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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008474||Kali Linux||Kali Package Bug||public||2023-09-25 08:39||2023-10-03 15:46|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Summary||0008474: Error in kernel version 6.5.3 - scsi_eh_1 generates high CPU load|
I just upgraded Kali from kernel version 6.4.0 to version 6.5.3.
The problem is described here:
And the fix here:
Bug described also here:
I can confirm, I have exactly the same problem. CPU hast a permanent load of 58 to 60%, after upgrade from 6.4.0 to 6.5.3
Seems to be an issue with optical devices, If you use VMware and there's an optical device configured (CD/DVD rom), delete it or change its setting (virtual device node) from IDE to SCSI.
My experience on this topic turns out that when you install kali purple on a clean VM, it is installed with kernel 6.3 but when you apply the command sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade -y the system updates to kernel 6.5, generating a conflict of performance (system slowness), use four types of solutions:
The solution I used was 2, and the system runs smoothly for me, the tests I did were in VMWare 17 and VirtualBox with Kali Purple and Parrot systems giving the same readability result, which were solved with what I mentioned above.
|2023-09-25 08:39||fancy||New Issue|
|2023-09-25 08:49||fancy||Note Added: 0018504|
|2023-09-28 18:05||cohst||Note Added: 0018516|
|2023-09-29 06:21||fancy||Note Added: 0018517|
|2023-10-03 15:23||defxsec||Note Added: 0018526|
|2023-10-03 15:30||defxsec||Note Edited: 0018526|
|2023-10-03 15:46||defxsec||Note Edited: 0018526|