so I'm curious I'm running cm 10 and I was wondering if there was a way to keep background processes at just 4, I don't really use more then that at a time....
I am running an application which is very timing sensitive, and which has to be ran for quite a time just for precise [average] values to be determined.
But, as I am aware of, there are interfering processes here and there in the background, which jobs are to enrich the experience of the user -- such as update notifications (happens once a day), backup-management reminders (happens once in a wh
I am trying to do safe process killing for salvaging memory. Is it safe to kill all background processes in a an activity by calling either ActivityManager.killBackgroundProcesses or IActivityManager.killAllBackgroundProcesses? I know it is painful in case one of the killed processes needs to be restarted, but is it safe?
I know that you can connect to various background processes to watch their console output, but is there a way to view the output of all processes at once? Likely it would scroll quickly and be hard to read, but is it possible?
Im using BootUp Manager (bum) to control auto-start processes on Ubuntu 12.04. I have stopped Apache2 from starting automatically using bum. The problem is, today I have found that sql server is always running in the back. I can not alter auto-start settings for MYSQL from bum.
Why I can not see any entry for MySQL in bum, moreover does sql needed by the Ubuntu OS itself for its own processes ?
I'm trying to chase a bug on a Rails site and I've noticed that there are recurring Ruby processes which are hogging CPU and won't go away. I'd like to suss out what's starting them and how to either stop them or give them the resources they need to complete and get their work done.
Background: The server is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. Ruby is 1.9.2-p290.