Re: Beagle: Consumes lots of memory making the system unusable

Here it is:
10823940        /home/name/.beagle/Log
4052    /home/name/.beagle/FileSystemIndex
176     /home/name/.beagle/BlamIndex
24      /home/name/.beagle/LifereaIndex
24      /home/name/.beagle/MailIndex
636     /home/name/.beagle/WebHistoryIndex
40      /home/name/.beagle/TomboyIndex
2712    /home/name/.beagle/TextCache
376     /home/name/.beagle/GaimLogIndex
396     /home/name/.beagle/LauncherIndex
10832380        /home/name/.beagle

It's already using 10 GB, and I cleared it last Friday (4 days ago), and I've just been running 'beagle' without any options.

Joe Shaw wrote:

On Tue, 2005-03-15 at 08:39 -0600, Shane Bishop wrote:
I'm not sure what you are referring to (system memory, or actual 
storage), but I ran into a similar problem the other day. The beagle 
logs took over my hard drive (all 74 GB), and I could no longer log into 
gnome, it was crazy. Is there a way to limit this? It took about a week 
or so from when I had started to run beagle (although I may have had it 
in debugging mode).

Before we look into limiting it, I'd say that eating 74 gigs is simply a

Can you attach the output of "du --max-depth=1 ~/.beagle" ?



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