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Wayne Mery
2003-12-27, 14:38
I'm attempting v5.0.3 nightly in winXP
I also have moodlogic installed and enabled in slimp3

server is pegged at 100% and nothing is going to/playing on the player.
performance shows server doing some IOreads but no IOwrites.
slimp3 player display is blank - as if the server isn't there.

Twofold question:
1. what's going on?
2. how does one use/view logging?

Thanks
Wayne

dean
2003-12-27, 19:40
Hi Wayne,

I'm not seeing that behavior on my XP machine here. Did the 100% CPU
usage end after the scan of your music library finished?

Also, what happens if you disable the MoodLogic support temporarily?

-dean



On Dec 27, 2003, at 1:38 PM, Wayne Mery wrote:

> I'm attempting v5.0.3 nightly in winXP
> I also have moodlogic installed and enabled in slimp3
>
> server is pegged at 100% and nothing is going to/playing on the player.
> performance shows server doing some IOreads but no IOwrites.
> slimp3 player display is blank - as if the server isn't there.
>
> Twofold question:
> 1. what's going on?
> 2. how does one use/view logging?
>
> Thanks
> Wayne
>

vseerror@lehigh.edu
2003-12-27, 21:02
Quoting dean blackketter <dean (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com>:

> Hi Wayne,
>
> I'm not seeing that behavior on my XP machine here. Did the 100% CPU
> usage end after the scan of your music library finished?

I think it was not until I selected an album to play.
Will double check.

> Also, what happens if you disable the MoodLogic support temporarily?

already disabled with same result
could it be something in IDxxx tags?

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dean
2003-12-28, 08:38
On Dec 27, 2003, at 8:02 PM, vseerror (AT) lehigh (DOT) edu wrote:

> Quoting dean blackketter <dean (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com>:
>
>> Hi Wayne,
>>
>> I'm not seeing that behavior on my XP machine here. Did the 100% CPU
>> usage end after the scan of your music library finished?
>
> I think it was not until I selected an album to play.
> Will double check.
Great. Any help in reproducing it here would be appreicated.

>
>> Also, what happens if you disable the MoodLogic support temporarily?
>
> already disabled with same result
> could it be something in IDxxx tags?
Possibly, but it's probably something having to do with networking...

Wayne Mery
2003-12-28, 13:10
dean blackketter wrote:

>
> On Dec 27, 2003, at 8:02 PM, vseerror (AT) lehigh (DOT) edu wrote:
>
>> Quoting dean blackketter <dean (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com>:
>>
>>> Hi Wayne,
>>>
>>> I'm not seeing that behavior on my XP machine here. Did the 100% CPU
>>> usage end after the scan of your music library finished?
>>
mystery solved.
library scan did not finish.
I found a recursive link between two drives of "My Music" folders.
Not sure how long it was there.