Once in a while I observe the Jitsi process to "go crazy". CPU usage
goes up to 100% (slowing down the whole system). It seems, that the
process spins/busy-waits for something, but I have no idea what the
cause might be.
This behavior might even occur, if there are not open chats or calls.
The process run just fine, and suddenly, my system slows down, the fan
is speeding up (making a lot of noise) and I can observe the Jitsi
process to be at 100% user CPU usage blocking a whole core (it's
actually 25% CPU usage as I am on a 4 core machine).
I know of one issue that I have not been able to reproduce which is
related to IRC. Specifically (IIRC) with existing IRC connections after
the system comes back from suspend/stand-by. What happens is that
instead of waiting for the next data from an IRC connection, it keeps
reading 0. Damencho sent me a screenshot some time ago where he
investigated it a bit.
Does any of this match your situation? I.e. do you have active IRC
connections? Did your computer/notebook wake up from suspend? (Maybe an
issue with network connectivity?)
From reading your description, I get the impression that it happens
spontaneously. Without you making any changes to the system's state. Is
Also, can you describe us which protocols / types of accounts you are using?
Restarting Jisti usually (but not always) resolves the issue. Btw: I am
running Jitsi on Debian.
If completely exiting Jitsi and starting it anew does not fix the issue,
then I'm quite certain that it is no issue I have encountered. So in
that case, any additional information is welcome
On 22-09-15 11:16, Matthias J. Sax wrote:
Any help would be highly appreciated!
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