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    Default That sick puppy! (about beagle in opensuse 11.1)

    So I install newest opensuse (on my old ibm t40 laptop) and everything seems to be working beautifully.

    I leave that machine on for the night and start using it again in the morning. And everything seems REALLY sluggish.

    I check whats wrong, and found out that beagle daemon seems to be misbehaving (badly)

    Pic about how badly:



    It sucks all the memory (physical and swap) and eats all the cpu time, so I ended up disabling beagle completely and everything works again.

    Anyone know whats causing it and how to fix it? (indexing would be kinda nice to have, but cant enable it in its current form).

    Thanks

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    Default Re: That sick puppy! (about beagle in opensuse 11.1)

    As soon as you can go to YAST>Software Management type beagle in Search then click to delete you don't really need Beagle& Suse 11.1 will function without it.
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    Default Re: That sick puppy! (about beagle in opensuse 11.1)

    Yup, i already disabled beagle.

    Would be kinda nice to know whats wrong with it though (its quite nasty bug because it makes computer pretty much unusable)

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    Default Re: That sick puppy! (about beagle in opensuse 11.1)

    It's not a Bug it's a Dog.

    Dump it!
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    I've never understood the reasoning for putting in Beagle it's totally non-essential to function & no matter what Pc I used it slowed it down & was completely useless as a file searcher.
    I got a great suggestion for 11.2 & beyond Drop Beagle!!
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    Sagemta wrote:
    > I've never understood the reasoning for putting in Beagle it's totally
    > non-essential to function & no matter what Pc I used it slowed it down &
    > was completely useless as a file searcher.
    > I got a great suggestion for 11.2 & beyond *Drop Beagle!!*
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    That's a bit harsh, think of all the people transferring from the latest
    MS Windows :-)

    What's needed is a "bloatware" installation option to load all the
    features equivalent to those that make MS Windows what it is, rather
    than being the default :-)

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    Default Re: That sick puppy! (about beagle in opensuse 11.1)

    If you need a desktop search that does not suck resources and is lightning fast i strongly recommend recoll

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    Default Re: That sick puppy! (about beagle in opensuse 11.1)

    geoffro wrote:

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    > If you need a desktop search that does not suck resources and is
    > lightning fast i strongly recommend 'recoll'
    > (http://www.lesbonscomptes.com/recoll/)
    >
    > /Geoff
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    >

    and recoll does not use mono so mono can be removed
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    I always remove Beagle within seconds of a new install. I absolutely loathe that program, and have no idea why it keeps getting installed by default in every version of OpenSuse when everyone hates it so much.

    Did somebody's wife write that program or something? And it can't be left out or hubby will have to sleep on the couch? That's the only explanation that sounds reasonable to me.

    (rant over)

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    Default Re: That sick puppy! (about beagle in opensuse 11.1)

    Did somebody's wife write that program or something? And it can't be left out or hubby will have to sleep on the couch?
    You got it!!

    You're the "Dogs *******s"

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