Tracker-miner-fs-3 keeps a share of CPU occupied after upgrading to F38

After upgrading to Fedora 38 today, tracker-miner-fs-3 process keeps around 16% of CPU and its ID regularly changes in the system monitor. The journals are slowly filled with messages from systemd:

Failed to start tracker-miner-fs-3.service - Tracker file system data miner.

I tried to investigate, but it seems like the service is missing:

$ uname -a
Linux fedora 6.2.11-300.fc38.x86_64 #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Thu Apr 13 20:27:09 UTC 2023 x86_64 GNU/Linux
$ LC_ALL=C tracker3 status
Could not establish a connection to Tracker: Could not activate remote peer: startup job failed.
$ systemctl status tracker-miner-fs-3
Unit tracker-miner-fs-3.service could not be found.
$ systemctl enable tracker-miner-fs-3
Failed to enable unit: Unit file tracker-miner-fs-3.service does not exist.

How could I further investigate or fix the issue?

systemctl --user status tracker-miner-fs-3.service
journalctl --user -u tracker-miner-fs-3.service
grep -r -e tracker /etc/xdg/autostart
tracker3 help
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