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|ID||Category||Severity||Reproducibility||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000631||[SkyOS 5.0 - Beta]||minor||always||2005-01-31 01:24||2005-03-11 10:31|
|Summary||0000631: Task Manager shows strange memory behavior|
#1. After running firefox for a while, I realized that the system was getting super slow. I went into the task manager and killed off probably 10 processes of firefox.
The task manager started to count down from my total memory and didn't stop untill I rebooted.
Athlon 64 3200+
Vesa 2.0 (6800gt)
0000002. I noticed after ending firefox normally one time that my memory started to freak out under the task manager. It started from 0kb and went all the way past my 1GB to some impossibily big number like 8884985953.
I was able to catch the last few seconds of this.
http://ordorica.org/skyos/memory.avi [^] (Divx 5.1.1)
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I have figured out how to reproduce the countdown behavior on my machine each time. Click to change the milliseconds and then click cancel on the popup. After doing so the memory in the bottom left starts counting down for no apparent reason. Also, the task manager goes into it's own infinite loop/100% cpu usage.
Another problem related to this is some very strange characters I see in the milliseconds box. Here is a picture.
|2005-01-31 01:24||hechacker1||New Issue|
|2005-02-02 10:08||hechacker1||Note Added: 0000449|
|2005-03-11 10:31||robert||Status||new => resolved|
|2005-03-11 10:31||robert||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2005-03-11 10:31||robert||Assigned To||=> robert|
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