From: Tim Cross <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Big problem: org agenda freezes my process Date: Sat, 01 May 2021 06:46:14 +1000 [thread overview] Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> (raw) In-Reply-To: <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Tory S. Anderson) writes: > I've been trying to debug a nearly show-stopping issue for a few weeks now; the > next step is a more thorough bisection of my setup, but I wanted to send this in > case anyone else experiences this or already knows the solution. > > Lately, when I try to view an orgmode agenda it seems that two things make it > cause my emacs CPU threat to spin to max and freeze up, which is a huge problem > since I'm an exwm user and live in my agenda view. As far as I've been able to > tell, when an item from today is clocked into multiple times in the same day, it > prompts most agenda actions to result in a freeze and some kind of loop that is > binding up my system. It has some gaps, so if I spam C-g I will eventually, > usually, escape given 30 seconds to 2 minutes. > > I first ran into this problem thinking it was because I had an entry with a > "+1d" note on it, so it would always show up; but inconsistent results led me to > the more precise discovery that it's apparently when it is logged in to multiple > times in the day AND when it is shown with =(org-agenda-show-log t)=, which I > had on my default. At its worst, even moving the cursor in the agenda buffer > would trigger the freezing, let alone actually clocking in/out of anything. > However, when I am not showing the log, it seems like it's ok. I've tried > =toggle-debug-on-quit" but I don't recognize anything in the stack trace that > actually tells me what it is doing when it spins to a halt. > > I'm currently on org mode version 9.3.7. I've tried with different versions but > without a change in behavior. This, combined with the fact that the issues seem > to have begun in the past month, indicates that it probably isn't orgmode itself > causing this issue, but I haven't located what it IS yet. If anyone has ideas on > how to debug this without a bisection, or an has dealt with this before, I'm > more than eager to hear it; in the meanwhile, I'll perform a more thorough > bisection of my init file as time permits. > Does the problem also occur if your not running exwm? I stopped using exwm for a very similar reason i.e. every now and then, I would try to do something and the CPU load would peak, everything would become unresponsive and either I had to wait (for minutes) or start killing things to try and get back control. Probably first thing to do is see if you can reproduce the issue without exwm. If you can, the next thing to do would be to come up with a minimal org config and recipe to reproduce as this will allow others here to try and help debug the issue. BTW I gave up on exwm as I found a few issues and found it often got slow. I switched to Stumpwm (Common Lisp WM), which I found great as I was then able to have a window manager which worked like Emacs, could have same keyboard interface and could be modified 'on the fly' with lisp. I only stopped using it when I started experimenting with Wayland. -- Tim Cross
next prev parent reply other threads:[~2021-04-30 21:52 UTC|newest] Thread overview: 3+ messages / expand[flat|nested] mbox.gz Atom feed top 2021-04-30 17:59 Tory S. Anderson 2021-04-30 20:46 ` Tim Cross [this message] 2021-05-01 4:15 ` Ihor Radchenko
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