[Bug 1773502] Re: High CPU usage in gnome-shell & Xorg when using gnome-system-monitor's Resources tab

2019-05-15 Thread Magosányi Árpád
If I run eclipse from a docker container (with -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix 
), then no cpu overuse.
It might related to that in this case eclipse cannot connect to dbus.

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  High CPU usage in gnome-shell & Xorg when using gnome-system-monitor's
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[Bug 1756508] Re: Gnome-shell CPU load dramatically high and stuck high with Eclipse

2019-05-15 Thread Magosányi Árpád
this happens to me. latest bionic, latest eclipse

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  Gnome-shell CPU load dramatically high and stuck high with Eclipse

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[Bug 1773502] Re: High CPU usage in gnome-shell & Xorg when using gnome-system-monitor's Resources tab

2019-05-15 Thread Magosányi Árpád
I have this bug, triggered by eclipse on latest Bionic.
I do not see any gnome shells running though.
Do we know any workarounds?

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[Bug 1240336] Re: Not authorized to perform operation / Unable to determine the session we are in: No session for pid

2013-12-14 Thread Magosányi Árpád
This was the solution for me as well:
sudo pam-auth-update --force
Beware that it does change files in pam.d, so if you have a heavily customized 
pam configuration,
prepare to be able to track the changes done, and fix things afterward.

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  we are in: No session for pid

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