|Reported by:||Premislaus||Owned by:||axeld|
|Keywords:||tracker, crash, lag, virtual memory||Cc:|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||x86|
I used the computer as usual. I listened music, compiled small programs in Free Pascal compiler, documented bugs for Cipri in DocumentViewer, etc. Several times consumption reached 900 MB RAM( DocumentViewer) and system strongly slowed( lag). The full CPU usage was kernel team, especially the service releated with low resources( forgot the name). Three times hang tracker, but without turning on the debugger. Icons disappeared and was only deskbar, so I clicked restart the tracker. Finally started the debugger.
And yet installed theora and vorbis to check my previously reported bug.
When I do restart the computer, I am very surprised. Haiku always turned off 5 seconds, this time it lasted a few minutes. The longest it took for unmounting the partition( as was usually mounted two NTFS).
I turned off virtual memory and I have 1024 MB of RAM. I am writing about this because, in syslog is writing about virtual memory.
Haiku hrev43690 gcc2.