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HPUX CDE : dtgreet consumes 100% cpu when m/c hibernated

mhdileep
Occasional Visitor

HPUX CDE : dtgreet consumes 100% cpu when m/c hibernated

HI
if we connect a unix machine using ReflectionX in windows m/c and hibernate it, then after certain time, dtgreet occupies 100% CPU utilization.
I think this happens because the control loops inside a library called libXt.so.1, because when we hibernate the network is disconnected abruptly. please correct me if my understanding is wrong.


Can anyone please help!!!!
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Shibin_2
Honored Contributor

Re: HPUX CDE : dtgreet consumes 100% cpu when m/c hibernated

Of course, when you do hibernate network disconnects. And the process at your UNIX side will wait for it.

What is your actual question now?
Regards
Shibin
mhdileep
Occasional Visitor

Re: HPUX CDE : dtgreet consumes 100% cpu when m/c hibernated

Thanks for response..
yes you are right, when network disconnects the process should wait. But in this situation the process is consuming 100% cpu.
The consumption of cpu can be checked by top command.

the process should wait till some time and then kill ifself after timeout, but when i analysed the errno is set to ETIMEOUT after certain time but it is not handled anywhere.
and the control is looping very fast inside a function called XtWaitForSomething and consuming 100% cpu.
VILAS NAR
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Re: HP CDE : dtgreet consumes 100% cpu when m/c hibernated


mhdileep wrote:
Thanks for response..
yes you are right, when network disconnects the process should wait. But in this situation the process is consuming 100% cpu.
The consumption of cpu can be checked by top command.

the process should wait till some time and then kill ifself after timeout, but when i analysed the errno is set to ETIMEOUT after certain time but it is not handled anywhere.
and the control is looping very fast inside a function called XtWaitForSomething and consuming 100% cpu.


Sir

Can i kill the dtgreet process , consumes 100% cpu