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Old 13th October 2017, 09:34 AM
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All of a sudden system sluggish, tonns of coredumps

Hi there. All of a sudden the machine slowed down to a crawl and I cannot fix it.. The /var/log/messages has lots of:

Oct 13 11:30:47 turgut abrt-server[61202]: Deleting problem directory ccpp-2017-10-13-11:30:08.317268-14293 (dup of ccpp-2017-10-12-07:01:38.855528-10611)
Oct 13 11:30:47 turgut org.freedesktop.problems[815]: abrt-dbus: Lock file '.lock' is locked by process 61743
Oct 13 11:30:47 turgut abrt-notification[61744]: Process 10611 (xkblayout-state) crashed in std::string::assign(char const*, unsigned int)()
Oct 13 11:30:47 turgut abrtd[869]: Too many clients, refusing connections to '/var/run/abrt/abrt.socket'
Oct 13 11:30:49 turgut abrt-server[61263]: Deleting problem directory ccpp-2017-10-13-11:30:10.96470-14300 (dup of ccpp-2017-10-12-07:01:38.855528-10611)
Oct 13 11:30:49 turgut abrt-notification[61795]: Process 10611 (xkblayout-state) crashed in std::string::assign(char const*, unsigned int)()
Oct 13 11:30:49 turgut abrtd[869]: Too many clients, refusing connections to '/var/run/abrt/abrt.socket'
Oct 13 11:30:51 turgut abrt-server[61314]: Deleting problem directory ccpp-2017-10-13-11:30:11.840086-14339 (dup of ccpp-2017-10-12-07:01:38.855528-10611)
Oct 13 11:30:51 turgut abrt-server[61314]: Lock file '.lock' is locked by process 43905
Oct 13 11:30:51 turgut abrt-notification[61855]: Process 10611 (xkblayout-state) crashed in std::string::assign(char const*, unsigned int)()
Oct 13 11:30:51 turgut abrtd[869]: Too many clients, refusing connections to '/var/run/abrt/abrt.socket'
Oct 13 11:30:53 turgut abrt-server[61367]: Deleting problem directory ccpp-2017-10-13-11:30:13.577367-14354 (dup of ccpp-2017-10-12-07:01:38.855528-10611)
Oct 13 11:30:53 turgut abrt-notification[61901]: Process 10611 (xkblayout-state) crashed in std::string::assign(char const*, unsigned int)()
Oct 13 11:30:53 turgut abrtd[869]: Too many clients, refusing connections to '/var/run/abrt/abrt.socket'
Oct 13 11:30:55 turgut abrt-server[61424]: Deleting problem directory ccpp-2017-10-13-11:30:15.299328-14366 (dup of ccpp-2017-10-12-07:01:38.855528-10611)
Oct 13 11:30:55 turgut abrt-notification[61955]: Process 10611 (xkblayout-state) crashed in std::string::assign(char const*, unsigned int)()
Oct 13 11:30:55 turgut abrtd[869]: Too many clients, refusing connections to '/var/run/abrt/abrt.socket'


what shall I do?

---------- Post added at 12:34 AM ---------- Previous post was at 12:32 AM ----------

PS: I deleted everything from /var/lib/systemd/coredump , which was a list longer than "ls" could show, and now it seems to have calmed down
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