virtuoso-t process going crazy

Sebastian TrĂ¼g trueg at
Fri Aug 13 19:00:45 BST 2010

On 08/12/2010 11:46 AM, Michael Jansen wrote:
> Am 12.08.2010 00:54, schrieb Andreas Pakulat:
>> On 11.08.10 21:53:58, Michael Jansen wrote:
>>> Those trigger are only guesses. So my question is:
>>> 1. Has someone an idea what happens?
>>> 2. Has someone an idea how to stop it?
>> - don't install virtuoso
>> - don't run virtuoso
>> - don't run nepomuk
>> Yes all of them including loosing the semantic desktop-stuff.
> I consider that response lacking any useful contribution to the
> conversation. And i wonder why.
> From my message you could have extrapolated facts:
> 1. I actuall took the effort to provide virtuoso. Which can be
> interpreted as "I want that semantic desktop stuff"
> 2. I'm experiencing problems with it and I AM WILLING TO HELP SOLVE them.
> I already fixed one endless loop in the pdf parser that stuck strigi at
> 100% for me.
> Not using that stuff is not helpful in any way. I consider it a great
> idea and useful too and hope it will position itself more prominently in
> kde and my face so i can reap the benefits from the infrastructure set.
> The two things i currently find lacking is the visibilty of it and the
> problems with CPU usage i experience. Not using it will improve neither
> of those points.
> So i wonder what this email is supposed to tell me or anyone else?

Hi Mike,

thanks a lot for this email. It is not often that I read such
constructive words when it comes to Nepomuk's resource consumption.


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