Nepomuk using 90%+ CPU

Anne Wilson cannewilson at
Mon Sep 29 09:42:56 BST 2008

On Monday 29 September 2008 07:50:58 Daniel Winter wrote:
> 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 distribution)
This is opensuse 11.

> 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.
OK - I'll ask about that on a forum, in case there is some update that will 
cure it.

> KDE 4.2 will disable strigi when using the redland backend because it is
> unusable slow for that.
Thanks for answering, Daniel.  That sounds like a temporary fix, and strigi is 
sufficiently important that I believe the problem will be resolved in time 
:-), and may already be being worked upon.

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