Beagle is awfully slow
bhaubeck at gmail.com
Sun Jun 12 19:57:36 UTC 2005
it helped me a lot (and i love the beagle now) to start it with the
option "--deny-backend liferea" because that was in my case the one that
makes a lot of cpu-load.
Stephen R Laniel wrote:
> Beagle was running pretty consistently as my most
> processor-intensive task, so I restarted it in the
> foreground with --debug. It's not doing anything
> particularly noteworthy, it seems -- just exploring my home
> directory. But it's going awfully slowly, and it really
> shouldn't be taking up *that* much of my processor.
> Does anyone know Beagle internals well enough to tell me why
> it's so processor-intensive? Presumably this is just while
> it's in development, right? I assume they'll work on
> performance once they've nailed down features and bugs.
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