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  • #1537

    Darth Nemo
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    Hi,

    I was hoping someone could help.

    But before the problem, here is the setup I’m running

    NSLU2 which has been Unslung and SVN-1586 armeb.ipk installed
    Soundbridge M1000 and M1001 both connected wirelessly

    I’ve recently upgraded the firefly software to SVN-1586, I can’t remember the exact previous version but it was around 1450, and now my Sondbridges refuse to play any songs. They can see the libraries, and see the songs but they are unable to play them.

    There have been other changes, recently both of my soundbridges updated their internal firmware to the latest version, and I’ve started using Itunes, and Firefly seems happy to see playlists from Itunes but can’t see any of the songs within them?

    Can you please bear in mind that my knowledge of using the NSLU2 is limited to following some of the idiots guides on the internet so if you need to do something could you give me the exact code?

    Prior to this upgrade, I had been running Firefly through the NSLU2 for nearly a year without problems.

    Thanks in advance,

    Darth Nemo

    #11583

    rpedde
    Participant

    @Darth Nemo wrote:

    Hi,

    I was hoping someone could help.

    But before the problem, here is the setup I’m running

    NSLU2 which has been Unslung and SVN-1586 armeb.ipk installed
    Soundbridge M1000 and M1001 both connected wirelessly

    I’ve recently upgraded the firefly software to SVN-1586, I can’t remember the exact previous version but it was around 1450, and now my Sondbridges refuse to play any songs. They can see the libraries, and see the songs but they are unable to play them.

    There have been other changes, recently both of my soundbridges updated their internal firmware to the latest version, and I’ve started using Itunes, and Firefly seems happy to see playlists from Itunes but can’t see any of the songs within them?

    Can you please bear in mind that my knowledge of using the NSLU2 is limited to following some of the idiots guides on the internet so if you need to do something could you give me the exact code?

    Prior to this upgrade, I had been running Firefly through the NSLU2 for nearly a year without problems.

    Thanks in advance,

    Darth Nemo

    go into the web admin, and set a log file. Maybe in the same root as your music. Then set the debug level to 9 from the web interface and try and play a song. Then, either zip up the logfile and send it to me at [email protected], or look through it, see if you can find the part where the soundbridge is trying to fetch the song and post it here.

    — Ron

    #11584

    Darth Nemo
    Participant

    Hi Ron,

    Amazingly everything worked fine this morning, and yet this afternoon it all stopped again – the only difference, I did a full db rescan to pick up new songs as this is the only way they’ll get added to the list. Have a look at the following
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Thread 21: Error opening /SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/THE FRATELLIS/COSTELLO MUSIC/THE FRATELLIS – 01 – HENRIETTA.MP3: No such file or directory
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Thread 21: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Updating Connection from close to close
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Emitting reponse header Content-Language: en_us
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Emitting reponse header Content-Type: text/html
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Emitting reponse header Server: mt-daapd/svn-1586
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Emitting reponse header Connection: close
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Emitting reponse header Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2007 17:58:33 GMT
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Entering config_set_status
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Exiting config_set_status
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Executing: update songs set play_count=play_count + 1, time_played=1183917513 where id=30546
    2007-07-08

    It is also recording the times as GMT +2, whereas default system time is GMT+1 as we are in British Summer Time.

    Is there anyway to roll back to a previous version of SVN or do you think the problem is different.

    I’ve emailed you the logfile from this morning, but I’ll resend it with this new information.

    Darth Nemo.

    BTW when it gets like this, it refuses to play any songs, I’ve tried stopping the server and restarting it but to no avail.

    #11585

    rpedde
    Participant

    @Darth Nemo wrote:

    Hi Ron,

    Amazingly everything worked fine this morning, and yet this afternoon it all stopped again – the only difference, I did a full db rescan to pick up new songs as this is the only way they’ll get added to the list. Have a look at the following
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Thread 21: Error opening /SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/THE FRATELLIS/COSTELLO MUSIC/THE FRATELLIS – 01 – HENRIETTA.MP3: No such file or directory
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Thread 21: Entering ws_returnerror (404: Not found)
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Updating Connection from close to close
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Emitting reponse header Content-Language: en_us
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Emitting reponse header Content-Type: text/html
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Emitting reponse header Server: mt-daapd/svn-1586
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Emitting reponse header Connection: close
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Emitting reponse header Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2007 17:58:33 GMT
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Entering config_set_status
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Exiting config_set_status
    2007-07-08 18:58:33 (00005c03): Executing: update songs set play_count=play_count + 1, time_played=1183917513 where id=30546
    2007-07-08

    It is also recording the times as GMT +2, whereas default system time is GMT+1 as we are in British Summer Time.

    Is there anyway to roll back to a previous version of SVN or do you think the problem is different.

    I’ve emailed you the logfile from this morning, but I’ll resend it with this new information.

    Darth Nemo.

    BTW when it gets like this, it refuses to play any songs, I’ve tried stopping the server and restarting it but to no avail.

    This problem is from having “case insensitive” set to “yes” on a case-sensitive file system. Try changing it back to “no” and doing a full scan.

    See where that gets you. If that doesn’t work, then let me see a log file with a full scan, and then you trying to play a song that won’t play. Then I’ll be better able to figure it out.

    But with this last log file, it looks like the case sensitive thing.

    — Ron

    #11586

    Darth Nemo
    Participant

    Hi Ron,

    Had one hell of a day – it completely broke, but have now managed to get it to the stage it was before. Changed the setting but still not working. I’ll email you the logfile.

    #11587

    rpedde
    Participant

    @Darth Nemo wrote:

    Hi Ron,

    Had one hell of a day – it completely broke, but have now managed to get it to the stage it was before. Changed the setting but still not working. I’ll email you the logfile.

    don’t forget the full rescan. The logs you sent me are still case insensitive.

    — Ron

    #11588

    Darth Nemo
    Participant

    Hi Ron,

    That’s weird, I set it Case Sensitive = No, before doing a full re-scan – I’ll repeat it again just to make sure and send it through.

    It’s running at the moment and I’ll send it through as soon as its done.

    Below is a sample,
    21:48:34 (00000400): Mapping file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Fields of Gold – The Best of Sting 1984-1994/Sting – 15 – Seven Days.mp3 to /share/flash/data/public/MP3/iTunesFields of Gold – The Best of Sting 1984-1994
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESFIELDS OF GOLD – THE BEST OF STING 1984-1994′ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Error statting: No such file or directory
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESFIELDS OF GOLD – THE BEST OF STING 1984-1994′ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Scanning iTunes id #6965
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): scan_path: file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Fields of Gold – The Best of Sting 1984-1994/Sting – 16 – Demolition Man.mp3
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Mapping file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Fields of Gold – The Best of Sting 1984-1994/Sting – 16 – Demolition Man.mp3 to /share/flash/data/public/MP3/iTunesFields of Gold – The Best of Sting 1984-1994
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESFIELDS OF GOLD – THE BEST OF STING 1984-1994′ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Error statting: No such file or directory
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESFIELDS OF GOLD – THE BEST OF STING 1984-1994′ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Scanning iTunes id #6966
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): scan_path: file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Fields of Gold – The Best of Sting 1984-1994/Sting – 17 – This Cowboy Song.mp3
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Mapping file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Fields of Gold – The Best of Sting 1984-1994/Sting – 17 – This Cowboy Song.mp3 to /share/flash/data/public/MP3/iTunesFields of Gold – The Best of Sting 1984-1994
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESFIELDS OF GOLD – THE BEST OF STING 1984-1994′ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Error statting: No such file or directory
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESFIELDS OF GOLD – THE BEST OF STING 1984-1994′ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Scanning iTunes id #6967
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): scan_path: file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Brand New Day/Sting – 01 – A Thousand Years.mp3
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Mapping file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Brand New Day/Sting – 01 – A Thousand Years.mp3 to /share/flash/data/public/MP3/iTunesBrand New Day
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESBRAND NEW DAY’ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Error statting: No such file or directory
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESBRAND NEW DAY’ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Scanning iTunes id #6968
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): scan_path: file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Brand New Day/Sting – 02 – Desert Rose.mp3
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Mapping file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Brand New Day/Sting – 02 – Desert Rose.mp3 to /share/flash/data/public/MP3/iTunesBrand New Day
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESBRAND NEW DAY’ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Error statting: No such file or directory
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESBRAND NEW DAY’ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Scanning iTunes id #6969
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): scan_path: file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Brand New Day/Sting – 03 – Big Lie Small World.mp3
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Mapping file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Brand New Day/Sting – 03 – Big Lie Small World.mp3 to /share/flash/data/public/MP3/iTunesBrand New Day
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESBRAND NEW DAY’ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Error statting: No such file or directory
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESBRAND NEW DAY’ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Scanning iTunes id #6970
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): scan_path: file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Brand New Day/Sting – 04 – After the rain Has Fallen.mp3
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Mapping file://localhost/H:/MP3/Sting/Brand New Day/Sting – 04 – After the rain Has Fallen.mp3 to /share/flash/data/public/MP3/iTunesBrand New Day
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESBRAND NEW DAY’ and idx=0
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Error statting: No such file or directory
    2007-07-09 21:48:34 (00000400): Executing: select * from songs where path=’/SHARE/FLASH/DATA/PUBLIC/MP3/ITUNESBRAND NEW DAY’

    It seems to insert the word ITUNES into the name of the song and miss out perhaps another / – maybe I’m misreading this, will see if turning off process xml files makes a difference

    Darth.

    #11589

    rpedde
    Participant

    @Darth Nemo wrote:

    Hi Ron,

    That’s weird, I set it Case Sensitive = No, before doing a full re-scan – I’ll repeat it again just to make sure and send it through.

    It’s running at the moment and I’ll send it through as soon as its done.

    Darth.

    Oh, sorry… thought the config option was “case insensitive”. In that case, it should be “Yes”. That is, the file system you have those files on *is* case sensitive.

    Probably that’s where the problem lies. Sorry!

    — Ron

    #11590

    Darth Nemo
    Participant

    Hi Ron,

    Changed as suggested – it worked temporarily, and then stopped again – I’ll send through the new log as soon as its finished creating.

    Do you think having process XML files turned on is causing a problem?

    Darth

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