Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 704880
System unresponsive with 100% cpu after attempting vncserver stop
Last modified: 2013-04-30 19:49:29 EDT
Description of problem:
When I try to stop my vncserver, system hangs with 100% cpu
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Whatever is in uptodate f14. It does not respond to vncserver -v
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Notice that screen has become unresponsive (except for mouse)
2. Notice processor utilization has jumped to 100% (on a 4 core Intel)
3. From another machine, log in using ssh and reboot machine /sbin/shutdown -r now
4. After reboot completes, log in as user.
5. Think about last thing done previously.
6. System-> Administration->Services
7. Select vncserver and click on Stop button
8. Go to step 1 here
As given above in 'Steps to Reproduce'
VNCserver should quit, Services dialog box should show vncserver stopped
The last Software Update (about a day ago) included new kernel
220.127.116.11-91.fc14.x86_64 from System Monitor->System
I think other actions besides System->Administration->Services will also trigger problem, but S->A->S was easiest to find.
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