Sometimes I notice that mount.ntfs takes up more of my CPU time than it should.
30% isn't as alarming, but if this goes on for a while without me running sudo killall mount.ntfs, then after a while whole the system starts to freeze (each tiome it freezes for a bit longer). I've only got one NTFS partition (/dev/sda6, mounted at /media/Data).
So is anyone here able to explain to me why mount.ntfs takes up all of my CPU time if I don't kill it on time?
Also, is there any known solution for this problem? Because it's quite annoying.