Re: How to correctly re-index AFTER having set usr_xattr ?

> > reach those files. One way to figure out whats happening is to let beagle
> > index whatever it can, then when it is quiet and idle, touch one of the
> > files and see what comes up in the log. If everything is ok, there should
> > be a message saying that the file is being indexed.
> Hi !
> And thank you very much for your help : that was the right trick. I
> "touch"ed a file in the directory that was mysteriously not
> re-indexed, and the file get re-indexed immediately ! So I touched
> every files ("touch *"), everything has been re-indexed, and now all
> is OK. :-)

I would say you actually found a bug :(. The "touch"ing was meant to figure 
out the location of the problem. Since you fixed the problem it will be hard 
to figure out exactly what was causing it. If this happens, please report 
Good to know that you find beagle useful. Thanks for using it.

- dBera

Debajyoti Bera @
beagle / KDE fan
Mandriva / Inspiron-1100 user

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