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Old 10-30-2006, 04:01 PM   #1
Registered: Jul 2003
Location: Bremen, Germany
Distribution: Ubuntu 9.10
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Unhappy FC6 - MLdonkey eats up all my CPU time!?

Since I updraged to FC6, MLdonkey (or anything it starts or not correctly works with) seems to eat up all my CPU time...

First off: this is NOT the
DNS resolution does not work

Somehow, when mlnet is running, some processes like '0logwatch', 'logrotate', 'search', etc. run and use up to 99% of my CPU! As soon as I stop mlnet, everything's gone! Starting again, these processes are there again - so it's not coincedence...

I tried 2 versions:
  • mldonkey-2.7.6-1.lvn5 (from the FC5 system I upgraded)
  • mldonkey-2.8.1 (self-compiled)

Both produce this issue! SELinux is disabled, so no "bad influece" from there.

Any ideas anyone??


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