Re: PowerTop discourages beagle

On Friday 18 May 2007, you wrote:
> The actual indexing process on battery isn't too interesting because
> it *will* substantially impact battery life with its constant reading
> and writing of data.  What would be more interesting to know is what
> the impact of Beagle on the system is when indexing is disabled
> because of battery power.  (And perhaps we should make that the
> default.)

I was recently on battery and did not notice beagled until I saved some files, 
then it showed up. The log reports that the scheduler was stopped due to 
being on battery, but then updated for incremental changes.

Do incremental changes get scheduled, or handled right away?

Pat Double, pat patdouble com
"Ye must be born again." - John 3:7

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