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SubjectRe: Linux Kernel cfs scheduler and xorg kbd
On 08/01/2007 03:33 PM, <:::.. TeresaII ..:::> wrote:

> Problem is, that i can't reproduce it after last reboot.
> Can this be different on each reboot ? Any idea ?
>
> About another kernel: i only had -ck kernels since last year or more, i
> can remember i had same behavier atleast 6 month ago, or maybe more. But
> it wasn't that hard and it dissapiered self after some time.

Hmm.

> Now on first run of 2.6.22.1-cfs-v19.1 i got it again. And realy bad. It
> was even very hard to write report mail.

I notice by the way that you are also using Thunderbird 2.0 -- that was my
own suspect; I had just switched from Thunderbird 1.5.

> I did reboot, day after that it was back, but not that hard. And now
> rebooted yesterday and cant reproduce it at all.

I believe that at least for now we can safely remove this from any list of
possible CFS regresssions. I'll sit on it and see what I can find out
when/if my stuck delete happens again.

Indan -- under what circumstances/programs did you experience what?

Rene.
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