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  • #901

    The Highlander
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    Hello.

    I found two minor issues in Version svn-1450 (and older versions)

    Under ‘Server Status’ I get the following display:

    Uptime 7 days, 3 hours, 6 minutes, 56 seconds
    Songs 2653
    Songs Served 0
    DB Version 2

    Client IP Action
    192.168.200.250 Serving xml-rpc method
    192.168.200.31 Transcoding ‘It’s A Beautiful Day’ (id 3608)
    192.168.200.30 Transcoding ‘All Because of You’ (id 308)

    First issue:
    There is no song played by any of my SoundBridges M1001.
    I stopped playing the songs before.
    But in this case the transcoding programs on my NSLU2 are still running.
    Sometimes the streaming of the old files is stopped when I start
    to play a new file.

    Second issue:
    The value for ‘Songs Served’ is not incremented for
    transcoded files (FLAC).

    Regards,
    Dirk.

    #7967

    Dave.B
    Participant

    I noticed something similar the other day. On my web interface it showed:

    Uptime ?? days, ?? hours, ?? minutes, ?? seconds
    Songs 13316
    Songs Served ???
    DB Version 2

    Client IP Action
    192.168.2.88 Serving xml-rpc method
    192.168.2.59 Streaming ‘You Are’ (id 9542)
    192.168.2.59 Streaming ‘Hoochie Coochie Man’ (id 5426)

    (From memory – the song info is correct though)

    At this time, the Soundbridge was playing ‘You Are’ and had played ‘Hoochie Coochie Man’ (all the way through) much earlier that day. Everything else was working fine – but for some reason one song got ‘stuck’ in the list.

    I only mention it because I thought it may be a similar issue as described above – it didn’t appear to be a problem. After a restart all was well, and it hasn’t happened again since.

    #7968

    rpedde
    Participant

    @Dave.B wrote:

    I noticed something similar the other day. On my web interface it showed:

    Uptime ?? days, ?? hours, ?? minutes, ?? seconds
    Songs 13316
    Songs Served ???
    DB Version 2

    Client IP Action
    192.168.2.88 Serving xml-rpc method
    192.168.2.59 Streaming ‘You Are’ (id 9542)
    192.168.2.59 Streaming ‘Hoochie Coochie Man’ (id 5426)

    (From memory – the song info is correct though)

    At this time, the Soundbridge was playing ‘You Are’ and had played ‘Hoochie Coochie Man’ (all the way through) much earlier that day. Everything else was working fine – but for some reason one song got ‘stuck’ in the list.

    I only mention it because I thought it may be a similar issue as described above – it didn’t appear to be a problem. After a restart all was well, and it hasn’t happened again since.

    Aaaahhh…. that might be the root of a number of problems.

    What kind of files are those?

    #7969

    Dave.B
    Participant

    @rpedde wrote:

    Aaaahhh…. that might be the root of a number of problems.

    What kind of files are those?

    Sorry Ron – I imagined it was just a minor snag so I forgot about it until I read the first post. Would have mentioned it before otherwise…

    Hoochie Coochie Man is a 320kbps mp3 file. I’ll send it to you if you want, but it is over 9MB – let me know. It was actually new that week. It can only have been in there a few days, but I ripped it as normal, using WMP.

    That stayed in the list while any number of other songs were playing, both MP3 and WMA – I had the SoundBridge shuffling all music (13316 songs with no problem using RSP BTW – with DAAP it would sometimes refuse to load them all). It probably played quite a few songs before I noticed, and continued fine afterwards, but FWIW ‘You Are’ is a 192kbps WMA file.
    HTH

    #7970

    Dave.B
    Participant

    Oh, and I’m on svn-1450 on a Slug…

    #7971

    The Highlander
    Participant

    @The Highlander wrote:

    Second issue:
    The value for ‘Songs Served’ is not incremented for
    transcoded files (FLAC).

    I’m only using FLAC files.

    #7972

    S80_UK
    Participant

    @The Highlander wrote:

    Second issue:
    The value for ‘Songs Served’ is not incremented for
    transcoded files (FLAC).

    I see this too, except for a couple of hours last night after the SB1000 crashed due to some other glitch when the counter started working. Today, back to no count of files.

    I’m using svn-1433 on an Unslung ( version 6.8 ) Slug.

    #7973

    rpedde
    Participant

    @s80_uk wrote:

    @The Highlander wrote:

    Second issue:
    The value for ‘Songs Served’ is not incremented for
    transcoded files (FLAC).

    I see this too, except for a couple of hours last night after the SB1000 crashed due to some other glitch when the counter started working. Today, back to no count of files.

    This one is known. I think I have the fix in svn now though.

    — Ron

    #7974

    S80_UK
    Participant

    @rpedde wrote:

    @s80_uk wrote:

    @The Highlander wrote:

    Second issue:
    The value for ‘Songs Served’ is not incremented for
    transcoded files (FLAC).

    I see this too, except for a couple of hours last night after the SB1000 crashed due to some other glitch when the counter started working. Today, back to no count of files.

    This one is known. I think I have the fix in svn now though.

    — Ron

    Thanks – I look forward to seeing it.

    #7975

    The Highlander
    Participant

    @rpedde wrote:

    @s80_uk wrote:

    @The Highlander wrote:

    Second issue:
    The value for ‘Songs Served’ is not incremented for
    transcoded files (FLAC).

    I see this too, except for a couple of hours last night after the SB1000 crashed due to some other glitch when the counter started working. Today, back to no count of files.

    This one is known. I think I have the fix in svn now though.

    — Ron

    Hi Ron.
    Sorry, no change in svn-1463.

    Dirk.

    #7976

    rpedde
    Participant

    @The Highlander wrote:

    Hi Ron.
    Sorry, no change in svn-1463.

    True. The “maybe fix” is in r1464

    — Ron

    #7977

    The Highlander
    Participant

    Hi Ron.

    I just installed svn-1489.
    Sorry, but no change 🙁
    Counter still not incremented and
    transcoding not stopped….

    #7978

    rpedde
    Participant

    @The Highlander wrote:

    Hi Ron.

    I just installed svn-1489.
    Sorry, but no change 🙁
    Counter still not incremented and
    transcoding not stopped….

    Ah. I think the database play_count is updated, but perhaps the web page indicator isn’t. I’ll look at that.

    #7979

    Iris
    Participant

    @rpedde wrote:

    @The Highlander wrote:

    Hi Ron.

    I just installed svn-1489.
    Sorry, but no change 🙁
    Counter still not incremented and
    transcoding not stopped….

    Ah. I think the database play_count is updated, but perhaps the web page indicator isn’t. I’ll look at that.

    Ron, I’ve been away for a couple of weeks and was wondering if the “songs served” has been fixed for FLAC files along with the transcoding of FLAC files with accent characters?

    – Iris

    #7980

    rpedde
    Participant

    @iris wrote:

    @rpedde wrote:

    @The Highlander wrote:

    Hi Ron.

    I just installed svn-1489.
    Sorry, but no change 🙁
    Counter still not incremented and
    transcoding not stopped….

    Ah. I think the database play_count is updated, but perhaps the web page indicator isn’t. I’ll look at that.

    Ron, I’ve been away for a couple of weeks and was wondering if the “songs served” has been fixed for FLAC files along with the transcoding of FLAC files with accent characters?

    – Iris

    Not yet. I’ve been sick the last week or so, and haven’t done anything but moan and whatnot. 🙂

    I’ve got it on my short list, though.

    — Ron

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