I have a fresh installation of Debian Jessie, with Cinnamon and Gnome. I run it on a decent computer with the following specs:
Athlon II x3, 6GB DDR2, 2GB SWAP (swapiness minimum), 600GB SATA HDD (new), Nvidia G210 with latest drivers ...
I have all latest updates and Ubuntu works well, however, Debian freezes for about 30-120 seconds when I start some applications. I am able to move my mouse, but not able to click anything.
I have tried rebooting and re-installing
Debian but the issue still persists.
It would appear that sometimes the computer runs slowly, but only on
Debian Jessie. I am able to run Windows with only a few problems such as a
DPC latency issue. However, a reboot fixes the problem.
I forgot to mention that
Debian Jessie is unable to hibernate. It hangs on a black screen indicating there is no video signal. Only issuing a hard-shutdown works.
I captured this in
dmesg 15 minutes before the error:
[45967.243270] perf interrupt took too long (2517 > 2500), lowering kernel.perf_event_max_sample_rate to 50000