Version: 4.5 (using KDE 4.5.0)
Nepomuk has a feature to suspend Strigi indexing when the system is running on batteries or is low on resources. This was explained because, in KDE ~4.3, the only CPU/HDD-intensive task that Nepomuk could do was Strigi indexing. However, in KDE 4.5, I can easily halt a system while retrieving huge mail inboxes and processing them with akonadi_nepomuk_email_feeder. There aren't checks to prevent that akonadi_nepomuk_email_feeder runs only when the system can handle a heavy load. I want those checks in place.
Reproducible: Didn't try
Steps to Reproduce:
Irrelevant - wish.
I'm with Akonadi/KDE-PIM 4.5 beta 3.
KDE 4.6: I cannot halt a system with akonadi_nepomuk_email_feeder anymore (a testament to the massive bugfixing work there), but it still eats my battery indexing mail when it wants to.
Created attachment 57361 [details]
relevant part of .xsession-errors
I entered a comment to antother bug, and the page after sending was this bug and not the other one. So I attached the file to the wrong bug. Weird...
Irrelevant in KDE 4.8 trunk - mail indexing doesn't take that long anymore.