Re: Strigi Indexer
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Lívio Cipriano posted on Fri, 23 Dec 2011 12:00:06 +0000 as excerpted:
> I'm using OpenSuSE 11.4 with KDE 4.6 and my Nepomuk Controller indicates
> that Strigi is indexing a directory with 10 pdf and chm files, the
> bigger is a pdf with 23 Mb and the smallest is also a pdf with 2.7 Mb.
> This operation is going for MORE THEN 12 HOURS NON STOP and Nepomuk uses
> constantly 90% of CPU time.
> I know this is a bug, but is there any way to contour it and continuing
> to using Nepomuk?
FWIW, I now have kde (4.7.90 aka 4.8-beta2, almost done building 4.7.95
aka 4.8-rc1 on another desktop as of this writing) built on gentoo with
USE=-semantic-desktop, so no nepomuk, etc, at all, tho strigi remains a
dep (of kdelibs) but it's built without a backend so is linked into
kdelibs but doesn't do much. kde4's /much/ nicer without the performance
millstone that stuff was, let alone the hassle! =:^)
So I can't tell you where precisely to look, but I do remember that it
was possible to tell nepomuk what directories (and files?) to index. You
can simply tell it not to index that directory and continue using it, if
you like. IIRC there was a kcontrol module for it in kde settings, and
it was also possible to get to the same config dialog thru the nepomuk
tray icon. But however one gets to the config, it's certainly possible
to turn off indexing specific directories, I remember that, for sure.
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