Lots of messages in syslog with org.gnome.Nautilus

Asked by juxmix on 2019-04-07

I see lots of messages everyday in syslog that seem to be debug or a bug

I have Ubuntu 18.04 on a Dell laptop Latitude E6520

juxmix@Lat-E6520:/var/log$ grep org.gnome.Nautilus /var/log/syslog |wc -l
7516

sample:
juxmix@Lat-E6520:/var/log$ grep org.gnome.Nautilus /var/log/syslog
Apr 7 22:30:34 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataPriorQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:30:40 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: ScheduleTimerQuery called
Apr 7 22:30:40 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataTotal sql exec success
Apr 7 22:30:40 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:31:07 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: SchedulePriorTracktype called
Apr 7 22:31:07 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataPriorQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:31:40 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: SchedulePriorTracktype called
Apr 7 22:31:40 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataPriorQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:32:13 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: SchedulePriorTracktype called
Apr 7 22:32:13 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataPriorQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:32:13 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: ScheduleTimerQuery called
Apr 7 22:32:13 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataTotal sql exec success
Apr 7 22:32:13 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:32:46 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: SchedulePriorTracktype called
Apr 7 22:32:46 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataPriorQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:33:19 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: SchedulePriorTracktype called
Apr 7 22:33:19 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataPriorQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:33:46 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: ScheduleTimerQuery called
Apr 7 22:33:46 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataTotal sql exec success
Apr 7 22:33:46 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:33:52 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: SchedulePriorTracktype called
Apr 7 22:33:52 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataPriorQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:34:25 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: SchedulePriorTracktype called
Apr 7 22:34:25 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataPriorQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:34:58 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: SchedulePriorTracktype called
Apr 7 22:34:58 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataPriorQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:35:19 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: ScheduleTimerQuery called
Apr 7 22:35:19 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataTotal sql exec success
Apr 7 22:35:19 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataQueue sql exec success
Apr 7 22:35:31 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: SchedulePriorTracktype called
Apr 7 22:35:31 Lat-E6520 org.gnome.Nautilus[3142]: GetDntDataPriorQueue sql exec success

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Last query:
2019-04-08
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2019-04-24

What is the output of:

lsb_release -a; uname -a; apt-cache policy nautilus

Thanks

juxmix (juxmix) said : #2

juxmix@Lat-E6520:~$ lsb_release -a

LSB Version: core-9.20170808ubuntu1-noarch:security-9.20170808ubuntu1-noarch
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS
Release: 18.04
Codename: bionic
--------------------------
juxmix@Lat-E6520:~$ uname -a

Linux Lat-E6520 4.15.0-47-generic #50-Ubuntu SMP Wed Mar 13 10:44:52 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
--------------------------
juxmix@Lat-E6520:~$ apt-cache policy nautilus

nautilus:
  Instalados: 1:3.26.4-0~ubuntu18.04.4
  Candidato: 1:3.26.4-0~ubuntu18.04.4
  Tabla de versiĆ³n:
 *** 1:3.26.4-0~ubuntu18.04.4 500
        500 http://es.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu bionic-updates/main amd64 Packages
        100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
     1:3.26.3-0ubuntu4 500
        500 http://es.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu bionic/main amd64 Packages
juxmix@Lat-E6520:~$

Launchpad Janitor (janitor) said : #3

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