Haruka 0 Posted February 26 Share Posted February 26 Lemme explain the title further here. I know it's too vague. The exact situation: I'm on Windows 10 with WSL2 running. I'm using ESS premium. I have Rust (programming language, not the game) installed on Windows. I tried to open CLion and open a Rust project on WSL filesystem (through \\wsl$\). CLion starts to index the project. After a little while, the whole system becomes pretty much unresponsive - new processes could be created, but stuck for at least 5-10 seconds or longer (even several minutes have been observed) before they actually start to run. Why I know it's an ESET issue? I tried to inspect the stack of the stuck process (I know I shouldn't be able to, but trust me I did succeed once), and the stack shows the the ESET driver is waiting for something in OS kernel. (eset component dll, ekrn, then OS kernel on some synchronize calls. Now thinking about it, the screenshot here could be very helpful in debugging the issue, but unfortunately I didn't do that.) Also, when everything is stuck, I tried to change some ESET settings, but when saving the changes, ESET itself stuck as well. When it unstuck, everything becomes normal again. I've failed to pinpoint on any of the protection feature. I guess the mapping of eset component dll -> feature is also a secret. What should I do now to investigate it further? Is there any specific logging I need to do? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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