Bug#408991: gnome-panel: wnck-applet eats 330MB memory
sa at whiz.se
Sat Feb 3 23:25:45 CET 2007
On Mon, 2007-01-29 at 15:02 -0500, Mark Whitis wrote:
> While investigating embarasing multisecond pauses of the entire desktop,
> I noticed that wnck-applet was using 330MB of virtual memory and 200MB
> of resident memory. After killing and restarting, it was down to
> 20MB/12.7MB (which still seems high for a few panel objects.
> I noticed here:
> that wnck-applet was known for locking up the system, though in my case
> the CPU usage was low (although system monitor crashed around this time
> erasing the cpu load graph).
Is this a recurring problem, or even something you can reproduce? If
not, it sounds like a hard problem to track down.
I did find a bug report in GNOME Bugzilla about increasing memory usage,
do you think it's a similar issue?
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