Nepomuk using 90%+ CPU
dw at danielwinter.de
Mon Sep 29 07:50:58 BST 2008
On Friday 26 September 2008 13:35:05 Anne Wilson wrote:
> > It will display the help. Where it explains the "--backend" switch it
> > should say something like "Possible backends are: sesame2 redland"
> Redland is the only possibility given.
> > If sesame2 is there you are using it. If not that is it what causes the
> > slow indexing and high cpu usage.
> Is it possible to add sesame2, or is it just that this version does not yet
> support it, otherwise it would be there?
Well, that depends on how you got KDE/Nepomuk installed. (self built or what
All soprano versions support sesame2 and make it default if it is avaible. But
sesame2 needs Java and is quite hard to package correctly. That is why some
distros do not ship it.
KDE 4.2 will disable strigi when using the redland backend because it is
unusable slow for that.
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