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RE: NetworkManager vpn eats the CPU



service NetworkManager stop
service NetworkManagerDispatcher stop
service NetworkManager start
service NetworkManagerDispatcher start

and reconnected. Cpu stayed low. Wonder what would have made it peg like
that...

> FC5 on a X41 thinkpad tablet.
> 
> I got Network Manager running fine with my wireless networks and setup two
> openvpn configs, one to a server that's here in my house for when I'm home
> and one public one for when I'm roaming.
> 
> The problem I'm noticing is that whenever I have the vpn connected
> "nm-openvpn-service" eats up all the CPU. It doesn't interfere with the
> usage of any applications because it's priority is 25, but I know it's not
> necessary for it to take up that much on the cpu.
> 
> I'm guessing this is a NetworkManager "monitor" that watches what's going
> on
> with the openvpn connection.
> 
> Any ideas on why it eats up the cpu and how to get it to calm down?
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> 
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