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Re: beagle has bad timing......



On Fri, 2006-03-03 at 08:03 -0600, Justin Conover wrote:
> The dog decides to run at very undetermined times afaik, and on my 3
> rawhide boxes, it always seems to kick off when I'm doing a lot of
> work.  Which absolutely kills my CPU(s)
> 
> Sort of like what updatedb used to do.
> 
> I don't see anything in chkconfig --list that would resemble beagle,
> is there anyway to say "stop" running except kill -9/15 mono, and run
> it when I want to?  I know its run as user so I guess, it wouldn't be
> a service from /etc/init.d, but some kind of turn off valve would be
> nice. 
> 
> Or is this just annoying me?

Annoyed me too, I removed beagle. I think its started
by /etc/cron.daily.

-- 
Brian Gaynor
www.pmccorp.com
FC4/Linux on DELL Inspiron 5160 3.0Ghz 
canis 10:55:58 up 1:31, 1 user, 
load average: 0.44, 1.01, 1.00 



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