Re: static index + dynamic index & Beagle Startup
- From: Andreas Heinz <dashboard a80 net>
- To: Dashboard <dashboard-hackers gnome org>
- Subject: Re: static index + dynamic index & Beagle Startup
- Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 13:33:19 +0200
hmm beagle-build-index just finished, and i moved it to var-cache...
after chownin it to beagleindex:root. now i get much more results, but i
also have problems finding specific files.
i tried to run build-index with debug to check if there is a problem
with this files, but i don't get any additional information.
any ideas about this?
Andreas Heinz wrote:
sounds like you had a great time at GUADEC :)
i'll respond to all mails at one time. this should be more effective for
@joe: thanks for your tipps. at the moment i'm running
beagle-build-index on my largest of the nfs shares, and will then put
this index to /var/cache ... hopefullly that works and this large
directory problem doesnt occur with this method.
if i can help to find out if this is really a bug, or just some kind of
configuration issue, tell me how i can help track this down.
@dbera: unfortunatly i can't find your mentioned tool beagle-dump-index.
are you sure it's distributed with the cvs checkout? i found joe's
beagle crawl script but not the dump tool.
one addition to the static index idea. what "none none" proposed, is
what came to my mind, when i yesterday talked to friend of mine about
beagle. although i had'nt in mind to have 2 beagle running (one on the
server, one on the client) i think this would be a great idea to get
realtime changes for nfs shares.
at the moment i have to study for my exams in the next 2 weeks, so i
wont have the time to check if this works myself, but to me it sounds
like a great idea :)
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