Comment 72 for bug 346912

Hello to all of you!

Decided to "Disable" the "Tracker Index"...so now all work well...my
"Computer Guru" son say me that it's totally NOT necessary!.

Thanks so much for your polite advices!

Truly,

Alex!

On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 11:20 AM, Alex Cozac <email address hidden> wrote:

> Hi Mike.
>
> Thanks so much...next week my Computer "Guru" programmer Son will visit
> us...so he will repair this bug I hope!.
>
> Thanks again i will inform you...the finally results!.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Alex!
>
>
> On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 10:00 AM, Mr. Mike <email address hidden> wrote:
>
>> I'd like to add that, for me:
>>
>> tracker-processes -r
>> [unsure if required - removed 2 remaining files in ~/.cache/tracker]
>> /usr/lib/tracker/trackerd &
>> tracker-applet &
>>
>> Seems to have tracker back and working again. I could have logged out
>> and back in I guess after the first 2 lines, but the whole purpose of
>> linux is stability and not having to do all that windows-like stuff :)
>>
>> Tracker seems happy once again.
>>
>> --
>> Tracker index corruption (was Tracker does not stop indexing)
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/346912
>> You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber
>> of a duplicate bug.
>>
>> Status in Meta-tracker: New
>> Status in “tracker” source package in Ubuntu: Triaged
>> Status in tracker in Ubuntu Jaunty: Triaged
>>
>> Bug description:
>> I recently realized that tracker does not always give me the search
>> results I expected, meaning that it does not find documents containing
>> certain words. A quick look through the indexer preferences, I doubled the
>> "maximal amount of text to index" and "maximum number of unique words to
>> index". After doing so, the tracker does not stop indexing. The information
>> message when I hover over the tracker icons says:
>>
>> Tracker: Indexing
>> Done: 883 of 22296
>> Estimated: 33 minutes ...
>> Elapsed: 01 minute ...
>>
>> This message hasn't changed for about a day, and the indexing continues.
>> One of my log files is continuously flooded with the following messages:
>>
>> nasko@serre:~/.local/share/tracker$ tail -n20 tracker-indexer.log
>>
>> 22 Mar 2009, 15:11:17: Tracker-Warning **: Could not store word
>> 'previous': with fatal error
>>
>> 22 Mar 2009, 15:11:17: Tracker-Warning **: Could not store word 'troubl':
>> with fatal error
>>
>> 22 Mar 2009, 15:11:17: Tracker-Warning **: Could not store word
>> 'preprocessor': with fatal error
>>
>> 22 Mar 2009, 15:11:17: Tracker-Warning **: Could not store word
>> 'ac_abs_top_builddir': with fatal error
>>
>> 22 Mar 2009, 15:11:17: Tracker-Warning **: Could not store word 'detail':
>> with fatal error
>>
>> 22 Mar 2009, 15:11:17: Tracker-Warning **: Could not store word 'call':
>> with fatal error
>>
>> 22 Mar 2009, 15:11:17: Tracker-Warning **: Could not store word 'paramet':
>> with fatal error
>>
>> 22 Mar 2009, 15:11:17: Tracker-Warning **: Could not store word
>> 'offshoot': with fatal error
>>
>> 22 Mar 2009, 15:11:17: Tracker-Warning **: Could not store word
>> 'with_gcc': with fatal error
>>
>> 22 Mar 2009, 15:11:17: Tracker-Warning **: Could not store word 'honor':
>> with fatal error
>>
>>
>> I would like to have tracker index my files more fully, and yet have it do
>> that in a normal manner. Is there a way to prevent this problem?
>>
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