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    Anonymous

    I have a spare NLSU and can dig out a 300GB drive but wanted to see if anyone else has experience with this.

    I am concerned that loading an 80MB DB onto a NSLU with up to 2 PCs and 4 Roku Soundbridge devices may be to optimistic for the NSLU.

    Can anyone shed any light and save a few hours of testing please?

    Thanks

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    fizze
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    Not with sqlite2. The initial delay on browse artist or the likes is too much for the soundbridge.

    Someone had an equally sized database, and I think there was mentioned that somewhere around the 50K songs you hit a brickwall with the soundbridge as client.

    Using sqlite3 and a huge database seems to work, though. You might be able to dig out some threads about that here.

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