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ST3 request: Identify plugins causing high CPU/RAM usage

ST3 request: Identify plugins causing high CPU/RAM usage

Postby jrobertson on Fri Mar 08, 2013 4:04 am

Could there be a way of identifying the plugin causing the plugin process to stall in ST3 from the process name?

Background: I've been having memory issues with the Sublime Text 3 beta on a 64-bit Debian system. One of the plugins that I had installed is causing high CPU usage and crashing ST3. You can see that it is the plugin subprocess that is causing the issue in the system process information, but not the plugin that is causing the issue.

In this case, I've fixed the issue by uninstalling all the packages and then reinstalling one at a time until I found the one causing the issue, but it would be nice to have a way of identifying the package name as part of the running process to save this massive brute-force trial and error issue. Perhaps all it would require is part of the plugin name as part of the process name in the terminal? (Disclaimer - I have no idea how hard this would be to implement, so feel free to dismiss as impractical :) )

Cheers,


Jess
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