Hi!, On Mon, Jan 22, 2018 at 6:07 AM, Will S <wsha.c...@gmail.com> wrote: > I have noticed that tracker-store takes a long time to terminate. > tracker-store is started by systemd when I log in. When I try to log out, > systemd hangs 90 seconds waiting for the stop job on tracker-store.service > to time out. I tried starting starting tracker-store on the command line > myself and sending it SIGTERM from another terminal. After some amount of > time (at least five minutes), tracker-store did finish shutting down > cleanly. Besides the annoyance of the time out on log out, tracker also has > to do a CPU intensive integrity check the next time I log in because systemd > kills the process before it shuts down cleanly. > > Could there be something wrong with my configuration, or could this be a > bug? What could I try to avoid this? I am using tracker 2.0.2 on Arch Linux.
This would be a bug. I traced this to the VACUUM that was added sort of recently, which turned out to be a bit too eager. I pushed https://git.gnome.org/browse/tracker/commit/?id=57235eb302194554feb077019d9c69a4bbd8214f so it kicks in only when the database gets exceedingly large. Thanks, Carlos _______________________________________________ tracker-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/tracker-list