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soffice.bin at 22% cpu - any thoughts, fixes?

Using top, 15-22%, peaking at >50%; 3% mem (150MB). Caused by a blinking cursor inside a 500 page document.

Restarting LO drops the usage by half (I picked that up here) and the figure in title is after restart. This is an old problem from way back, but it seems that the problem continues.

I've marked it for writer as no other modules have been tested.

Brand new install, new profile, new OS.

Debian, LO-4.4.3.2

:~$ uname -a
Linux AVLinux 3.12.19avl2-pae #4 SMP PREEMPT Mon Jun 16 22:55:48 EDT 2014 i686 GNU/Linux

soffice.bin at 22% 44% cpu - any thoughts, fixes?

Using top, 15-22%, 30-44%, peaking at >50%; 99%; 3% mem (150MB). Caused by Just a blinking cursor inside a 500 page document.

Restarting LO drops the usage by half (I picked that up here) and the figure in title is after restart. ). This is an old problem from way back, but it seems that the problem continues.

I've marked it for writer 'writer' as no other modules have been tested.

Brand new install, new profile, new OS.

Debian, LO-4.4.3.2

:~$ uname -a
Linux AVLinux 3.12.19avl2-pae #4 SMP PREEMPT Mon Jun 16 22:55:48 EDT 2014 i686 GNU/Linux

soffice.bin at 44% cpu under Debian - any thoughts, fixes?

Using top, 30-44%, Just a cursor inside a 500 page document is causing 30-44% cpu, peaking at 99%; 3% mem (150MB). Just a blinking cursor inside a 500 page document.(150MB) (figures obtained using top).

Restarting LO drops the usage by half (I picked that up here). This is an old problem from way back, but it seems that the problem continues.

I've marked it for 'writer' as no other modules have been tested.

Brand new install, new profile, new OS.

Debian, LO-4.4.3.2

:~$ uname -a
Linux AVLinux 3.12.19avl2-pae #4 SMP PREEMPT Mon Jun 16 22:55:48 EDT 2014 i686 GNU/Linux

soffice.bin at 44% cpu under Debian - any thoughts, fixes?Debian6.0, peaking at 99%

Just a cursor inside a 500 page document is causing 30-44% cpu, peaking at 99%; 3% mem (150MB) (figures obtained using top).

Restarting LO drops the usage by half (I picked that up here). This is an old problem from way back, but it seems that the problem continues.

I've marked it for 'writer' as no other modules have been tested.

Brand new install, new profile, new OS.

Debian, LO-4.4.3.2

:~$ uname -a
Linux AVLinux 3.12.19avl2-pae #4 SMP PREEMPT Mon Jun 16 22:55:48 EDT 2014 i686 GNU/Linux

soffice.bin at 44% cpu under Debian6.0, Debian 6.0, peaking at 99%

Just a cursor inside a 500 page document is causing 30-44% cpu, peaking at 99%; 3% mem (150MB) (figures obtained using top).

Restarting LO drops the usage by half (I picked that up here). This is an old problem from way back, but it seems that the problem continues.

I've marked it for 'writer' as no other modules have been tested.

Brand new install, new profile, new OS.

Debian, LO-4.4.3.2

:~$ uname -a
Linux AVLinux 3.12.19avl2-pae #4 SMP PREEMPT Mon Jun 16 22:55:48 EDT 2014 i686 GNU/Linux

soffice.bin at 44% cpu under Debian 6.0, peaking at 99%

Just a cursor inside a 500 page document is causing 30-44% cpu, peaking at 99%; 3% mem (150MB) (figures obtained using top).

Restarting LO drops the usage by half (I picked that up here). This is an old problem from way back, but it seems that the problem continues.

I've marked it for 'writer' as no other modules have been tested.

Brand new install, new profile, new OS.

Debian, LO-4.4.3.2

:~$ uname -a
Linux AVLinux 3.12.19avl2-pae #4 SMP PREEMPT Mon Jun 16 22:55:48 EDT 2014 i686 GNU/Linux