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Re: Here are some of my ideas for Fedora 8 and Fedora 9



On 7/3/07, Gerry Reno <greno verizon net> wrote:
Valent Turkovic wrote:
>> There was a recent discussion on this topic and the decision was to
>> remove Beagle from the default install because for too many users Beagle
>> would suck up 100% CPU and leave the machine virtually unusable. See the
>> archives for details.  Once Beagle matures some more and causes fewer
>> problems like this having Beagle in the default install can be
>> reconsidered.
>>
>> Jeff
>>
>
> The beagle was disabled (I'm on bugzilla for that beagle bug and also
> I was active in discussions on mailing lists when that happened) but
> IMHO the reasoning that was for it to not be installed by default
> would make Fedora 7 look like Fedora Core 3 if it was applied to
> fedora as a whole and not only to beagle.
>
> I have substantially tested beagle on 7 different desktops and had
> ZERO problems. Also the bug in bugzilla is really vague. I have much
> more problems with other features in Fedora 7; like user switcher
> which, if you haven't used it, causes data losses and time losses.
> When other user logs in then after some time first X session just
> crashes taking all apps and all the work that has been going on there
> down with it! This is a MUCH more severe bug that beagle can produce
> and it is still installed by default on all Fedora 7 desktops. This is
> inconsistent. Either don't include any of new fetures that aren't
> rock-solid in Fedora 7, 8, 9, etc, or give us these great apps and
> iron the bugs out along the was. Fedora team should have left beagle
> installed an on by default and hunt down and squashed that bug.
>
> I contacted beagle maintainers for fedora and offered them my hand in
> testing if beagle is now good enough for prime time.
> here is the bugzilla link:
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=217031
>
Hi Valent,
  I have to agree with the decision to drop beagle as default.  On my
desktop I have many thousands of files and documents that I would like
beagle to catalog but it was consuming huge amount of system resource
when it was running trying to do this.  At first I didn't know why
things were so sluggish and then 'top' showed beagle consuming
everything.  'beagle' needs to get some intelligent throttling and
perhaps just some bugs fixed before I'll try it again.

Gerry

Why don't you engage a little of your time and track which files cause
this problem. I also have thousands of files and I don't see any
performance issues using beagle. If you would contribute and get
involved with hunting these bugs you experience than we all would
benefit.
I'm volunteering my time and my other resources to fixing beagle bugs
- but I just don't experience any since Fedora Core 5 (then there were
plenty of bugs). If you find which files are causing you problems
please mail them to me and I'll report bugs and work with beagle team
to fix them.

There.


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