phase.
Thanks god for multitasking. It usually last something like 5 minutes.
This is on core 2, and i think core 1 was similar.
Another überannoying cronjob, is the updatedb one. whytheh*** does
anacron have to run it?!? It also takes about 5 minutes, and it is
almost impossible to lauch programs in a resonable time when it is