Public bug reported:
1 - Edit the range on the 'update-interval' key to a max over 100.00 seconds.
2 - Re-compile the schemas (glib-compile-schemas)
3 - Run gnome-system-monitor.
4 - Open the 'Preferences' window
5 - Click on the "+" button several times
6 - Verify that it won't be beyond "100.00".
Also, if after following the above steps you use 'gsettings' or 'dconf-
editor' to update the current value to a value above 100.00 secs you
will see that the 'Preferences' window will keep the value '100.00' -
please see the attached screenshot.
Finally, during the tests the app crashed several times. At least in one
of them I sent the automatic report.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu Bionic Beaver (development branch)
Memory: 7.7 GiB
Processor: Intel Core i7-5600U CPY @ 2.60GHz x 4
Graphics: Intel HG Graphics 5500 (Broadwell GT2)
OS type: 64-bit
Disk: 243.6 GB
Please, let me know if you need more data or info.
** Affects: gnome-system-monitor (Ubuntu)
** Attachment added: "Screenshot-Several windows"
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The "update-interval" don't go beyond 100 secs and the app can crash
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