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Old 12-01-2011
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Nautilus Memory take over in Linux Mint

Currently my PC is running With Linux Mint 7 which is the major Edition otherwise you called as version newest one. I have also installed the Nautilus inside my computer. Now the Nautilus is the authorized file manager designed for the GNOME desktop or interface. It supports browsing confined file systems over and above file systems obtainable from side to side the GVFS system. Now the problem is Nautilus sets off from captivating 15Mb of RAM, in the direction of 72MB? It's actually somewhat weird and wonderful. Why is it so? Is there any reason for this?
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Re: Nautilus Memory take over in Linux Mint

You necessitate to get rid of Nautilus from the session manager foremost. There are 2 methods: the straightforward technique is typing 'nautilus -q' inside a terminal window. The GUI technique is by means of going into System->Preferences->Sessions, toggle in excess of to the present Sessions tab, locating Nautilus and eliminating it from the conference. Subsequent to this, Nautilus kill be capable to be executed devoid of routinely restarting itself by the use of killall nautilus.
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Re: Nautilus Memory take over in Linux Mint

I think you should use Valgrind utility for memory hog. It is a collection of tools intended for debugging as well as profiling programs. There are 3 tools: a memory fault detector, a instance profiler, as well as a space profiler. On behalf of debugging reasons, the memory error detector is a useful implement. The mainly significant of these is the memory error detector, which follows the handling of each solitary bit inside a program, moreover cautions if there's somewhat distrustful. Valgrind can sense if memory is worn previous to it has a worth, memory is seeped out, and otherwise memory is worn two times. This formulates it perfect meant for tracking downward segmentation burdens, bus errors, as well as common memory leaks.
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Re: Nautilus Memory take over in Linux Mint

It?s not essentially obvious what type of memory management gnome-system-monitor is exposing. Certain it's in exercise, except is it cache otherwise memory habit that is not longer exploitable by additional events inside nautilus? Tip is, memory not being worn is memory shattered. In my opinion, I imagine you must spotlight on how much CPU sequences nautilus exploits as a substitute. You furthermore may possibly would like to think about receiving supplementary ram.
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Re: Nautilus Memory take over in Linux Mint

In case you distinguish the Nautilus memory convention depart sky-high inside Linux Mint (I'm not clear in your mind if this comes to pass toward the default Nautilus other than it unquestionably happens on Nautilus uncomplicated - despite the fact that it's not its error) moreover you have the Unity PPA adjoined, you can repair it as a result of taking away a solitary package:
Code:
sudo apt-get remove appmenu-gtk
One way or another the Appmenu-GTK enclose formulates Nautilus (Elementary merely?) exploit a enormous quantity of memory. Not simply that although it appears it in addition causes several immense CPU prickles.
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