- 9th March 2007 at 9:13 pm #1172bbjonzParticipant
I’m getting the following error when starting firefly:
Firefly Version svn-1489: Starting with debuglevel 2
Starting rendezvous daemon
Starting signal handler
Starting web server from /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 3689
Registering rendezvous names
Serving 2971 songs. Startup complete in 1 seconds
Query: create temp table updated (id int)
Error: database is full
This on Ubuntu server 6.10 that was working just fine. I did attempt a partial install of OpenVnc but thought better of it and aborted the install. Can’t see how this would affect Firefly, and Firefly worked fine after the attempted install–at least until today.
Thanks in advance.
[/code]9th March 2007 at 9:50 pm #9514DeadPoetParticipant
Perhaps your Hard Disk is Full? You can check this with the command ‘df’.10th March 2007 at 10:13 pm #9515rpeddeParticipant
Perhaps your Hard Disk is Full? You can check this with the command ‘df’.
Or /tmp isn’t writable. Or the file system the db is sitting on is read-only.
Those are the only things I can think of that make that error come up.
— Ron10th March 2007 at 10:18 pm #9516CCRDudeParticipant
I was thinking about the TLEN field which is part of the ID3v2 standard… does the Xing encoder add something different, and do you care about the TLEN field at all if you mention a Xing one instead?10th March 2007 at 10:24 pm #9517rpeddeParticipant
I was thinking about the TLEN field which is part of the ID3v2 standard… does the Xing encoder add something different, and do you care about the TLEN field at all if you mention a Xing one instead?
Wrong thread, I think. 🙂
But no, I read both. But there are a *lot* of mp3s with xing tag but no tlen. I’ve supported tlen since before 0.2.4, so if iTunes gets the length right and I don’t, it’s because it’s an old file (or old tagger) with xing but not tlen.
That’s my guess anyway.16th March 2007 at 8:48 pm #9518bbjonzParticipant
I forgot to check back on this. Turns out my system partition was full. I can’t figure out why, as before installing OpenVPN it was less that 50% full. I haven’t found the offending files, but I did use GParted Live to resize the partitions, and all is well. Funny, but I didn’t think to check the partition because I didn’t think it was anywhere close to full.
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