Description of problem:
Fedora is quite slow on old systems. Ram usage is high, especially for Firefox. After pushing power button, fedora takes about a minute to reach s3 state, and Opensuse with more tabs open in firefox goes to s3 after 4 seconds
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Get older system with release date of <2007 and <4G ram
2.install fedora 28 and Opensuse leap 15
3.open 8 or more tabs on Firefox, try suspending system when booted into both OSes, and using it for work for an hour. Opensuse seems to handle it a lot better
Firefox in fedora isn't very responsive, and way more responsive on Opensuse. Ram usage is much higher for fedora, and fedora load avg suffers
Firefox should preform about the same on both systems, and should be more responsive
If I can debug any of this, please tell me.
What is the s3 state? Ah, according to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UnderstandingSuspend it is the suspend state.
I wonder why you filed your bug in connection with the package gnome-do.
Is your problem in general with Fedora? Or is it specific to gnome-do?
It is a general problem with fedora. Sorry about the package name. I'll change it
Fixed in latest update, my system is now super responsive with fedora. Closed