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Firefly won’t STAY running

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  • #2095

    Anonymous

    I set up Firefly many months ago… long enough so I forgot how I did it… and it functioned fine until today – I could get access to my music on my hard drive through my laptop upstairs on iTunes. Today it quit on me, and every time I try to start Firefly running it quits on me.

    The log says this:

    Firefly Version svn-1463: Starting with debuglevel 2
    Starting rendezvous daemon
    Building drive mapping table from C:Program FilesFirefly Media Servermapping.ini
    Initializing database
    Query: vacuum
    Error: playlistitems.playlistid may not be NULL
    Aborting

    Can anyone help?

    #15704

    EVILRipper
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    It seems to die on the database, maybe it got corrupted. (it happens)
    Try deleting the database; That way it will do a rescan on startup and create a brand new database file.

    In linux fireflies, the database is called songs.db (or songs3.db). Perhaps it has the same name in windows?

    King regards,
    Erik

    #15705

    rpedde
    Participant

    @evilripper wrote:

    It seems to die on the database, maybe it got corrupted. (it happens)
    Try deleting the database; That way it will do a rescan on startup and create a brand new database file.

    In linux fireflies, the database is called songs.db (or songs3.db). Perhaps it has the same name in windows?

    King regards,
    Erik

    Yep, that’s almost certainly it. In windows, it’s in Program FilesFirefly Media Serversongs.db (or songs3.db, depending on the version).

    — Ron

    #15706

    Anonymous

    thanks, did that but no luck. I get the exact same message. Any ideas?

    #15707

    rpedde
    Participant

    @koprisko wrote:

    thanks, did that but no luck. I get the exact same message. Any ideas?

    Nope. Could try upgrading to new nightlies http://nightlies.fireflymediaserver.org, but that’s all I can think of.

    — Ron

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