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What is this metal rail in the basement ceiling Detect MS Windows Compactness of the open and closed unit intervals Why do CDs and DVDs fill up from the centre outwards? However, when copying files between two external hard drives, I notice 2 "mount.ntfs" processes running and one of them would use 80%+ CPU aprox, according to "top". Finally found the reason - large files (40GB). Oh people of the future who find this thread and have the same issue, you might be out of luck. http://justjoomla.net/high-cpu/w3wp-exe-high-cpu-iis.html

Zoke (ogmuk) wrote on 2013-03-21: #86 Apparently the fix only worked for about an hour and then the ~95% CPU spikes error returned. nicolas kleinklaus (nknico) wrote on 2011-11-07: #61 This bug is horribly annoying when using ubuntu installed with Wubi on a NTFS partition. Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes #1 18th November 2009, 04:50 AM dd_wizard Online Registered User Join Date: Sep 2009 Posts: 1,918 High CPU usage for mount.ntfs? Shock (mmiron) on 2010-09-15 Changed in ntfs-3g (Ubuntu): status: Incomplete → Confirmed Mikko Korkalo (keitsi) wrote on 2010-10-14: #36 I maybe have the same problem on 10.04.1 LTS When moving files

Mount.ntfs High Cpu

You may get involved, Rahul, as the bug only seems to be reproducible with a bit torrent client. Starts at 500kB/s , i really can't find any fix for this problem !! Jean-Pierre (jean-pierre-andre) wrote on 2010-10-21: #41 So check the conditions listed on http://www.tuxera.com/community/ntfs-3g-faq/#highcpu If the issue mainly appears on big files or fragmented partitions, upgrading to an advanced version from http://www.tuxera.com/community/ntfs-3g-advanced/ How does changing metrics help to find solutions to a partial differential equation?

This caused it to write big chunks, rather than smaller chunks. I have 2 hard drives, each of them has 1 ntfs and 1 ext4. Very annoying, i'm using Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric. I don't know if there is a bug report, to be honest I don't really care much for Transmission so I'd sooner switch to something else than register and file a

Any ideas for testing before I file this bug? We traced it down to a Windows7 machine doing a Sunday night backup to our server. pv without big writes is CPU bound at 90 MiB/s, so Nemo seems to be the main culprit in my case. How much disk space do you have on your NTFS partition ?

I have experienced this issue before but never this badly. Copying ~6 GB, 5 files to a 8GB ntfs usb stick throws my load WAY up to 6-7. The transfer rate is 7 MB/s. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group.

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What is [migration/x]?5CPU usage goes to 100% when I lock the screen0Ubuntu 12.04 high CPU usage and high temperature1High CPU Usage Causes Server Power Off12What is causing Ubuntu on MacBook Pro not even 1 DVD can be downloaded completely. Mount.ntfs High Cpu I agree that it's bizarre that this bug has persisted for so long without a fix, especially since (in my experience) it make Wubi unuseable. Copying via pv < source_file > dest_file is faster and not CPU bound, around 130 MiB/s.

URL: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. http://justjoomla.net/high-cpu/xorg-using-high-cpu.html I'm guessing installing Ubuntu on an NTFS partition would be a mistake. Out of the Windows filesystems, FAT32 should have best performance in Linux. Downloading using Transmission a DVD ISO of CentOS and storing the downloaded file to an NTFS drive (either internal or via USB).

However, perhaps I should take compiling more seriously. And remount. Why does the U-2 use a chase car when landing? http://justjoomla.net/high-cpu/wuauserv-high-cpu.html Is there any term for this when a movie doesn't end as its plot suggests?

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Interview for postdoc position via Skype Dealing cards, derangements, and probability: Is the Riddler Express solution incorrect? Did not occur to me in Jaunty as far as I can remember macleapa (jp-maclean) wrote on 2010-03-14: #20 I have same problem. I noticed because Rythmbox and other programs that access the external hard disk (NTFS filesystem) got sluggish. This file causes the ntfs-3g driver to go into a spin and use 99% cpu.

Pauldb (polichinel8) wrote on 2011-11-07: #60 I'm also affected with this bug, every time I use Transmission to download on my NTFS partition, CPU usage goes 100%... Alexander Amelkin (spirit-rc) wrote on 2010-10-28: #43 I've backported ntfs-3g 2010.8.8 and fuse 2.8.4 from Maverick (took them from http://packages.ubuntu.com) and now it looks like the system doesn't freeze anymore, but When I was running Windows XP, I never noticed anywhere near 100% usage when access the Hard drive heavily. Check This Out Any solution?

perryizgr8 (perryizgr8-gmail) wrote on 2010-04-01: #21 problem here too with transmission inside wubi downloading an iso to the host ntfs partition. and then rechecked using ntfsck. Thanks! This is not my area of expertise. __________________ Rahul http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/RahulSundaram RahulSundaram View Public Profile Find all posts by RahulSundaram #10 18th November 2009, 10:10 PM dd_wizard Online Registered User

Last edited by Wug; March 8th, 2012 at 09:24 AM. From what I hear even native partition likes like Ext3/4 maybe have high cpu usage issues. I thought it was the solaris 10 installer being slow, but infact it was mount.ntfs killing the CPU. Since this is the root directory doing this I doubt I can unmount as suggested above.