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Phillip Kerman
2005-04-04, 11:40
Okay, so I'm using the latest nightly in attempt to get past the database
corruption issues.

I installed,
wiped cache
waited for it to finish rescanning
....now

browse by artist or album is still messed up... so I'm back to my old way of
browse music folder.

But now what's even worse is that while it plays a song (I have it display
TRACKNUM, TITLE - ARTIST - ALBUM (YEAR)) and it's totally messed up. Shows
the right tracknum and title and artist (so far) but the album and year are
wrong. To me, even the fact the database functionality is not working in
6.0.1--there are other issues that are more important.

Anyway, tell me what else you want me to test but please have this fixed.

Thanks,
Phillip

Dan Sully
2005-04-04, 11:42
* Phillip Kerman shaped the electrons to say...

>Okay, so I'm using the latest nightly in attempt to get past the database
>corruption issues.
>
>I installed,
>wiped cache
>waited for it to finish rescanning
>...now
>
>browse by artist or album is still messed up... so I'm back to my old way of
>browse music folder.
>
>But now what's even worse is that while it plays a song (I have it display
>TRACKNUM, TITLE - ARTIST - ALBUM (YEAR)) and it's totally messed up. Shows
>the right tracknum and title and artist (so far) but the album and year are
>wrong. To me, even the fact the database functionality is not working in
>6.0.1--there are other issues that are more important.
>
>Anyway, tell me what else you want me to test but please have this fixed.

Send me your slimserversql.db file.

Are you browsing while the rescan is still happening?

-D
--
"You can usually recover from production flaws...but you can never recover from a bad design".

Dan Sully
2005-04-04, 11:45
* Phillip Kerman shaped the electrons to say...

>> Are you browsing while the rescan is still happening?
>
>Yes... how else do I know when it's done?

You will see a track count on the main page.

-D
--
"You can usually recover from production flaws...but you can never recover from a bad design".