[K12OSN] verynice won't control python
ascensiontech at gmail.com
Mon Nov 14 04:04:11 UTC 2005
Thanks for getting back to me. Unfortunately, none of that worked. I
have a feeling this has to do with the convoluted way that I got this
working. When I install childsplay and pygame with yum everything
looks good but it won't actually run. Running from the command line I
[admin at k12linux ~]$ /usr/lib/python2.3/site-packages/pygame/base.so:
cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Childsplay depends on pygame.
You must first install the pygame package.
Due to the fact that this package has some tricky
dependencies, you better install the one that came with your distribution.
Mind you it's there and base.so has no permissions problems. So, I
installed pygame from source, picked up it's x86_64 deps and installed
your RPM with -nodeps since it wouldn't see pygame in lib64. Pygame
is now in /usr/lib64/python2.3/site-packages/. I tried installing
childsplay from source but I only get two of the games. One of which
is the cpu offenders and it remains to be so. I bet if I use your k12
pygame and childsplay the cpu problem will go away. Why is it that
they aren't working together for me? Any help you could give would be
great. The kids freakin' LOVE this game.
On 11/13/05, Eric Harrison <eharrison at mail.mesd.k12.or.us> wrote:
> On Sat, 12 Nov 2005, Peter Hartmann wrote:
> > I have bad situation involving Childsplay. In particular, when the
> > game top row, 5th from the left is played, the cpu usage for that
> > users python process goes up to about 90%. I added this to
> > verynice.conf and restarted verynice:
> > hungryexe "/usr/bin/childsplay"
> > hungryexe "/usr/bin/python"
> > It has no effect on python. What's going on here, do you know?
> > Thanks,
> > Peter
> I don't see the same problem on my server. But here are
> a few things to try:
> 1) If you want childsplay to always run "nice", edit the
> script /usr/bin/childsplay and change it from:
> python /usr/lib/childsplay/childsplay.py $* &
> nice python /usr/lib/childsplay/childsplay.py $* &
> 2) Try out the latest version of childsplay, which I'm
> getting ready to add to the next minor release of K12LTSP:
> 3) It may make a difference if your verynice.conf has
> "python" rather than "/usr/bin/python", and you probably
> want it as a "badexe" rather than "hungryexe":
> badexe "python"
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