Valent Turkovic a écrit : > On Tue, 2007-07-03 at 16:40 +0200, Alphonse Van Assche wrote: >> I you will see beagle slowdown your whole system. Just place some big >> pdf files in a directory and index it, you will see pdf2html or so >> take >> the whole CPU time and you Desktop entirely no usable without killing >> these processes. I was really happy to no have to yum remove \*beagle >> \* >> on F7. > > I tested it and here are the results: > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8P_X8UK2fQ > > You can see that pdf file of 5MB does start to use CPU at 100% but it > has high nice value so it doesn't slow down my desktop. > I believe this is not a bug, but a feature :) > Sorry but your test is absolutely not correct. I have say *some* big pdf and the only pdf that you test is a text only pdf. In the real live many pdf contain images too. Another think that I have never understand is why beagle re-index always files that are already indexed. It was not in my dream that beagle was taking 100% of my CPU and make my system *totally* unusable and BTW I have never have so a problem when I build big RPM package that take 100% of the CPU. For example, when I build Xgl (a really big package) I can continue to browse, read mails with Thunderbird and coding in Eclipse on the other hand when beagle take 100% of the CPU I can difficultly open a gnome-terminal to kill him. If you are sure that everybody here say nothing true about beagle, It seems to me like a not constructive discuss and IMHO not the good way of doing if you will convince peoples here.
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