[plug] process keeps running
info at sbts.com.au
Thu Oct 15 05:23:27 UTC 2015
This would be in /etc/fstab in a line like
/dev/disk/by-id/ata-WDC_WD50000AAKS-22YGA0_WD-WCA-S87853406-part2 / ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1
The best thing to do would be run
blkid | grep '2:'
it should give you a result like....
/dev/sdb2: LABEL="Sys_Backup" UUID="c54a5134-0799-47bb-a572-64624180ce98" TYPE="ext4"
Using the UUID you got from the last command edit the fstab line to
UUID="c54a5134-0799-47bb-a572-64624180ce98" / ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1
NOTE: your existing fstab entry may be different from this example.
All you are trying to do is replace the /dev/disk/by-id/foo with UUID=bar
On 13/10/15 06:40, Jon Miller wrote:
> Hi David,
> Thought I would try to boot this HDD again since I've now put it in a
> similar system.
> on bootup it stops at the mounting of the drive.
> stating things like:
> Waiting for device
> /dev/disk/by-id/ata-WDC_WD50000AAKS-22YGA0_WD-WCA-S87853406-part2 to
> So some how SuSE uses the HDD by id parameter.
> Where would I find this information.
> Should I just rim it out to get pass the issue.
> Sent from Outlook <http://aka.ms/Ox5hz3>
> On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 6:09 PM -0700, "David Godfrey"
> <info at sbts.com.au <mailto:info at sbts.com.au>> wrote:
> Hi Jon,
> Seems a bit strange....
> Does it happen immediately on login, or after some other application
> is run?
> Try running htop via ssh and putting it in tree view (F5)
> You can then search for the calculator process and if you are lucky
> see what the parent process was.
> There are other view options for htop that may be helpful here as well.
> Using ssh to do this has some side effects that may be useful.
> * You can hopefully view the ssh terminal on a large screen with
> lots of lines, so it's easier to see what is happening
> * When the system crashes, you can always see what was on the
> console still (saved me more than once)
> * It may only be the GUI that crashes, you may still have full
> control of the system via ssh.
> * htop will show you memory and cpu usage, so you will have more
> info on what caused the crash.
> I can envisage this being caused by a number of things, including a
> faulty keyboard or some device that is being seen as a keyboard (if
> there is a hotkey configured on the system to start calculator).
> It may be worth changing the keyboard/mouse and unplugging all other
> peripherals and see if this fixes the issue.
> Give us a little more information on what has happened on the machine
> since boot until the crash.
> Also how quickly do the multiple calculators get opened?
> David G
> On 09/10/15 19:14, Jon Miller wrote:
>> I'm having an issue where a process (calculator) will load to 84 times on
>> the desktop and cause the system to freeze.
>> Any idea how to find what is making this load?
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