Re: heavy activity problems

<quote who="Ali Akcaagac">

> now what has this to do with gnome after all ?
> the problem is as soon as the swap memory starts to fill (the compile in
> the background continues without any problems) and the harddisk where
> the swap is located starts to scratch then nautilus kills itself and
> restarts (i think you call it respawning).

> nautilus was started already and the memory was allocated and i don't
> see the point why it does this.

Sounds like normal operation of the OOM killer. I've had the same building
KDE with far more memory.

I'd suggest turning off respawn for Nautilus in the Sessions control panel
to stop serious performance impact on your build.

- Jeff

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