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  • #550
    grommet
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    I did a fresh install… it started the scan at 22:42 and it’s 23:00 now and songs.db is only 2GB currently. I think it’s related to your updated WMA scan code. Yeah, my fault. 🙂

    Something got stuck… I think because it was a WMA V8 file… (I guess it’s good I keep V8 files around for regression testing.) Here is the log:

    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found music file: 01 I Should Know.wma
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Codec type: wma
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found WMA header: ASF_Header_Object
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Header size: 2779
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Header objects: 7
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): 0x0000001E: Found subheader: ASF_Content_Description_Object
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Got item of length 28: I Should Know
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Got item of length 24: Dirty Vegas
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): 0x00000074: Found subheader: ASF_Extended_Content_Description_Object
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading extended content description object
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 0 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/Track
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: int, value: 0
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 1 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WMFSDKVersion
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: 8.00.00.4483
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 2 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WMFSDKNeeded
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: 0.0.0.0000
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 3 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/TrackNumber
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: int, value: 1
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 4 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/Year
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: 2002
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 5 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/EncodingTime
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: ll, value: -1811445632
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 6 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/UniqueFileIdentifier
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: AMGa_id=R 591768;AMGp_id=P 513153;AMGt_id=T 5547142
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 7 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/Composer
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: Ben Harris
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 8 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/Publisher
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: Capitol
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 9 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/Genre
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: Electronica & Dance
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 10 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/AlbumTitle
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: Dirty Vegas
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 11 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/AlbumArtist
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: Dirty Vegas
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 12 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/MCDI
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: bytes
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 13 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/Provider
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: AMG
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 14 of 15
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/ProviderRating
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: 3
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): 0x00000454: Found subheader: ASF_Stream_Bitrate_Properties_Object
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): 0x00000474: Found subheader: ASF_File_Properties_Object
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): play_duration: -575607296, send_duration: 0, preroll: -598637296
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): 0x000004DC: Found subheader: ASF_Header_Extension_Object
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found header ext of 1225 (1271) bytes
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found ext subheader: ASF_Metadata_Library_Object
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading extended content description object
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 0 of 7
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/MediaClassPrimaryID
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 1 of 7
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/MediaClassSecondaryID
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 2 of 7
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/WMContentID
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 3 of 7
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/Composer
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: Paul Harris
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 4 of 7
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/Composer
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Type: string, value: Steve Smith
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 5 of 7
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/WMCollectionID
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Reading descr 6 of 7
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Found descriptor: WM/WMCollectionGroupID
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Size: 494
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Unknown ext subheader: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Size: 0
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Unknown ext subheader: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Size: 0
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Unknown ext subheader: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Size: 0
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Unknown ext subheader: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Size: 0
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Unknown ext subheader: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Size: 0
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Unknown ext subheader: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Size: 0
    2006-08-28 22:54:12 (f3f11f6d): Unknown ext subheader: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000

    The last part just repeats forever. ❓ I’ll send you a sample…

    So, in order to Firefly to run… I need to exclude my WMA content. D’oh!

    #6150
    grommet
    Participant

    By the way, as long as it doesn’t die on the scan… Firefly does now happily extract multiple composers from the WMA tags and insert them them into a single Firefly Composer entry. Cool.

    #6151
    rpedde
    Participant

    @grommet wrote:

    By the way, as long as it doesn’t die on the scan… Firefly does now happily extract multiple composers from the WMA tags and insert them them into a single Firefly Composer entry. Cool.

    Hrm… doesn’t like subheaders of length zero.

    So my question would be, why put in a subheader of size zero?

    I’ll look at that tonight. Probably someting I don’t quite understand about those subheaders. I have so few examples of wma files, and the subheader stuff is vendor specific, so I’m kind of guessing on the format of these.

    Thanks for sending me the example.

    — Ron

    #6152
    grommet
    Participant

    Thanks, Ron. No idea why it’s like that… all I know is that some old content can exist like that. 😕 Once that gets dropped in a nightly, I should have enough time to beat on it again… 😛

    #6153
    fizze
    Participant

    Right, I installed firefly on win32 for the first time.
    Running XP SP2 on a rusty AMD ATHLON XP, if anyone cares.

    this is what I got during the scanning in the log:

    2006-09-01 15:25:24 (c4050bdf): Rescanning database
    2006-09-01 15:26:09 (625ccad1): Thread 63: could not read: Eine bestehende Verbindung wurde softwaregesteuert
    durch den Hostcomputer abgebrochen.

    2006-09-01 15:27:13 (6262d2fc): Thread 86: could not read: Eine bestehende Verbindung wurde softwaregesteuert
    durch den Hostcomputer abgebrochen.

    the text reads kinda “Thread xy: Could not read: an existing connection has been reset by host”

    The scan goes on though, and I could watch the files increase via the web interface….?

    #6154
    rpedde
    Participant

    @fizze wrote:

    the text reads kinda “Thread xy: Could not read: an existing connection has been reset by host”

    The scan goes on though, and I could watch the files increase via the web interface….?

    That’s really less of an error than it is informational. Probably a thread serving up web pages and the browser fetched everything, so the browser closed the socket.

    That’s normal. What’s your debuglevel, though? High, or default? If default, it probalby needs tuned down.

    — Ron

    #6155
    fizze
    Participant

    debuglevel was 0 😉

    #6156
    jesterfred
    Participant

    Is the “Bonjour” service only supported on the Windows version of the server? I use Ubuntu Linux and the server status page states that the service is stopped.

    #6157
    JohnS
    Participant

    I noticed that when I installed SVN-1372, the log from the initial startup of the server indicated a debug level of 2, even though the config webpage indicated a level of 0. I changed the level from 0 to another value and then back to 0 on the webpage, restarted the server, and the debug level was 0. Perhaps this was fizze’s problem ?

    JohnS

    #6158
    fizze
    Participant

    Yes, I can confirm this.

    I noticed it until I twiggled with the config file manually. I think that the initial (read: default) config file isnt suited too well for the config app, perhaps ?
    Im back at modifying the config file manually however, since Im used to that.

    #6159
    rpedde
    Participant

    @fizze wrote:

    Yes, I can confirm this.

    I noticed it until I twiggled with the config file manually. I think that the initial (read: default) config file isnt suited too well for the config app, perhaps ?
    Im back at modifying the config file manually however, since Im used to that.

    There really is no debug level 0. Debug levels 0 and 1 always get reported, no matter what the debug level is. Also, the debuglevel doesn’t come from the config file, but the web page reports what the value is based on the config file. So if it isn’t specified in the config file, then it reports it as 0, even it if was started with a different config value.

    If that makes sense.

    Probably doesn’t, but there you go. The bottom line is that it’s normal, not abnormal, just seems abnormal. 🙂

    #6160
    fizze
    Participant

    yes.
    still there is a little bug in the config applet thingy on win32, since the selection box there clearly had the value “0” in it. and in the config file and web interface it said “2”.

    😉

    #6161
    rpedde
    Participant

    @fizze wrote:

    yes.
    still there is a little bug in the config applet thingy on win32, since the selection box there clearly had the value “0” in it. and in the config file and web interface it said “2”.

    😉

    lol

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