I have a dual boot set-up with Antergos and Debian Testing both running gnome-shell (on occasion also Cinnamon) and sharing the same $HOME. Whenever I into the “other” distribution (doesn’t matter if Debian -> Antergos or vice versa), tracker occupies about 1.5 cores of the CPU and never finishes. The miner-fs is taking up most of 1 core and tracker-store is keeping another one busy at about 50% or so.
They some to be stuck in some infinite loop, even after an hour or more, the processes are still running. Only way around is to remove all indices and start to re-index. Then you hardly notice tracker at work until booting into the the other distro, As long as you keep rebooting into the same distro all is fine.
Anyone has an idea what the problem might be and how to fix it?