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  • #272
    schiers
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    Hi,

    I have a hang when scanning my mp3 database with 1050. I have a zipped version of my songs.db send to Ron and a part of the log here. It seems it doesn’t like Bob Dylan.

    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Seeking to 41472
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Seeking to 41889
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Seeking to 42307
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: File appears to be CBR... quitting frame count
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Song Length: 139815
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Date Added: 1147373431
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Codec: mpeg
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Entering db_sql_add
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Executing: INSERT INTO songs VALUES (NULL,'/srv/music/Bob Dylan - The Essential/Bob Dylan - Subterranean Homesick Blues.mp3','Bob Dylan - Subterranean Homesick Blues.mp3','Subterranean Homesick Blues','Bob Dylan','The Essential','Rock','','mp3','','','','','',128,44100,139815,2237557,2000,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,2,'MPEG audio file',1147373431,1147373431,0,1147860551,0,0,0,'mpeg',0,0,0)
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Rows: 1
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Exiting db_sql_add
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found /srv/music/Bob Dylan - The Essential/Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue.wma
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Executing: select * from songs where path='/srv/music/Bob Dylan - The Essential/Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue.wma'
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found music file: Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue.wma
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Codec type: wma
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found WMA header: ASF_Header_Object
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Header size: 948
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Header objects: 6
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found subheader: ASF_File_Properties_Object
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: play_duration: 3447660000, send_duration: 3432800000, preroll: 1486
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found subheader: ASF_Stream_Properties_Object
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found subheader: ASF_Header_Extension_Object
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found subheader: ASF_Codec_List_Object
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found subheader: ASF_Content_Description_Object
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Got item of length 38: Tangled Up In Blue
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Got item of length 20: Bob Dylan
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found subheader: ASF_Extended_Content_Description_Object
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Reading extended content description object
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found descriptor: ToolName
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Type: string, value: Windows Media Encoding Utility
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found descriptor: ToolVersion
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Type: string, value: 8.00.00.0302
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found descriptor: WM/AlbumTitle
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Type: string, value: The Essential
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found descriptor: WM/Year
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Type: string, value: 2000
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found descriptor: WM/Track
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Type: string, value: B02
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found descriptor: WM/PromotionURL
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Type: string, value:
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found descriptor: WM/TrackNumber
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Type: string, value: B02
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found descriptor: WM/Genre
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Type: string, value: Rock
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Successfully parsed file
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Date Added: 1147373431
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Codec: wma
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Entering db_sql_add
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Executing: INSERT INTO songs VALUES (NULL,'/srv/music/Bob Dylan - The Essential/Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue.wma','Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue.wma','Tangled Up In Blue','Bob Dylan','The Essential','Rock','','wma','','Bob Dylan','','','',128,0,343280,0,2000,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,2,'WMA audio file',1147373431,1147373431,0,1147860551,0,0,0,'wma',0,0,0)
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Rows: 1
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Exiting db_sql_add
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Found /srv/music/Bob Dylan - The Essential/Bob Dylan - The Time They Are A-Changin'.mp3
    2006-05-17 12:09:11: Executing: select * from songs where path='/srv/music/Bob Dylan - The Essential/Bob Dylan - The Time They Are A-Changin''.mp3'
    2006-05-17 12:11:10: SocketDataReady got a packet from 192.168.9.8 to 224.0.0.251 on interface 192.168.9.9/eth0/2
    2006-05-17 12:11:10: Received Query from 192.168.9.8 :5353 to 224.0.0.251 :5353 on 0x08098CB8 with 4 Questions, 0 Answers, 0 Authorities, 0 Additionals
    2006-05-17 12:11:10: select(6, 0.025390)
    2006-05-17 12:11:10: mDNS_Execute
    2006-05-17 12:11:10: select(6, 1965580.866210)
    2006-05-17 12:13:48: Got INT signal. Notifying daap server.

    Regards,
    Carsten.

    #4417
    rpedde
    Participant

    @schiers wrote:

    Hi,

    I have a hang when scanning my mp3 database with 1050. I have a zipped version of my songs.db send to Ron and a part of the log here. It seems it doesn’t like Bob Dylan.

    But then, can you blame it?

    lol.. j/k.

    Can you email that last song to me at ron at pedde.com?

    #4418
    schiers
    Participant

    Ron,

    I tried. Let’s see whether your Inbox accepts it.

    BR,
    Carsten.

    P.S.: I have emailed you also on the fact that my entry in this forum on the conenction errors is lost. Can you restore it? Otherwise I would try to document it again, as the problem is anoying and persistent.

    #4419
    rpedde
    Participant

    @schiers wrote:

    Ron,

    I tried. Let’s see whether your Inbox accepts it.

    BR,
    Carsten.

    P.S.: I have emailed you also on the fact that my entry in this forum on the conenction errors is lost. Can you restore it? Otherwise I would try to document it again, as the problem is anoying and persistent.

    In point of fact, I can’t. Some of the anon stuff didn’t come over in the conversion, and I don’t think I can put it back without wrecking the new stuff.

    So I guess it’s lost. 🙂

    I really would like to see the capture. I’ll see if I can find a way to get something set up for you to upload it.

    — Ron

    #4420
    schiers
    Participant

    Moin,

    @rpedde wrote:

    I really would like to see the capture. I’ll see if I can find a way to get something set up for you to upload it.

    I am now able to easily reproduce the situation. I will do so tonight and create a -d10 log and its according tcpdump. The size will then be so small that i am sure to send it as email.

    Problem with my old tcpdump is it’s 8 MB compressed and I don’t remeber the time of the loss of connection.

    BR,
    Carsten.

    #4421
    joedunn
    Participant

    I’m having the same issue as you, during the the DB scan when I start it up it dies while parsing my classical collection. I start mt-daapd with the following options:


    mt-daapd -c /etc/mt-daapd.conf -f

    Its gets to a certain beethoven song:


    Short read: /mnt/media/media/Music/25 Beethoven Favorites/25-Symphony No. 9 in D Minor _Choral_ ( IV. Finale_All_Egero_Assai).mp3
    Rendezvous socket closed (daapd server crashed?) Aborting.
    Aborting
    Segmentation fault

    So I renamed the song to Symphony.No.9.in.D.Minor.Choral.IV.Finale.Egero.Assai.mp3.

    When I started up mt-daapd with the above command it scanned 1889 in. I have over 13000. So, I started up the background scanner from the web page I got the following:


    Short read: /mnt/media/media/Music/25 Beethoven Favorites/Symphony.No.9.in.D.Minor.Choral.IV.Finale.Egero.Assai.mp3
    Rendezvous socket closed (daapd server crashed?) Aborting.
    Aborting
    Segmentation fault

    Any help is appeciated.

    Thanks

    Joe

    #4422
    fizze
    Participant

    Well I assume theres a problem with tags here.

    what fs is /mnt/media ?

    #4423
    joedunn
    Participant

    Hi Fizzie,

    Thanks for your time, the file systems is ext3, I am currently using lvm1 with ext3.

    After starting mt-daapd serveral more times and killing it off and starting back up its functioning now, and seems stable. I’ve streamed about 20 songs from it so far and I am monitoring the log file.

    Two things I’ve noticed so far, one, the mt-daapd.playlist dosen’t seem to be read during runtime, but the playlists created from the web brower work quite well.

    The other thing, mt-daapd working with itunes works well, and song via the library and via playlists created from the web browser work. But via daapd to my XBMC (xbox media centre) do not. It shows the playlists but the lists themselves are empty. XMBC worked fine with stable verison mt-daapd.

    Thank you again for your response, and if you require or would like more information feel free to ask.

    #4424
    fizze
    Participant

    Two things I’ve noticed so far, one, the mt-daapd.playlist dosen’t seem to be read during runtime, but the playlists created from the web brower work quite well.

    Indeed, the .playlist file isnt being browsed anymore, and the playlists that are created from the web interface are stored in the database.

    Sorry, no clue about XBMC.

    #4425
    joedunn
    Participant

    No worries, life on the bleeding edge is bound to cut you in the end. A quick work around i did was just to use m3u’s via smb for XBMC music playing.

    Great application though, I’ve been using it for sometime, first time I tried cvs/svn/nightly builds though. Webplaylist functionality is worth it alone.

    Thanks again

    Joe

    #4426
    rpedde
    Participant

    @joedunn wrote:

    No worries, life on the bleeding edge is bound to cut you in the end. A quick work around i did was just to use m3u’s via smb for XBMC music playing.

    Can you email me that pathalogical mp3 file to ron at pedde.com?

    I’ve got a handful of bad files on my desktop I’m looking to fix, and I’d like to add that one.

    — Ron

    #4427
    schiers
    Participant

    Problem solved for me with 1082.

    BR,
    Carsten.

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