Potato CPU Prolonged Spike

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TheVoice
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Potato CPU Prolonged Spike

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I noticed recently Potato is using a high amount of CPU. This state is continuous. This can't be considered normal?
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TheVoice
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Re: Potato CPU Prolonged Spike

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Removing the Charge 4 Bluetooth speaker from A4 reduced CPU load to 15-16%. And the speaker was not even in use or connected when it displayed the over 40% load. Is this to be expected? Seems high to me.

Edited to add: There seems to be some useful info to reduce CPU load given by Vincent at this thread:

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Vincent Burel
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Re: Potato CPU Prolonged Spike

Post by Vincent Burel »

yes, some device can generate important wait cycle (it's not the first time we got such feedback with BT device).
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