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Jack Coates
2005-04-03, 12:37
I was cleaning up tags and rescan didn't pick up the changes, so I wiped
database and got this:
1 S J A R A X A H A W B D A J A F N A M K A C S K L D C K M I J N M B
S L B V S B S B F B W T M R Z L B V W B F P B V B E R M A T B T B P K P
B M B S D C A C J V C B C N A T C S E N C A R D C V A C H B S V G T C B
L C J C T B C K B D L D C P D R D E D V B D W D S B X D S Y D A D C D B
P G F S L R S M D K D S R M D E S E S E S E G S R D C N B S T D N A B E
T F E O F S C A B T F B P I S W A M C H J M U P G D G E M C T G F H B H
R B L U G P B N S B M S I B D J C I J C J G F I J D J H S J A J D N J G
I J B J D J K T K P B W H J C K 9 T M C N D P M K A T K P L M L M C T L
D L J L R K O L T W B P L K E M P M L B C L O L S K G E X A M T S C R J
P T G M J L S P J S M I B M B S M H L J D L S M G M L M C G K M P N M G
M N A E N P B T L N G S J R S C T O T O B S U N C O P B C S G P M P S P
M L P R E M B F S P R P C M L S R E A L M R H B M S P C P T R M S R K J
R L P D H R W M S A R A L C W M P C H F R S R M T E O A S N S R S R D H
L B J A F I N T J N S E M R U S P S B E S R S U L C L I U T K V R D S L
M P E W K D T S N T R S T C B K S T K E C P K J T S V G T E G W M T C M
W J T I D U D M R U L R T V C L S B S T M E T S W S T U S V W S W A W I
S D E W H S W R W Y W Y B

All Albums

So I wiped database again, and got it again.

The slimserver.db is at
http://www.monkeynoodle.org/tmp/slimserver.db.bz2. I then deleted the db
entirely, restarted and let it rebuild that way... result is fine.

I suspect that it was the restart which really cleaned things up, seems
like there's a problem with in-memory caching. This is 6.0.0.

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Jack at Monkeynoodle dot Org: It's a Scientific Venture...
Riding the Emergency Third Rail Power Trip since 1996!

Dan Sully
2005-04-03, 12:42
* Jack Coates shaped the electrons to say...

>So I wiped database again, and got it again.
>
>The slimserver.db is at
>http://www.monkeynoodle.org/tmp/slimserver.db.bz2. I then deleted the db
>entirely, restarted and let it rebuild that way... result is fine.
>
>I suspect that it was the restart which really cleaned things up, seems
>like there's a problem with in-memory caching. This is 6.0.0.

Jack - I recently put in some changes to the Wipe DB code which I believe
clear this up. Could you try the latest nightly and see if you run into it again?

Thanks.

-D
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Jack Coates
2005-04-03, 13:00
Dan Sully wrote:
> * Jack Coates shaped the electrons to say...
>
>> So I wiped database again, and got it again.
>>
>> The slimserver.db is at
>> http://www.monkeynoodle.org/tmp/slimserver.db.bz2. I then deleted the
>> db entirely, restarted and let it rebuild that way... result is fine.
>>
>> I suspect that it was the restart which really cleaned things up,
>> seems like there's a problem with in-memory caching. This is 6.0.0.
>
>
> Jack - I recently put in some changes to the Wipe DB code which I believe
> clear this up. Could you try the latest nightly and see if you run into
> it again?
>
> Thanks.
>
> -D

It'll have to wait til tonight since the auto-rpm build isn't working

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Jack at Monkeynoodle dot Org: It's a Scientific Venture...
Riding the Emergency Third Rail Power Trip since 1996!

Dan Sully
2005-04-03, 15:02
* Jack Coates shaped the electrons to say...

> It'll have to wait til tonight since the auto-rpm build isn't working

Right - I'll have a look at that once my hangover passes.

-D
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<dr.pox> do they call it 'gq' because it makes your text fashionable?

Dan Sully
2005-04-03, 15:03
* slim (AT) adamreeve (DOT) com shaped the electrons to say...

>Dan - this looks just like what I was seeing. As I mentioned before, if I
>totally clear the "Articles to Ignore" list it fixes it - I can wipe &
>rescan as much as I like and it stays good. If I add anything to that list
>(even rubbish like xxxx) it screws it right up :)

Adam - what revision of the server are you using?

-D
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<dr.pox> do they call it 'gq' because it makes your text fashionable?

Dan Sully
2005-04-03, 17:54
* slim (AT) adamreeve (DOT) com shaped the electrons to say...

>SlimServer Version: 6.0.0 - 2781
>
>I sent you a db file a few days ago from when it's in a bad state.

Right - hard to keep track of all of this. :)

Can you try with the latest 6.0.1 nightly build? I believe I've gotten this fixed there.

-D
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Jack Coates
2005-04-03, 19:11
Dan Sully wrote:
> * Jack Coates shaped the electrons to say...
>
>> So I wiped database again, and got it again.
>>
>> The slimserver.db is at
>> http://www.monkeynoodle.org/tmp/slimserver.db.bz2. I then deleted the
>> db entirely, restarted and let it rebuild that way... result is fine.
>>
>> I suspect that it was the restart which really cleaned things up,
>> seems like there's a problem with in-memory caching. This is 6.0.0.
>
>
> Jack - I recently put in some changes to the Wipe DB code which I believe
> clear this up. Could you try the latest nightly and see if you run into
> it again?
>
> Thanks.
>
> -D


got around to building a quick-n-dirty RPM of the nightly and installed
it. Database is oll korrect and picked up recent changes. Played a song,
then hit wipe cache. result looks fine.

--
Jack at Monkeynoodle dot Org: It's a Scientific Venture...
Riding the Emergency Third Rail Power Trip since 1996!

Dan Sully
2005-04-03, 19:14
* Jack Coates shaped the electrons to say...

>got around to building a quick-n-dirty RPM of the nightly and installed
>it. Database is oll korrect and picked up recent changes. Played a song,
>then hit wipe cache. result looks fine.

So I managed to get my database to go wacky for the first time, but haven't
been able to reproduce it again.. still hunting this one down.

-D
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