Nepomuk using 90%+ CPU
James Richard Tyrer
tyrerj at acm.org
Wed Sep 24 10:34:56 BST 2008
Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Monday 22 September 2008 22:26:06 David C. Manuelda wrote:
> > On Monday 22 September 2008 09:09:02 Anne Wilson wrote:
> > > I started strigi yesterday afternoon, setting it to index my /home,
> > > has 16GB data. I excluded two directories containing 10.5GB data,
> > > leaving 5.5GB to be indexed. Strigi is still using around 90% cpu,
> > > about 8 hours of indexing. Is this to be expected?
> > >
> > > Anne
> > Do you have FAM and/or INOTIFY enabled in your system AND strigi compiled
> > to use one of them?
> > I've tried strigi without them and its behavior was like you said, I
> > enabled fam, and it behaves well since then..
> I haven't a clue, David. This is a brand new install of opensuse 11,
> updated to kde 4.1.1, so I have whatever they provide. And I've no
> previous experience of opensuse. Can you give me some hints as to how to
> check what's available, and what to do about it? Thanks
I would hope that the binary was built with this support. But, it is
possible that they didn't follow my directions :-) it is not easy to get
Strigi built correctly since the Cmake modules are somewhat broken.
IAC, first check if you have Gamin installed.
If you open the Strigi RPM in KPackage, it will list what it depends on.
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