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Re: bash and CSRSS consuming 100% of CPU

On Mon, Jun 19, 2006 at 05:28:04PM +0100, Dave Korn wrote:
>On 19 June 2006 17:13, wrote:
>> p.s.  To answer Brett's question:  Yes, I am running virus and spyware
>> protection software.  I run Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition, Program
>> version and scan engine  I run this at least once a
>> week and I keep the virus definition file up-to-date (currently have
>> version 6/14/2006 rev. 35).  I also run (at least once a week) Webroot Spy
>> Sweeper, Program Version 4.5.3 (Build 560) with spyware definitions v 701,
>> last updated 6/16/06.  I ran both of these Friday night on the affected
>> machine, and it came up clean.       
>  10 to 1 it's Symantec doing it.  Can you thoroughly disable it and try

OTOH, it is probably this:

    Cygwin DLL version info:
        DLL version: 1.5.19
        DLL epoch: 19
        DLL bad signal mask: 19005
        DLL old termios: 5
        DLL malloc env: 28
        API major: 0
        API minor: 150
        Shared data: 4
        DLL identifier: cygwin1
        Mount registry: 2
        Cygnus registry name: Cygnus Solutions
        Cygwin registry name: Cygwin
        Program options name: Program Options
        Cygwin mount registry name: mounts v2
        Cygdrive flags: cygdrive flags
        Cygdrive prefix: cygdrive prefix
        Cygdrive default prefix: 
        Build date: Fri Jan 20 13:28:43 EST 2006
        CVS tag: cr-0x5ef
        Shared id: cygwin1S4

i.e., this isn't a snapshot version of the DLL.

Is it possible that the OP transferred things into, e.g., c:\cygwin\usr\bin
rather than c:\cygwin\bin?


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