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high cpu usage

Post by *Evds » 2018-06-22, 10:59 UTC

After some time tcmd starts using 100% cpu.
..I have no clue what triggers it...it seems to be doing a lot of closefile operations.. (auto refresh when the file system changes ?).

If I click on the cross to close the application the gui disappears but the process
stays active in the background and keeps on using 100% cpu (one thread stays active).


tcmd 9.2 rc2

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2018-06-22, 13:31 UTC

Could you try disabling auto-refresh?
Configuration - Options - Refresh - lower half.
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Post by *Evds » 2018-06-23, 21:23 UTC

With auto-refresh disabled I haven't had the problem yet.

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Post by *Evds » 2018-06-24, 07:55 UTC

When accessing a nas with auto-refresh enabled (tcmd 9.2 rc2) I notice a very high cpu usage of the process smbd-notifyd on the nas.

I didn't had that with a previous version of tcmd.

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2018-06-24, 09:33 UTC

It's the same problem, it will be fixed in RC3.
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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2018-06-27, 09:30 UTC

This should be fixed in Total Commander 9.20 RC3, please test!
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Post by *Evds » 2018-06-29, 22:42 UTC

The problem no longer occurs with tcmd 9.20 rc3.
Thanks !

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