Re: Nautilus search, memory usage, hidden files, webinterface

On Nov 16, 2007 2:25 AM, Debajyoti Bera <dbera web gmail com> wrote:
> > > > 3. Beagle indexes dot-files- and directories. Is this a new feature?
> > > > Why? Was there a discussion on the list about this?
> > >
> > > Are you sure about this one ? dot-files and directories should not be
> > > indexed! Do you get those in search results ?
> >
> > Pretty much so. I thought it was very strange. For obvious reasons I
> > had to create an exclude pattern for ~/.beagle. Still I suspect this
> > causes some havoc for me.
> >
> > bh lifebook34:config$ beagle-query i7sfifd9.default
> > Debug: Done reading conf from /home/bh/.beagle/config/Daemon.xml
> > Debug: Done reading conf from /etc/beagle/config-files/Daemon.xml
> > file:///home/bh/.bash_history
> > file:///home/bh/.mozilla/firefox/i7sfifd9.default
> > ...
> One of the earlier config files had an error
> which was not excluding the dot files and directories - but that was fixed
> later. I have a feeling that somehow the old file is still in effect in your
> case.

I deleted ~/.beagle/config/* and all is well now. There was nothing
wrong with the installation (I build using the Ubuntu scripts). I'm
guessing the problem was caused by some error in my user Daemon.xml
and/or FilesQueryable.xml causing the system-wide configuration files
not to be read. They have been carried through since a long time ago,
so perhaps somewhere along the line an update to beagle-settings have
been incompatible with the previous version and caused the

I more folks are seeing this perhaps one should take a closer look at
the files I posted and have beagle-settings check for whatever error
they might have.

Anyway, thanks a bunch.


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