tracker-store 100% CPU on fedora 16

Paulo Santos at
Wed Nov 9 01:13:33 UTC 2011

On Ter, 2011-11-08 at 21:47 -0300, Leonardo Silveira wrote:
> hello everyone,
> is any reason to such thing happen? how can i avoid this?
> thanks in advance

I had the same problem, while still in beta. I believe it's some kind of
database corruption. I'm trying/waiting to reproduce but with no luck.

Issue "tracker-control" to see what's going on:

  $ tracker-control

I solved by cleaning the database and rebuilding it:

  $ tracker-control -r
  $ tracker-control -c
  $ tracker-control --start


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