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Old 27th January 2010, 01:38 AM
semajyarg Offline
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system monitor

I am using a dell 330. Running fedora 12, When I start the system monitor, it shows resource utilization of 75 or 80% Even is all the processes are sleeping. I have just tried to install netbeans 6.8. It started this just after I started the installation of Sun's JDK 1.6. Any suggestions. ?. Neither worked, I stopped the computer and it still seems to be stuck.
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Old 27th January 2010, 01:48 AM
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By default system monitor does not show processes owned by root or system processes. Try using the following command in a terminal window:


It should show you the offending process at the top of the list
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