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John Eckman
2005-03-01, 13:10
Downloaded and installed SlimServer_v2005_03_01 - manual rescan works
fine, no such error.

Will see if the scheduled has a problem but would expect this is fixed.

>> Windows 2000 server, Running a recent 6.0 nightly - I think it is
>> 2/25 or so.
>>
>> Whenever I rescan my library (either by hitting "rescan" in the
>> server settings or via the automated scheduled scan which I have set
>> for 2am each night) the slimserver crashes somewhere during the process.
>>
>> There is a message in the Event log: "Can't call method 'url' on an
>> undefined value at /Perl/App/Slim/Music/Info.pm at line 88"
>>
>> Is this something that is fixed in newer nightlies?
>
>
> John - most likely. If you could grab the latest and let me know if it
> happens, that'd be great.
>
> The error message above doesn't make any sense given the location in
> the code.
>
> Thanks.
>
> -D

John Eckman
2005-03-01, 14:19
I spoke to soon. The manual rescan I did worked fine, but when I set a
scheduled one it crashed with the error again.

Same message, but I copied the number wrong - it used to say line 818,
now it says line 819.

I'm trying another manual one now - maybe it is only the scheduled rescans?

> Downloaded and installed SlimServer_v2005_03_01 - manual rescan works
> fine, no such error.
>
> Will see if the scheduled has a problem but would expect this is fixed.
>
>>> Windows 2000 server, Running a recent 6.0 nightly - I think it is
>>> 2/25 or so.
>>>
>>> Whenever I rescan my library (either by hitting "rescan" in the
>>> server settings or via the automated scheduled scan which I have set
>>> for 2am each night) the slimserver crashes somewhere during the
>>> process.
>>>
>>> There is a message in the Event log: "Can't call method 'url' on an
>>> undefined value at /Perl/App/Slim/Music/Info.pm at line 88"
>>>
>>> Is this something that is fixed in newer nightlies?
>>
>>
>>
>> John - most likely. If you could grab the latest and let me know if
>> it happens, that'd be great.
>>
>> The error message above doesn't make any sense given the location in
>> the code.
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
>> -D
>
>
>
>

Dan Sully
2005-03-01, 14:23
* John Eckman shaped the electrons to say...

>I spoke to soon. The manual rescan I did worked fine, but when I set a
>scheduled one it crashed with the error again.
>
>Same message, but I copied the number wrong - it used to say line 818,
>now it says line 819.
>
>I'm trying another manual one now - maybe it is only the scheduled rescans?

Ok - thanks for the information. Are you using iTunes, MusicMagic or Moodlogic?

-D
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