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- Stop iPhoto application.
- as root: cd into your Pictures/iPhoto Library
- then remove both face.db and face_blob.db
- then make both of these links to /dev/null
- when finished, it should look like this:
- lrwxr-xr-x 1 root robertm 9 Apr 25 01:59 face.db -> /dev/null
- lrwxr-xr-x 1 root robertm 9 Apr 25 02:00 face_blob.db -> /dev/null
- This effectively stops faces from keeping any databases.
- (Warning: it still “tries” to run just after an import of a fresh set of photos,
- just stop/restart iPhoto after an import to get your precious CPU back).
- The good thing is: No more database of people and where/when you last saw them
- on your HD.
- Restart iPhoto. (no more faces, no more CPU / Drive consumption either).”