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Old 4th November 2014, 09:42 PM
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Cool Tracker consuming high cpu

Tracker is consuming very high CPU.Upto 70% and causing temperatures to go to dangerous mark of 80+.Using journalctl i was able to find that it happens when images with no metadata are scanned.Why is this so? how to solve it?
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Old 4th November 2014, 11:26 PM
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Re: Tracker consuming high cpu

You can exclude extensions which should solve the mining of most images when configured right.
Easiest is to use the GUI for this (tracker-ui-tools).
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Re: Tracker consuming high cpu

There's also some settings in GNOME Control Center for enabling and disabling indexing, indexing of various different things, and indexing of different locations - go to Settings then 'Search', and the cog icon lets you enable/disable indexing of specific locations.
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Thanks i disabled it for now.I wanted to use it but it is trying to burn my laptop.

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You can exclude extensions which should solve the mining of most images when configured right.
Easiest is to use the GUI for this (tracker-ui-tools).
I used "tracker-preferences".
 

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