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Help [Resolved] Deepin-anything 100% CPU
Since I update to 15.9 I am having problems that the deepin-anything process occupies 100 of the cpu and the file searches do not work correctly either, searching I found that this process indexes files for faster searches, did any have the same problem? could solve?
I have noticed it for a couple of months now, but it has not given me any problem, it lasts a couple of minutes running intensively and then "leaves the processor alone".
I use conky to monitor the system and what I have observed on my computer is that deepin-anything uses 100% of one of the 4 processor cores, but the overall percentage of use of the processor does not exceed 30%. Also the system load (load average) does not have a significant impact, my computer continues to run smoothly and I do not notice any performance problems. I have also not noticed excessive use of the hard drive.
My processor is an AMD FX-4100, I have 8 GB of RAM and the hard disk is 120GB solid state, the newest is the SSD and it is about 4 years old so it is not a fast SSD, the rest already have almost 7 years.
So does mine too ....
I am currently using version 20.1 of Deepin and one of the processor cores was also fired to 100% and it remains like that for a while with the deepin-anything-tool process. According to the official site, it is an ultra-fast file search tool similar to what Windows does: deepin-anything-tool repo
Fact in passing: it started doing it about half an hour after using the search function and I had to run the following command:
sudo kill -9 [process PID]
and so I could stop it because I had the fans of the notebook to full.