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For further consideration, this is what I am seeing my log files after I remove the firefly database file and relaunch:

Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Config option general/process_m3u has been replaced by scanning/process_playlists_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Firefly Version svn-1586: Starting with debuglevel 9_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1586_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1586_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Plugin loaded: ssc-script/svn-1586_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Starting rendezvous daemon_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Starting signal handler_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Error: enum_begin failed (error 1): Misc SQL Error: no such table: config_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Can’t get db version. New database?_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Initializing database_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Error: enum_begin failed (error 1): ?_
– Last output repeated twice –
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Full reload…_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Starting web server from /usr/local/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 3689_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Registering rendezvous names_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Serving 0 songs. Startup complete in 0 seconds_
Jan 25 20:58:07 [mt-daapd] Rescanning database_
Jan 25 20:58:13 [mt-daapd] Starting playlist scan_
Jan 25 20:58:18 [mt-daapd] Updating playlists_
Jan 25 20:58:19 [mt-daapd] Scanned 14475 songs (was 0) in 12 seconds_

I also noticed I had two iTunes library xml files for some strange reason which was causing problems with duplicate playlists. I cleaned that up thinking I’d solved the problem but I am still seeing 2X all my songs.

Any experts out there with some insight?

Thanks,

Mike