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    QNAP database....

    Hi,
    I seem to have got my database screwed up somehow (wrong artworks for albums, duplicated artworks, a "No Album" icon etc...).

    Clearing the database and re-scanning doesn't fix.

    I imagine that deleting the db file will cure the problem as it will truly rebuild the dBase.

    Question is I'm running slimserver on a QNAP, where is the DB file and how can I delete it?

    Ta

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    Not sure if this helps, but i have had this a few times (usually after upgrading slimserver) and i have always fixed it by simply clearing my webbrowsers cache.

    The database is in slimserver\server\cache - i just delete the whole 'cache' folder.
    Cheers, auto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by staresy View Post
    Hi,
    I seem to have got my database screwed up somehow (wrong artworks for albums, duplicated artworks, a "No Album" icon etc...).

    Clearing the database and re-scanning doesn't fix.

    I imagine that deleting the db file will cure the problem as it will truly rebuild the dBase.

    Question is I'm running slimserver on a QNAP, where is the DB file and how can I delete it?

    Ta
    Did you clear the database using the script available from the Progressive downloads page ?

    My understanding is that this actualy deletes the db file.

    Andrew.

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