Internet works, pauses, then works again

So I made the switch to OpenSuSE from Ubuntu about....3 days ago, so
everything is new to me again, specially KDE 3.5.9.  Well I noticed
today while browsing the web that when I'm wired or wireless the
internet works fine for a while, then seems to pause and doesn't load
websites then all of a sudden it works great again.:eek:  Not a huge
deal, but kinda annoying.  Anyone have any ideas?


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7/31/2008 1:56:04 PM
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Is it possible that this is non-network related, such as a scheduled job
happening at the time of the pause slowing the entire system not just
the browser?


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Neophyte42
7/31/2008 4:26:03 PM
being new to OpenSuSE i guess it could be a program running in the
background...but its just the internet, not the OS itself, because I
was opening and running other programs til the internet kicked back
in....does that clear it up a little better? maybe, hopefully? lol


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CCBalla10
7/31/2008 9:16:03 PM
When the internet is out, try opening a command line and running the
command 'top'.  In the top command, in the top right hand corner, you
should see the word Load, with 3 numbers next to it.  What are the load
averages when your internet flickers out?

Also, check your /var/log/messages (tail -100 /var/log/messages) for
anything related to your connection (ie Link up/link down, errors,
etc).


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8/1/2008 3:06:03 PM
Code:
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    2.34, 1.30, 0.71
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Code:
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    3399 user 'austin'
  Aug  3 12:49:03 linux-bhxw gconfd (austin-3399): Resolved address "xml:readonly:                                                           /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.mandatory" to a read-only configuration source at position                                                            0
  Aug  3 12:49:03 linux-bhxw gconfd (austin-3399): Resolved address "xml:readwrite                                                           :/home/austin/.gconf" to a writable configuration source at position 1
  Aug  3 12:49:03 linux-bhxw gconfd (austin-3399): Resolved address "xml:readonly:                                                           /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults" to a read-only configuration source at position 2
  Aug  3 12:49:03 linux-bhxw gconfd (austin-3399): Resolved address "xml:readonly:                                                           /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.vendor" to a read-only configuration source at position 3
  Aug  3 12:49:03 linux-bhxw gconfd (austin-3399): Resolved address "xml:readonly:                                                           /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.schemas" to a read-only configuration source at position 4
  Aug  3 12:53:41 linux-bhxw powersaved[2421]: WARNING (CpufreqManagement:52) No c                                                           apability cpufreq_control
  Aug  3 12:53:41 linux-bhxw powersaved[2421]: WARNING (CpufreqManagement:52) No c                                                           apability cpufreq_control
  Aug  3 12:55:24 linux-bhxw kernel: wlan0: switched to long barker preamble (BSSI                                                           D=00:14:bf:3b:42:91)
  Aug  3 12:55:52 linux-bhxw kernel: wlan0: switched to short barker preamble (BSS                                                           ID=00:14:bf:3b:42:91)
  Aug  3 13:00:02 linux-bhxw su: (to beagleindex) root on none
  Aug  3 13:00:25 linux-bhxw sudo:   austin : TTY=pts/1 ; PWD=/home/austin ; USER=                                                           root ; COMMAND=/usr/bin/tail -100 /var/log/messages
  austin@linux-bhxw:~>
  
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CCBalla10
8/3/2008 5:06:03 PM
>> su: (to beagleindex) root on none

From that line, looks like you've left this 'beagle indexer' feature
turned on (in firefox).

Shut it off.  It's a CPU hog, and is considered broken.
[There have been many posts in the forum discussing this and most
everyone has had problems with it.]


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8/4/2008 3:26:03 AM
cookdav;1850683 Wrote: 
> >> su: (to beagleindex) root on none
> 
> From that line, looks like you've left this 'beagle indexer' feature
> turned on (in firefox).
> 
> Shut it off.  It's a CPU hog, and is considered broken.
> [There have been many posts in the forum discussing this and most
> everyone has had problems with it.]

Thank you much, will look into it


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