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With the new version of GNOME came a new version of app-misc/tracker which is required, but it's causing a lot of grief for users. User will experience really high CPU usage as it spawns a lot processes and soon user will not be able to open up anything.
So in the directory /etc/xdg/autostart/
is where the trackers get started, you can simple remove all the tracker-* files. You will need to be root of course:
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# rm -rfv /etc/xdg/autostart/tracker-*
Than log out and back in, things should be back to normal. So tell your friends and family that are GNOME users.
- Sagely Hen
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What worked for me is removing the tracker cache:
But not sure if the problem will return once tracker rebuild it's database.
I also must notice that I ran into this problem on only 1 of my systems.
//edit: I spoke to soon. After the cache rebuild on my system the problems return.
- Baby Hen
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