Re: Helper eating CPU

On Monday 16 April 2007 01:48:13 pm Florian Hackenberger wrote:
> Hi!
> The beagle helper sometimes eats my CPU for no reason. I would like to file
> a bug report about this issue, but I'm not able to identify the file
> causing the trouble. I have tried to check if beagle-extract-content craps
> out on any of the files, but it doesn't. I did:
> for file in `cat /home/hacki/Desktop/beagle_helper.log |grep 'file:\/' |
> egrep -o '\/home\/.*'`; do echo $file; beagle-extract-content $file
> > /dev/null; done
> But not a single of these files caused beagle-extract-content to spend more
> than half a second of time on it.
> I attached an excerpt from its logfile, could someone please point me into
> the right direction?

Which version of beagle ?
From the log file,
etc. files are taking more than 30 secs to index.

The 2nd column in the log file is the timestamp, HHmmSSxxxx. Before extracting 
data begins, the line +file:///... is printed. The lines 'Helper Size' is 
printed by a separate thread, so you can assume that till the next +file:/// 
is printed, data extraction from the previous file is in progress.

- dBera

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

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