Beagle and its startup

hi there,

i'm fascinated of the idea behind beagle, cause i love when my computer
really does things that are useful ;)

Now ia have one question: when i start the beagle daemon, and call
beagle-info --status i get a nice printout of what beagle is doing.

Is ist right that beagle always starts at first to check if the file
which are in its index, are still the same from last time?
When i look at the status i get a count of 422. when i stopped beagle by
hand shortly before i logged out, it was at ~ 10000.
Doesn't this always take a long time from start to the point till which
beagle will index new stuff?
Or will changes on files be more important and because of inotify appear
directly in beagle although, it has to look through it's index to see if
something has changed while being "offline".

Hope you get my point :)

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