UNSOLVED Troubleshooting Steps?
Hi, I’ve been looking for a good reference for troubleshooting and haven’t found one. I’ve been having some issues with MM resource usage building over time (slowdowns, TOP output showing CPU usage > 100%, etc). The standard clock module gets slow and it starts skipping 5-10 seconds at a time (not that it’s jumping in time, it’s just taking that long for that particular module to update). This will usually start happening within 24 hours of a MM restart, and resets when I reset MM (pm2 reset MM).
I’d like to do the work myself, but where to start? No meaningful output in the logs. Nothing useful in the developer console on the browser when looking at MM in a browser window, unless I’m not looking in the right place here.
Some other weirdness - when MM is running slowly on my directly attached monitor, a browser on a network connected computer rendering the same MM will not be running slowly.
Any general troubleshooting steps to look at? I see there are a number of electron processes running but I don’t know how many there should be.
uname -a Linux innsmouth 5.13.0-40-generic #45~20.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Mon Apr 4 09:38:31 UTC 2022 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Running the following modules:
Looking to get into module development but trying to figure some other stuff out before I do that. Appreciate the help!
@themox the fact that the remote browser is ok means that is some issue with the local browser.
top should show chromium tasks as the busiest.
if you look at the logs, both the terminal session where npm start is done and the browser side console u might see something.
after 24 hours seems to indicate an update refresh kind of thing
@themox do you have pages set to auto rotate?
@sdetweil My reply keeps getting flagged as spam so I can’t write a longer response. Bottom line, yes.
This forum is the worst. I can’t write a useful response because it gets flagged as spam. I can’t attach any document with copy & paste able text in it because only pictures are allowed. See attached for a screenshot of the response I wrote originally.
What am I doing that is getting flagged as spam? I think the spam bot AI needs some tweaking.
@themox I don’t know. been quite a while since I’ve seen any spam posting issues.