[5.0.9-arch1-1-ARCH with gnome-desktop 188.8.131.52-1 and tracker 2.2.1]
This is a follow-up on a previous answered question, where I unmasked the
tracker-store.service, which was spamming my syslog at boot already and disabled the search option in Nautilus from the GUI. I also erased the complete database index, with
$ tracker reset --hard, as I never use Nautilus.
The message that spams my
dbus-daemon: [session uid=1000 pid=1492] Activation via systemd failed for unit 'tracker-extract.service': Unit tracker-extract.service is masked.
... most of those lines forming a repeat sequence, as obtained from:
$ sudo journalctl -b. The number of occurences increases rapidly with time, at an coarsely estimated rate of 1200/min.
The truncated syslog listing is here. (It is way too big to upload whole.) I checked that I actually have no
tracker-extract service unit does not appear in:
$ sudo systemctl list-dependencies --all | grep -e extract -e tracker