[Scilab-users] High processor usage of idle Scilab and SciNotes

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[Scilab-users] High processor usage of idle Scilab and SciNotes

Dear members!

After running Scilab 64 bit and SciNotes and opening a file in SciNotes, the processor load is very high.
It does not drop in idle conditions! It drops only if the SciLab is closed.

There is overconsumption of electrical energy, contiguous run of the cooler fan at maximum speed, that cause wear of the fan and need of the cooler cleaning and lubrication more often than usually.

Is it possible to decrease the processor load?

With best regards.
Viktor.

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Re: High processor usage of idle Scilab and SciNotes

Hello Viktor,

Le 05/08/2017 à 13:06, Viktor Mileikovskyi a écrit :
Dear members!

After running Scilab 64 bit and SciNotes and opening a file in SciNotes, the processor load is very high.
It does not drop in idle conditions! It drops only if the SciLab is closed.

It is exactly what i get when sometimes -- by mistake -- i open a .bin file instead of its .sci source.
Scinotes should ask for a confirmation when this occurs, in order to avoid the blocking situation.
For other regular files -- .sce, .sci, .tst, etc --, no problem on my side.

Regards
Samuel

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Dear Members!

The problem is found on Ubuntu 16.04 x64.
PC: Lenovo Ideapad Z580a. Model 20135. Processor: CoreI7 3110M.

With best regards.
Viktor.

5 серпня 2017, 14:58:18, від "Samuel Gougeon" <[hidden email]>:

Hello Viktor,

Le 05/08/2017 à 13:06, Viktor Mileikovskyi a écrit :
Dear members!

After running Scilab 64 bit and SciNotes and opening a file in SciNotes, the processor load is very high.
It does not drop in idle conditions! It drops only if the SciLab is closed.

It is exactly what i get when sometimes -- by mistake -- i open a .bin file instead of its .sci source.
Scinotes should ask for a confirmation when this occurs, in order to avoid the blocking situation.
For other regular files -- .sce, .sci, .tst, etc --, no problem on my side.

Regards
Samuel
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Dear Samuel, dear members!

Many thanks!
The problem did not found after some last automatic updates of OS. Possibly, incorrect behaviour of some system package or library. I will monitor the processor load and will write if the problem will reappear in some conditions.

With best regards.
Viktor.



5 серпня 2017, 15:15:13, від "Viktor Mileikovskyi" <[hidden email]>:

Dear Members!

The problem is found on Ubuntu 16.04 x64.
PC: Lenovo Ideapad Z580a. Model 20135. Processor: CoreI7 3110M.

With best regards.
Viktor.

5 серпня 2017, 14:58:18, від "Samuel Gougeon" <[hidden email]>:

Hello Viktor,

Le 05/08/2017 à 13:06, Viktor Mileikovskyi a écrit :
Dear members!

After running Scilab 64 bit and SciNotes and opening a file in SciNotes, the processor load is very high.
It does not drop in idle conditions! It drops only if the SciLab is closed.

It is exactly what i get when sometimes -- by mistake -- i open a .bin file instead of its .sci source.
Scinotes should ask for a confirmation when this occurs, in order to avoid the blocking situation.
For other regular files -- .sce, .sci, .tst, etc --, no problem on my side.

Regards
Samuel
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