Re: help for Beagle

(Replying with dashboard-hackers CCed)

On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 4:31 PM, Bassam Abdel salam <b_zohni yahoo com> wrote:
> Thanks for your fast reply !
> Excuse me for explaining my problem in a greater details.
> Indeed, I have moved the folder .beagle (manually) from my /home directory
> to some other network directory where I have more spcae.
> /sanssauvegarde/homes/bzohni/beagle_ind
> the follwoing are roots and excludes as appeared from beagle-config command.
> Current roots:
>  - Your home directory
>  - /users/local/research
>  - /users/local/pk1112c
>  - /sanssauvegarde/homes/bzohni/research
> User-specified resources to be excluded from indexing:
>  - [Path] /homes/bzohni/these/these
>  - [Path] /homes/bzohni/these/tech
> Before I send you my first email, there was a static index on
> /sanssauvegarde/homes/bzohni/research/.beagle
> All results of the search command (using the GUI) were comming from the
> directory /sanssauvegarde/homes/bzohni/research. And no answers were coming
> from the other two directories (my home directory or from
> /usr/local/reserach.)

This is very strange behaviour. Perhaps this was a bug in the older
2.6 version?

> Now, I have denied this static index ( I don't know if one have to use
> static index for each folder?) and therefore, results are comming only from
> conversations and email attachements.

This is even stranger behaviour, now the rest of the paths are being ignored..

> I remarked also that, when I shutdown the beagle, I can see the beagle and
> beagle-helper using the command ps -u username|beagle (is this normal)?

If you use `beagle-shutdown`, beagle should shut down completely. This
is not normal behaviour.

I strongly suggest you update to a newer version of Beagle (the
current version is 0.3.5). The older versions were not very mature,
and had bugs. The 0.3 series has several bug fixes and performance


PS: Please reply-to-all so that the replies are CCed to the list as
well, and please don't top-post

> Nirbheek Chauhan <nirbheek chauhan gmail com> wrote:
>  Hello,
> On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 3:24 PM, Bassam Abdel salam wrote:
> > I have a beagle 0.2.6.
> > I have indexed many directories.
> > In the search output, files from certain folders are not included (without
> > excluding any folders in the settings)
> Exactly which folders are being excluded? If it's hidden folders, or a
> folder not in your home directory, it's on purpose.

~Nirbheek Chauhan

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