[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 106513] Re: Beagle search keeps telling me "Your data is being indexed"

dBera dbera.web at gmail.com
Fri Apr 20 12:12:00 BST 2007


> Mabye I'm just impatient. After a wait (what I consider a long wait) it
> does go away, so maby things are working as intented and it just takes a
> long time to index my files? But I just booted and now have the message.
> This is the output of the command you requested:
>
> ~$ beagle-info --status
> Scheduler:
> Count: 256
> Status: Waiting for next task at 04/20/2007 10:24:55
>
> Pending Tasks:
> 1 Delayed 0 (04/20/2007 10:24:52)
> File Crawler
>
> 2 Delayed 0 (04/20/2007 10:24:53)
> Tree Crawler
> Pending directories: 315

When you boot up, beagle has to crawl your directories to find out if
old files need to re-indexed and new files need to be indexed. To keep
the effect at minimum, this operation happens very slowly. As shown
above, right after you boot up, there are at least these two tasks
pending (among others) - one is the file crawler (which finds file in
some directory) and other the directory crawler (which current has 315
directories to crawl - as they are indexed, their subdirectories will
be added to the directorycrawler). The message will go away after both
the crawls are over.

The optimizeindex tasks are one-time, short jobs. You can ignore them.

There could possibly a bug if the message stays there but beagle-info
--status shows no "tree crawl" or "file crawl" tasks. Can you wait for
sometime and then check the scenario and report back ? Thanks.

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Beagle  search keeps telling me "Your data is being indexed"
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