Re: Gnome "opt-in" functionality.


On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 7:19 AM, Tomasz Torcz <tomek pipebreaker pl> wrote:
On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 11:17:13AM +1000, Daniel Kasak wrote:
On my system, when I start gnome ( I usually use Enlightenment ), I
see both tracker and evolution processes taking about 192MB of memory.
I have 16GB of memory, so they're taking about 1.17% of my total (
chip ) memory. That's not really of concern to me.

  That's good for you, although it's anecdotical evidence. On the other
hand, on my system tracker exhaust all the memory in few hours:

Tracker-store's purpose is flushing all operations to disk ASAP,
there's just no reason why it should eat that much memory, besides
memory leaks.

From reading the warnings in comment #1 there, it seems you're
affected by
, if you have tracker >= 1.7.3 you can do:

killall tracker-miner-fs && TRACKER_MINER_FORCE_CHECK_UPDATED=1
/usr/libexec/tracker-miner-fs &

or just:

tracker reset -r
tracker daemon -s

if you don't care much about the previously stored data. Either of
those will get you rid of these warnings.

But that alone doesn't explain the memory usage in tracker-store,
please file a bug to gnome bugzilla if you still get memory issues
after trying this.


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