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Nalle Johansson
2005-05-18, 00:22
I reinstalled everything yesterday and made a rescan of the
music library (with clean)
7,5 h later it wasn´t finished but in my settings I have
defined autorescan at 03:00.

At 03:00 the server made a BSOD.

Is it a bug or is it another thing that made my BSOD?

Now at 9:00 in the morning. I have put it on rescan again
but I now notice that this isn´t using all processorpower
as it did yesterday..

(I can have music playing on at least 1 player now - but at
the first rescan the music was only on för 30 sec before is
was quiet for 10 sec and then continued playing where is
stopped.)

Bästa hälsningar/Best Regards
Nalle Johansson

mherger
2005-05-18, 00:32
> At 03:00 the server made a BSOD.
> Is it a bug or is it another thing that made my BSOD?

Of course it's a bug, but not in SlimServer ;-). A perl script would not
create a BSOD. But it may put so much load on your machine that "weak"
parts of your system cause a BSOD. (overheated CPU, memory etc.)

> Now at 9:00 in the morning. I have put it on rescan again

Did you wipe the existing database?

> but I now notice that this isn´t using all processorpower
> as it did yesterday..

If you haven't removed the existing database it might just continue from
where it crashed and finish in a much shorter time. But still: it should
not take hours. You were talking about 8000 songs?

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Nalle Johansson
2005-05-18, 13:41
Slim Devices Discussion <discuss (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com>
skrev den 18 maj 2005 klockan 09:32 +0100:
>> At 03:00 the server made a BSOD.
>> Is it a bug or is it another thing that made my BSOD?
>

>Of course it's a bug, but not in SlimServer ;-). A perl
>script would not
>create a BSOD. But it may put so much load on your machine
>that "weak"
>parts of your system cause a BSOD. (overheated CPU, memory
>etc.)
>
>> Now at 9:00 in the morning. I have put it on rescan again
>
>Did you wipe the existing database?
>
>> but I now notice that this isn´t using all processorpower
>> as it did yesterday..
>
>If you haven't removed the existing database it might just
>continue from
>where it crashed and finish in a much shorter time. But
>still: it should
>not take hours. You were talking about 8000 songs?

When I rescan with cleaning database it is real slow a few
hundred songs per hour. But if I do the normal rescan - it
go fast as hell - 2 hours for my 50 000 songs.

Bästa hälsningar/Best Regards
Nalle Johansson
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