Dde-dock memory usage is too high

r9lolmh0r 9 Days+ 1

1. Problem/Recommendation Description After starting the system, dde-dock always takes up a lot of memory until it crashes. After killing, dde-dock continues to occupy memory. 2. How to reproduce the problem after updating the latest system update. Start the system 3. Problem recurrence frequency 100% log always brush 2019-02-04, 14:02:14.522 [Debug ] [ 0] org.kde.StatusNotifierWatcher SNI watcher daemon started, register dock to watcher as SNI Host2019-02- 04, 14:02:15.780 [Debug ] [ 0] org.kde.StatusNotifierWatcher SNI watcher daemon started, register dock to watcher as SNI Host2019-02-04, 14:02:17.072 [Debug ] [ 0] org.kde. StatusNotifierWatcher SNI watcher daemon started, register dock to watcher as SNI Host2019-02-04, 14:02:18.149 [Debug ] [ 0] org.kde.StatusNotifierWatcher SNI watcher daemon started, register dock to watcher as SNI Host2019-02-04 , 14:02:19.456 [Debug ] [ 0] org.kde.StatusNotifierWatcher SNI watcher daemon started, register dock to watcher as SNI Host2019-02-04, 14:02:20.678 [DebUg ] [ 0] org.kde.StatusNotifierWatcher SNI watcher daemon started, register dock to watcher as SNI Host2019-02-04, 14:02:21.901 [Debug ] [ 0] org.kde.StatusNotifierWatcher SNI watcher daemon started, register dock To watcher as SNI Host2019-02-04, 14:02:21.971 [Warning] [ 0] Empty filename passed to function2019-02-04, 14:02:21.978 [Warning] [ 0] Empty filename passed to function2019-02- 04, 14:02:21.990 [Warning] [ 0] Empty filename passed to function2019-02-04, 14:02:22.034 [Warning] [ 0] Empty filename passed to function2019-02-04, 14:02:22.040 [ Warning] [ 0] Empty filename passed to function2019-02-04, 14:02:22.053 [Warning] [ 0] Empty filename passed to function2019-02-04, 14:02:22.098 [Warning] [ 0] Empty filename passed To function2019-02-04, 14:02:22.105 [Warning] [ 0] Empty filenaMe passed to function memory can occupy more than 10 g. Operating system: deepin desktop environment: dde updated 15.9.2 today, asking for the same. By the way, the feedback from deepin seems to be useless, and it is still pending review. Link https://feedback.deepin.org/feedback/detail/24094
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  • it5j7ke7 9 Days+
    0 Quote 2Floor
    Through the task manager, you can find that two dde-docks are turned on, one is normal and the other is mad. Killing the one that takes up memory will restart a new one. At present, the memory is suspended, can be used later, and the functions are not affected.
  • ffslqf0m9 9 Days+
    0 Quote 3Floor
    Through the task manager, you can find that two dde-docks are turned on, one is normal and the other is mad. Killing the one that takes up memory will restart a new one. At present, the memory is suspended, can be used later, and the functions are not affected.
  • peiny25md 9 Days+
    0 Quote 4Floor
    @electricface is still an old problem
  • g8gawkl1wf 9 Days+
    0 Quote 5Floor
    You need to upgrade the system, use the command line sudo apt update && sudo apt dist-upgrade to see the log because the panic caused by the dpms module missing x has been fixed in the 3.23.0 version of dde-daemon.
  • 4yappicba 9 Days+
    0 Quote 6Floor
    Wait a moment, you need to repackage the dde-daemon, wait for the update to be updated.
  • xe9pdumyq 9 Days+
    0 Quote 7Floor
    I have updated to 15.9.2 before, and now the check has not been updated. And dde-daemon is already the latest version. Dde-daemon is already the latest version (3.23.0-1). Copy code
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