johnflux at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 18:07:38 GMT 2008
Can we make the strigidaemon ionice to prevent these problems?
To test you can do this from the task manager (alt-f2, show system
activity). right click on strigdaemon, set priority and set ionice
level to something, well, nice.
I'd be interested to know if this helps. Thanks.
On 28/03/2008, Matthias Kretz <kretz at kde.org> wrote:
> On Friday 28 March 2008, Jos van den Oever wrote:
> > 2008/3/28, Anders Lund <anders at alweb.dk>:
> > > I have quite a lot of data, and for example kde source is quite a few
> > > files. I still think it's overly long time, and I don't understand why it
> > > should run everytime i start up.
> > Maybe something is really wrong. I cannot judge that from here. Once
> > you have a valid index, the daemon should not take a lot of CPU.
> That's also what I've seen happening until I made strigi stop indexing my
> whole home directory. My guess is that strigi never got the chance to create
> valid index - probably because I always killed strigidaemon after it took
> full CPU and disk I/O while I was trying to actually use my computer.
> Matthias Kretz (Germany) <><
> MatthiasKretz at gmx.net, kretz at kde.org,
> Matthias.Kretz at urz.uni-heidelberg.de
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