On 03/22/2011 05:01 PM, Kevin Kofler wrote:
Disabling Strigi file indexing should be sufficient to keep resource
down. Having Nepomuk enabled is useful because other stuff wants to use it,
e.g. Akonadi, which is used by kdepim. And without Strigi indexing, Nepomuk
and Virtuoso should be using little to no CPU resources.
It seems silly to allow the user to get bogged down by an indexing
update. Can we arrange for these to run at a lower IO priority (bulk,
perhaps) by default? Even as SCHED_IDLE maybe?
Does systemd do this stuff? <--- obviously not well informed
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