Thursday, February 18, 2010

Another reason not to use voice

A couple of times today I've been on and found that voice was enabled. Going over to a shell window and running "top" showed that SLVoice was eating all the CPU cycles on one processor core. I disabled voice... and SLVoice was still running. I exited the SL client... and SLVoice was still running, and now using up almost all the CPU cycles on both processor cores. kill -9, and away it went. Good riddance.

The SL client uses enough of my computer already.

3 comments:

Danball Tureaud said...

Odd, that doesn't happen on my computer.

Melissa Yeuxdoux said...

Are you running 64-bit?

Danball Tureaud said...

Yes, I am running 64bit Windows 7