Re: [Tracker] is data-type of each field (metadata) stored in database is configurable?
- From: Martyn Russell <martyn lanedo com>
- To: Jackson Lawson <jacksonlawson55 yahoo com>
- Cc: tracker-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Tracker] is data-type of each field (metadata) stored in database is configurable?
- Date: Wed, 02 Jun 2010 23:36:53 +0300
On 02/06/10 18:02, Jackson Lawson wrote:
i have given just one scenario.. but there many instances where i
would have to change the datatype of which tracker is maintaining in
sqlite, to control the storage constraints..
I don't see the use case for this, can you tell me why this should be
I only need to index media files and tracker is creating table for
all supported formats(radio,email,im,...), so m looking forward for a
way to remove the unsupported formats& update the existing media
datatype to use tracker in low memory as effficient as possible...
Well, you can decide to not ship some of the ontologies, but you do so
at your peril :)
The extra tables have NO data in them until they're populated so the
extra _disk space_ is pretty insignificant. Also, this is not _memory_
we're talking about.
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