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Description of problem:
The PRI section in top shows wrong priority for artsd: 18446744073709551565. I'm not sure if the problem is in the kernel, artsd or psutils. These are the versions of these packages on my system:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Simply run top and see the PRI column for artsd
The package which contains the "top" command is procps.
$ rpm -qf `which top`
"psutils" is a package that contains utilities for PostScript documents.
Have you restarted the daemon and noticed the behavior is consistent (the value
is the same no matter what)? Did you upgrade to 9 or did you do a fresh install?
Sorry about psutils - my mistake ("dummy mode on" I guess)...
procps is 2.0.11-6 but I doubt the problem is in it...
I killed the daemon and started it manually - the priority was OK: 15
The situation repeats when I start X via "startx" though.
I made a clear install of 9 (didn't upgrade)...
it looks like a bug in procps and probably was fixed in 2.0.11-7 or newer.
Yes, this is the negative prio thing. It should be fixed in rawhide.
Thank you guys...
Should I change the status of this bug to resolve ( RAWHIDE )?
if you've verified it fixed, yes.