While testing FC5 my /home was flooding and I at first didn't really look at it. Then later I experienced often high loads on my machine by some mono process , upon killing it nothing really naughty happened. Didn't pay further attention.
Then a couple of days ago.. I mentionned it to Philip and figured out it was beagle , I therefore removed beagle from my default session startup, problem solved .. I tought ..
Until just now my disk was full and I really knew I hadn't been downloading large stuff recently. So I started figuring out where my space was gone
How come I wasn't surprised that my $HOME/ contained a .beagle that was abusing 4.6Gb of disk space ?
I tought I disabled it and guess what.. there it was .. still running
sdog@mine2 ~$ ps -ef | grep mono | wc -l
Euhm ? So let's disable this thingie.. ah it has a control panel. I want no indexes whatsoever and no logging. Ok.. Submit.
40 minutes later .. yep .. again 350 Mb of Indexes in that directory I solved the problem "permanently" now
root@mine2 ~# rpm -e beagle
I really hope this isn't the prequel of lots of mono problems on our favourite platform
Off course the Gnome people will blame the Fedora people but still there is no need for 88 running instances of one binary