Fedora 37 is freezing within roughly ten minutes of being powered on. By freezing, I mean the mouse pointer stops moving entirely, and audio cuts out after a few seconds.
ctrl+alt f3-5 sometimes works to switch to a tty, but often does not. Once in tty, I can enter my username and password when prompted, and the “last log in at:XXXXX” appears, but the username@hostname prompt never appears, it just hangs on a blinking cursor.
sshing into the machine when it is in this state either hangs when connecting, or does the same as above.
I have tried disabling all GNOME extensions and booting to an older kernel, yet the freezes persist.
Checking journalctl -r, I see that just before the freeze, pipewire-pulse prints
spa.loop: 0x55b4c12be118: queue full 88, need 152
hundreds of times. I’ve included the output of journalctl from today, you can see one such freeze at Jan 11 16:39:48
Any help debugging from here would be appreciated!
Pipewire and pipewire-pulseaudio are from the normal @System repo. What would be the best way to get more info about the error? I found only one other person with the same issue and they abandoned their thread.
I found the issue, it appears to happen when I run out of memory due (presumably) a memory leak in nextcloud-client.
I diagnosed it by managing to ctrl+f5 into tty5 as soon as I noticed the cursor start skipping, then quickly logging in and running journalctl, where there were some messages about applications being killed due to memory pressure. Next I was able to run htop and see the offending program eating all my RAM.