Comment 318 for bug 351186

@Vancouverite

Just to clarify what you mean;

First you say you had memory leaks with no-back-fill.
then switched to backclear, and still had memory leaks.
Then switched to the default that ships with Karmic koala -> still memory
leaks

So what did you do differently to now have no memory leak? You are still
using the default x-server-core .... (which you said still gave you memory
leaks "I reverted to the default x-server-core that is currently shipping
with Karmic. Poor performance and I *still* had a memory leak")
I take it you would now (again) experience the "slow unminimizing" bug at
the moment?

sean

On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 5:22 AM, Vancouverite <email address hidden>wrote:

> Hi all,
> I took Nico's advice and switched to the backclear ppa provided by k0ekk0ek
> (thanks, and thanks Felix) and found that I still had the memory leak. So
> thinking that maybe it shouldn't be blamed on the no-backfill (thanks Bryce)
> or backclear patches I reverted to the default x-server-core that is
> currently shipping with Karmic. Poor performance and I *still* had a memory
> leak. So to reiterate: I have memory leaks with fglrx paired with any
> version of x-server currently out there (default, backclear and
> no-backfill).
>
> I have now reverted to radeon and the current x-server-core that ships
> with Karmic (2:1.6.4-2ubuntu4) and have had no increase in memory even
> though I have been doing things that typically would have sent it
> rocketing (flash movies, heavy browsing). My mem is still sitting
> comfortably at 11%, normally it would be upwards of 30% at this point.
>
> I am using Karmic 32 bit fresh install as of last night, ATI Mobility
> Radeon HD 3400 Series in a Lenovo T400.
>
> Van
>
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> [M76] [ubuntu 9.04] slow unminimizing with ati card and desktop effects
> enabled
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