Re: [kde-linux] monitoring konqueror degrading performance



James Richard Tyrer wrote:

How to closely monitor konqueror activity, to spot the problem?

If you open KSysGuard, you will see that if you have multiple instances
of Konqueror open that if they are all running that sometimes they have
approximately equal "User%". This is clearly not what you would want if
your were designing it. You are only using one of them at a time.

konqueror instances use approximately the same percentage of the cpu.

What you would want is for windows to be given priorities based on
whether they are minimized, whether they were on the current desktop,
and which one had focus.

How to do that?

KWin could do this if it was running with root
permissions.

How to check whether KWin is running with root permissions?



The tab issue might be able to be handled in Konqueror if each tab was
opened in a thread and they were assigned priorities based on which one
had focus.

Another thing that would help would be to have two threads for a
process. A small one to accept input and a large one to do the work.




How to do that?


Thank you for your help

---Pol

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