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Re: [opensuse] Leap 42.3
On 09/06/2017 04:49 PM, Robert Schweikert wrote:
Hi,

Not even sure as to how to describe the issue or where to start looking.

What is happening appears to be an issue with oom or process limits, but
I have no idea how to nail this down. My work habbits have not changed,
meaning compared to when I was running Leap 42.2 I have a many browser
tabs open as before, a lot, and as many terminal and editor windows open
as well, again, a lot of those.

The symptoms I am seeing are

- systemd-coredump process running off and on and when it runs it sucks
up 100% cpu
- I get "no more process" errors when trying to open a new terminal window
- Rhythembox appears to be the mos frequent victim and it gets killed or
dies

dmesg does not have any "trace" information, but there is a message
pointing to some kind of trouble:

[178155.684433] Corrupted low memory at ffff880000004000 (4000 phys) =
002777f2

Anyway, the whole thing is annoying and I'd sure like to figure out
what's going on.


And to follow up with a bit more information, I find lots of these in
the system log:

Sep 06 16:30:01 mountain systemd[1]: Stopping User Manager for UID 0...
Sep 06 16:30:01 mountain systemd[11849]: Stopped target Default.
Sep 06 16:30:01 mountain systemd[11849]: Stopped target Basic System.
Sep 06 16:30:01 mountain systemd[11849]: Stopped target Sockets.
Sep 06 16:30:01 mountain systemd[11849]: Stopped target Timers.
Sep 06 16:30:01 mountain systemd[11849]: Reached target Shutdown.
Sep 06 16:30:01 mountain systemd[11849]: Starting Exit the Session...
Sep 06 16:30:01 mountain systemd[11849]: Stopped target Paths.
Sep 06 16:30:01 mountain systemd[11849]: Received SIGRTMIN+24 from PID
11897 (kill).
Sep 06 16:30:01 mountain systemd[11852]: pam_unix(systemd-user:session):
session closed for user root

But well I am not logged in as root, i.e. I am not constantly logging in
and out. I do have a terminal window open where I am root, but that's
it. Or maybe I get one of these blocks every time I run osc build?

Help is appreciated,
Robert

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Robert Schweikert MAY THE SOURCE BE WITH YOU
Distinguished Architect LINUX
Team Lead Public Cloud
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