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Do you have an iphone connected to the computer? This happens to me whenever I connect my iphone to it. Linux arjun-thinkpad 4.4.7-1-lts #1 SMP Thu Apr 14 17:26:39 CEST 2016 x86_64 GNU/Linux


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I tried setting up alias for cpulimit -l 50 ffmpeg in .bashrc alias ffmpegl = "cpulimit -l 50 ffmpeg" and then used it in my script with the following code to source aliases shopt -s expand_aliases source /home/your_user/.bashrc Now i can use cpulimit with ffmpeg anywhere inside the script for multiple commands using the alias. Tested on scientific ...


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Solution: Activate the Windows 10 guest with a licence key for windows 10 pro and then the VM will be able to utilize all the CPU core that you assigned to it from the Linux host.


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Forget about real mode, that's just a detail of the x86 architecture and it's just there for compatibility with 1980's processors. The processor indeed has a flag that indicates the current privilege level. The details of that flag vary between processor types but to keep things simple just think of it as two settings: user and kernel. There are processor ...


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I have created a script, kill-process, that kills some processes listed in an array, if CPU usage is greater than XX% for YY seconds or kill processes that's running more than ZZ seconds. You can set XX, YY, ZZ in the top of the file. You can use a ps or top for check processes. There's a dry run mode too, to check but not kill. In the end, the script ...


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My knowledge about Linux Kernel is very limited and and how to tweak it. I kept googling after I posted and stumbled upon another kernel boot parameter nr_cpus here and after I set this to 2 (Number of CPUs) in my VM, I now only see 2 rcuos and rcuoc processes. This is what worked for me. Edit /etc/default/grub and add nr_cpus=2 in the line for ...



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