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2017-06-23 14:28:39 -0600 commented answer Deactivate tracker-store

Actually i have no idea where it is stored. How can I find out/change it?

But my /home is 57GB (with 24GB free), my /root is 54GB (38GB free), /swap is 8,3GB and /dev/sda1 is 1,1GB (with 878MB free at the moment). So... i have no idea if that is the optimal way to set up the partitions but I just let the installer do its thing and haven't touched the partitions.

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2017-06-23 12:22:00 -0600 commented answer Deactivate tracker-store

Ok, now it says:

    (tracker status:5767): Tracker-WARNING **: tracker-backend.vala:211: Falling back to bus backend, the direct backend failed to initialize: Locale mismatch, cannot use direct connection
Currently indexed: 4711 files, 871 folders
Remaining space on database partition: 0 bytes (0.00%)
All data miners are idle, indexing complete

I don't know which partition that is, because every partition has some space left.

2017-06-23 11:53:34 -0600 commented answer Deactivate tracker-store

Oh. After restarting tracker I tried tracker status again. Now it says (sorry for my poor English translation)>

Currently indexed: 4711 files, 871 folders
Remaining space on the partition with the database: 38,0 MB (4,71%) (that seems like a problem)

All datacollectors are ready, indexing is completed.
2017-06-23 11:48:51 -0600 commented answer Deactivate tracker-store

tracker status gives me:

 (translation: couldn't establish connection to Tracker): GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Message recipient disconnected from message bus without replying

tracker daemon responses with:

saving:  
23 Jun 2017, 18:36:00: 17% Store - Initialisierung (Replaying journal)

(and several "indexers" which are deactivated) After killing it and restarting as you suggested the process stays at 0% CPU usage. Nothing happens at the watching terminal. After restarting it jumps to 25% every few seconds, as before.

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2017-06-23 10:50:31 -0600 asked a question Deactivate tracker-store

Hi there,

today I noticed that my machine is running hot and my fans are spinning like never before. After taking a look at the system monitor, almost everything looked fine. But there is the process called "tracker-store" which pops up every couple seconds. I know that there are other threads about tracker-store, but those solutions sadly don't seem to work.

Because it eats 25% CPU i want to get rid of it. As far as I could figure out it just indexes files to find them via search? I'm not sure about that, but I don't need this. This thing is even worse than the glorious antimalware executable on windows.

So i started tracker-preferences and turned everything off and removed the places where it should scan. I restarted, but the process immediately shows up again. After that i started the preferences as root (the process is running as user) and turned off everything there too. After restart, the same thing. Then I went to the system-settings->search and turned off "files". I then restarted, but tracker-store still eats my CPU.

Is there anything else I can do about this?

Also I'm not sure why this didn't came up earlier. But I downloaded ~20GB of files from Owncloud yesterday night. Maybe thats why it goes crazy, but I hope there is way to turn it off. :)

Thanks for reading.

2017-06-23 10:01:14 -0600 commented answer How to set permissions for apache

Tahnks! Changing the user for apache works perfectly.

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2017-06-17 18:21:00 -0600 asked a question How to set permissions for apache

Hi there,

i'm running Fedora 25 and set up apache, mysql and php. It runs just fine. But I have some trouble to set the user permissions right. I want to use Fedora as my desktop environment and write and test php scripts on my local machine. Those scripts don't need to be accessible from the internet. Localhost only.

First i had some trouble to figure out what the problem actually was. But then I figured out that SELinux was blocking my script attempting to write to its own cache directory. I did the following to solve the problem:

sudo chown apache:apache -R /home/dave/www/html/mysite

find . -type f -exec chmod 0644 {} \;
find . -type d -exec chmod 0755 {} \;

sudo chcon -t httpd_sys_content_t /home/dave/www/html/mysite -R
sudo chcon -t httpd_sys_rw_content_t /home/dave/www/html/mysite/cache -R

According to the apache logs, it can now write to the cache folder just fine, but I don't have access to the directory at all. Which I understand because I chown it to apache. What, as a newbie, don't understand is, how I can give read and write access to my personal user and apache.

I read that i can add me to the apache group, as a subgroup. But that didn't work out (nothing changed). And when I do the command "groups" it only shows me "dave wheel". The command "users" shows me only "dave". So those functions don't show me an apache user or an apache group at all.

I'm pretty new to Linux and english is not my main language. So I just hope you understand what my problem is, what I want to archive and that my english is at least understandable.

Thanks for reading.