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Old 13th May 2006, 04:07 PM
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udevd consuming lot of CPU

I am running Fedora Core 4 on a Dell PowerEdge 1750. Recently, I have noticed (from running the top command) that the udevd process is consuming a lot of CPU - approximately 30%. I have never seen this process taking so much of CPU before.

- What could be causing this?
- Is this an hardware issue?
- How do I resolve it?

Thanks for your time.

svangati.
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Old 13th May 2006, 04:14 PM
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Here are a couple of details:

- Kernel version: 2.6.11
- udev version: 058-1
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