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Re: emacs suspension


From: Michelle Roderick
Subject: Re: emacs suspension
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 16:53:00 -0700

Here's the result of top:

load averages:  1.62,  0.90,  0.61
00:44:32
175 processes: 171 sleeping, 3 running, 1 on cpu
CPU states:  0.0% idle, 98.8% user,  1.2% kernel,  0.0% iowait,  0.0% swap
Memory: 1024M real, 315M free, 553M swap in use, 6349M swap free

  PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE  SIZE   RES STATE   TIME    CPU COMMAND
19274 mroderic   1  10    0   17M   16M run    37:58 94.98% emacs-21.2
  195 root       5  50    0 7496K 5864K sleep 245:22  3.03% automountd
25852 mroderic   1  58    0 1920K 1640K cpu     0:00  0.35% top
14950 pbelmond   1  48    0   14M   12M sleep   9:04  0.16% xemacs-21.4.8
26858 root       1  59    0  195M   57M sleep 914:52  0.09% Xsun
 4117 pbelmond   1  49    0   84M   69M sleep  62.5H  0.06% netscape
 4044 pbelmond   8  59    0   11M 8776K sleep  28:56  0.04% dtwm
25853 cpack      1  37    2 1056K  888K sleep   0:00  0.04% sh
25854 cpack      1  37    2 1072K  728K sleep   0:00  0.04% tail
25855 cpack      1  47    2 1144K  976K sleep   0:00  0.04% vmstat
 4084 pbelmond   4  49    0   68M   26M sleep   3:34  0.02% acroread
16994 pbelmond  10  49    0   62M   52M run     4:18  0.02% netscape-bin
 4107 pbelmond   4  49    0   28M 3448K sleep   2:46  0.01% acroread
 1179 root      12  58    0 2760K 2032K sleep   6:44  0.01% mibiisa
  125 root       1  58    0 1664K  728K sleep   5:27  0.00% in.rdisc

<address@hidden> wrote in message
news:address@hidden
>
> Yes, but I was hoping to see the whole page-- including the processes
> actually running and how much CPU, memory, etc. they were using.  Try it
> again in a full screen window and give us the entire page of output.
>
> We do get _some_ information from what you provided: You have a lot of
> processes running.  Do you really need them all?  The CPU is booked to
> the max with user processes (user applications).  But you do have enough
> swap.  Having more physical memory would help things run faster.
> Normally a gig should be enough, but maybe you're running some
> memory-heavy stuff.
>
> You could also make emacs run faster and smaller by byte-compiling
> relevant *.el files.
>
>
> hth,
> ken
>
>
> At 17:08 (UTC-0700) on Tue, 9 Dec 2003 Michelle Roderick said:
>
> = Is this what you wanted to see?
> =
> = load averages:  0.88,  0.35,  0.23
> = 01:00:02
> = 161 processes: 158 sleeping, 1 running, 1 stopped, 1 on cpu
> = CPU states:  0.0% idle, 99.4% user,  0.6% kernel,  0.0% iowait,  0.0%
swap
> = Memory: 1024M real, 473M free, 479M swap in use, 6422M swap free
> =
> = <address@hidden> wrote in message
> = news:address@hidden
> = >
> = > I've used emacs for files much larger than 450k-- files up to several
> = > megs-- and never had such a lock-up.  Perhaps I wasn't ever using
> = > font-lock with them, I'm not sure.
> = >
> = > If you're on a *nix box, do "top n 1" in a term when this happens and
> = > paste it back to us.
> = >
> = > hth,
> = > ken
> = >
> = > At 10:17 (UTC-0700) on Mon, 8 Dec 2003 Michelle Roderick said:
> = >
> = > = I am using emacs-21.2 in vip mode.  I have a large file that I am
> = working
> = > = with (450Kbytes) and it occasionally suspends when I go into insert
mode
> = or
> = > = if I do a line copy/paste.  The suspension can last around 30
minutes.
> = I
> = > = changed my buffer size to:
> = > =
> = > = (setq font-lock-maximum-size 524288)
> = > =
> = > = and it still locks up.  Has anybody had this problem???
> = > =
> = > = Regards,
> = > =
> = > = Michelle
> = > =
> = > =
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