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[Bug 239211] Xorg consumes up to 100% CPU-time when scrolling on websites with large images
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  • Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2007 13:01:27 -0700 (MST)
  • Message-id: <20070129200127.1015CD74@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

------- Comment #15 from c_weidmann@xxxxxxx 2007-01-29 13:01 MST -------
Ok, thx! I'll hope for some fixes from KDE developers some day...

But before this bug will get closed as a WONTFIX, I want to report a strange
observation I've made:

For further testing, I've installed openSUSE 10.2 into a VirtualBox und noticed
that all mentioned sites scroll very smoothly into the virtual system (only
causing slighty higher CPU usage which I could tolerate). To emphasize again:
The virtual system runs faster and a way more smoothly than the real one! Even
the T-Com page consumes only 45% of CPU time and behave very well!

So I'm asking: Is it possible that theres a major problem/incompatibility with
Xorg's radeon driver besides the known KDE/Konqueror bugs? If I understood it
correctly, the virtual machine uses of course an other video driver and passes
only the completely rendered picture to the real system... This "virtual"
driver seems to make a way better job for Konqueror, even if it's into an
emulated system!

I'll try a clean install on my "real" system next weekend to ensure that there
are no configuration issues that may cause this problems.

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