Slow xorg after upgrade
sch at efers.org
Wed Oct 18 05:36:51 UTC 2017
Hello Chris, I have had a similar problem myself in the past. I too
believe it is due to misconfiguration and not the newer Xorg version you
have recently installed. It turned
out in my case I was using the wrong video driver. If your proper video
driver is not in use, then Xorg will fall back to using a generic (less
performant) driver. I hope this helps you look in the right direction.
Chris Hill <chris at monochrome.org> writes:
> Hello list,
> Two days ago I had to upgrade xorg (long story). Since then, it seems that text
> entry is laggy, as if the xterm - or any application, for that matter - can't
> keep up with my typing. It feels like the old days of typing on an ASR-33; there
> is a lag of less than one second between typing a character and it appearing on
> screen. Sometimes when text draws, I see a moment of raster-looking junk. This
> is especially visible in text that updates from a program, such as the
> in-progress statistics from fetch. Or even when pasting text via middle-click.
> Or even when moving the cursor with the arrow keys while writing this email.
> Is this just an example of new software being more more bloated? It seems to me
> that under the old regime things were snappy-quick.
> Before: xorg-7.7_1
> After: xorg-7.7_3
> Both: fvwm-2.6.5_7
> $ uname -mriKv 10.3-RELEASE-p11 FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE-p11 #0: Mon Oct 24 18:49:24
> UTC 2016 root at amd64-builder.daemonology.net:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC
> amd64 GENERIC 1003000
> Thank you.
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