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hardcoreUFO 2007-08-28 07:24 AM

CPU use in sneaky peeks
I've noticed over the last few days that a few minutes of browsing results in OW pegging my CPU. Happens very often, and does not go away even after closing all windows; restarting OW is required. I'm always using the latest sneaky peek on PPC.

Terry 2007-08-28 07:22 PM

OW tends to use a lot of CPU on my iMac G5 PPC as well, but usually after several days of not closing it.

My iMac is on 24/7 since I use it to control my home automation, so I never close OW unless I start getting the high CPU usage.

JKT 2007-08-29 02:37 PM

Terry - are you using the 5.6 sps or 5.5.4? 5.5.4 has a known issue with JS garbage collection that causes it to hog CPU.

hardcoreUFO, have you run a sample when this is happening to see if it contains any clues?

Terry 2007-08-29 02:59 PM

[QUOTE=JKT;20189]Terry - are you using the 5.6 sps or 5.5.4?[/QUOTE]

Always the latest 5.6 sneaky peek.

Right now it's been one whole day since I restarted OW and there is no CPU hogging at all. In a few more days this will probably change.

JKT 2007-08-30 01:19 PM

Well, I hope you are sending OmniGroup in samples performed when this happens (and e.g. the Workspace you are using at the time, if itsn't private). It isn't something I have come across, but I tend to quit OmniWeb at least once each day.

hardcoreUFO 2007-08-31 07:05 AM

Its official: OW Sneaky Peeks are unusable, at least on my machine, as of the last couple days. I have to restart every couple minutes due to excessive CPU use. I have been sampling the processes and sending them to Omni (I have no idea how to interpret them myself).

JKT 2007-08-31 10:31 AM

Have you tried the usual suspects of deleting the history files and caches for OmniWeb?

Ilgaz 2007-08-31 02:23 PM

Adobe somehow managed to (!) make Flash plugin use MORE CPU while it is using (finally!) openGL acceleration.

At least here. Any browser.

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