I have a problem difficult to specify. I made a backup of my home
directory yesterday. Today, after a few hours of operation, the processor
started heating. This is not the first time this has happened (known
solution!). A launch of ksysguard allows me to see that "systemd-coredum"
uses 100% of the resources and renews itself permanently. Then, I kill X, and
things calm down. When I log in as kde3 root, there is no problem. But every
time I log in as a user: thermal runaway. Once restored my personal directory
from yesterday, NO MORE PROBLEM.
After the last restoration of my personal directory, I went back to where
I was, considering the incident as closed. All of today's work was
concentrated in a repertoire. So, I copied this directory as root, out of X
and with the help of rsync, and then, again thermal runaway once the kde3
user cession re-opened:!
For information, yesterday's repertoire (on which I worked) was 15.4 MB
(16,164,103) and after today's work it was 50.1 MB (52,510,297). The system
partition is 58.9 GB and is 87% occupied.
I am conviced that a deamond like ksysguardd is invloved, but i'm really
If you have an idea on how to find where it comes from, tell me, please.
Thank you for the attention you paid to this mail.
Edit: < NO MORE PROBLEM > in stead of < MORE PROBLEM >
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