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PostPosted: Sat 29 Dec 2012, 15:16    Post subject:  gvfsd-metadata 100% cpu use
Subject description: Any real solutions found?
 

Has anybody (sucessfully) wrestled with the 100% cpu use occasionally shown by gvfsd-metadata. I'm currently running 'lina-005 and when the fan notifys me just kill the process or delete the directory in /root/.local/... However I build up systems for other folks and this becomes an issue using any base new enough to use gvfs. 'lina uses the most recent release and searching, I find no real fix, just the kill/delete. Ok for us but a real user issue. Any thoughts?
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