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what is tracker-store?
It is dominating my CPU even when I am doing no RDB access
I have no idea what any form of tracker store does
why add overhead to existing database read/write
I use OCI for Oracle and it is the fastest
I use Qt APIs for MySQL
I use MS APIs for SQL Server
sounds like ODBC which is well known to be slow
How can I shut it off besides using kill -9
It eats my CPU even when I am doing no RDB access