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Old 08-15-2012, 03:04 PM   #1
linfax
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S1337 cpu monitor during "pupsave"l


While I am working with S1337 for long periods it eventually comes up at the top of the screen saying "pupsave" in an orange box. The system locks me out for a while, and the cpu monitor shows lots of activity, with a mix of blue and purple sections. What do the blue/purple sections indicate?

(I also notice that when I first boot I get a similar orange dialog box, and the cpu monitor goes completely blue (no purple) for a long time - what does this indicate please?

See attached pic for the cpu monitor during the mid-session "pupsave" phase
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Old 08-17-2012, 05:54 AM   #2
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If you're running out of room, you can easily install Studio 13.37 to your hard drive. Just make sure you have an empty partition, use the Universal Installer to install it there, and then run the Grub Legacy Config program.

You can also try resizing your savefile (Utility -> Resize personal storage file), moving to a different partition (such as the other partition on your usb stick) if necessary.

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Old 08-20-2012, 01:45 PM   #3
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I don't think I have a size issue, I think the blue/purple sections on the cpu monitor are indicating different types of activity. I'm thinking blue is probably cpu processing load and purple might be data I/O to the savefile maybe? I was trying to figure out why the behaviour is different during the two types of pupsave - the one straight after bootup shows no "purple" activity (so maybe performs no actual data transfer to the usb stick??), and the others that occur much later on during the session do show a combo of blue activity and purple activity.

I was thinking it would be nice to turn off the pupsave that occurs straight after boot time if it serves no specific purpose - it delays me getting started. (and if it isn't saving to usb stick what's the purpose of it?)

Not a biggie - just thought someone might have some thoughts.
 
Old 08-20-2012, 02:29 PM   #4
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Oh, ok.

Wasn't sure what you were getting at there.

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