Den 18 maj 2016 7:48 em skrev Nicolás <nico...@devels.es>:
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> El 18/05/16 a las 18:11, Karli Sjöberg escribió:
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>> Den 18 maj 2016 7:03 em skrev Nicolás <nico...@devels.es>:
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>> > Hi Karli,
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>> > El 18/05/16 a las 16:59, Karli Sjöberg escribió:
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>> >> Den 18 maj 2016 5:49 em skrev Nicolás <nico...@devels.es>:
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>> >> > Hi,
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>> >> > Probably not an oVirt issue, but maybe someone can help. I've deployed a
>> >> > pretty basic VM (ubuntu 14.04 server, 4GB RAM, 4 CPUs, 15GB storage).
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>> >> Just spitballing here: 14.04 only? Tried 16.04, or any other OS for that 
>> >> matter? For now, it sounds more guest related rather than oVirt.
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>> >> /K
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>> > I tried a vanilla centos-7.1 as well and the same happens. I'm of the same 
>> > opinion that this is more a guest related issue, it's just I'd like to 
>> > find out why this only happens with QXL and not with CIRRUS.
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>> > Thanks.
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>> Very interesting. Are your hosts all of the same architecture(family)?
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>> /K
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> Actually we have a nice mixture of manufacturers. We run 7 hosts, paired 
> 4-2-1 in relation to architecture. All of them have the same resources, 
> though (CPUs + RAM). In this case, I can't test the VM on different hosts 
> because we've separated one of them (one of the "4") on a standalone oVirt 
> datacenter as we're making tests on it, but I remember this has already 
> happened to me in the past (I didn't have the time to debug it at that time, 
> though).

And it doesn't happen with a similar VM in the other datacenter, on the same 
hardware?

/K

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>> >> > Each time I install an additional desktop environment (Gnome, KDE,
>> >> > whatever...), CPU usage rises to 100% all time to the extreme that
>> >> > interacting with the machine becomes impossible (maybe a mouse movement
>> >> > is propagated 3 minutes later or so...).
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>> >> > To debug this, I installed LXDE, which is a lightweight desktop
>> >> > environment based on Xorg. I could see there is an Xorg process
>> >> > consuming one of the CPUs and the machine stops responding as far as the
>> >> > desktop environment goes. I have not changed anything in the
>> >> > configuration file.
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>> >> > I could also see this only happens when QXL is chosen as the display
>> >> > driver. When CIRRUS is chosen, everything works smoothly and CPU is
>> >> > ~100% idle. The downside is that we want to use SPICE and CIRRUS won't
>> >> > allow it.
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>> >> > Why does this happen? Is this an OS-side driver issue? Any hint how can
>> >> > it be fixed?
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>> >> > Thanks.
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>> >> > Nicolás
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