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bug#5535: 24.0.91, emacs daemon high CPU load and .xsession-errors overf

From: Sascha Wilde
Subject: bug#5535: 24.0.91, emacs daemon high CPU load and .xsession-errors overflow
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2011 12:57:05 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.0.91 (gnu/linux)

Hi *,

I'm suffering from the same problem and it is still very bad with
current builds:

- the emacs in daemon mode takes up 100% CPU
- in addition the .xsession-errors is polluted with billions of lines
  only containing "Back to top level." -- this is even worse than the
  CPU usage as it fills up the disk space with megs and gigs of useless
  messages within minutes...

Any Ideas why this is?  Dirk-Jan mentioned erc, which I'm using, too.
But basically I wonder if it wouldn't help (and might be a good idea in
general) to mute the "Back to top level." Message completely for non
interactive use?

Sascha Wilde
Hauptfunktion einer GUI ist es IMHO, die dadurch verlorene Zeit durch
einen höheren Spaß-Faktor zu kompensieren. Essentiell ein
Computerspiel.  --  Rainer Weikusat in d.c.o.u.d

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