Re: beagle re-indexing after reboot

looking for some ideas...
-----Original Message-----
From: Abbas Faiq <afaiq aol com>
To: Beagle Maillist <Dashboard-hackers gnome org>
Sent: Sun, 29 May 2005 19:22:33 -0400
Subject: beagle re-indexing after reboot

looks like every time I reboot, I lose the beagle indices. This is especially true for files. In cases where I had a number of hits for a search before reboot, comes up empty. Not sure if this is related, but it appears as if beagle doesn't shut down cleanly after beagle-shutdown command, because the next time I attempt to restart, I get the message 
"DEBUG: Starting messaging server 
FATAL: Could not set up the listener for beagle requests. There is probably another beagled instance running. Use --replace to replace the running service" 
using --replace option doesn't do much good either.. 
"beagled --fg --debug --replace 
INFO: Starting Beagle Daemon (version 0.0.10) 
DEBUG: Command Line: /usr/local/lib/beagle/BeagleDaemon.exe --debug --replace --fg 
DEBUG: Starting messaging server 
INFO: Attempting to replace another beagled. 
INFO: Sending Shutdown" 
and things just hang 
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