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Spotlight on macOS using a lot of CPU
If you are a developer on macOS and notice Spotlight consuming a lot of CPU the reason could be that Spotlight is indexing the Simulator and Platforms directories. When I ran lsof and checked the files that spotlight was accessing, it was reading files in ~/Library/Developer/CoreSimulator and /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms. Adding those two directories to the Spotlight Privacy tab and then restarting your computer will prevent Spotlight from indexing them. Go to System Preferences > Spotlight > Privacy to add them.
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