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    Genres = Tidal

    Sorry if this has been covered I've only just started my LMS journey.
    Seems when I enable the plugin my Genre's get updated to Tidal.
    Any work around for this?

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      Online music service integration - how to test

      > Seems when I enable the plugin my Genre's get updated to Tidal.

      Can you elaborate?
      Michael

      "It doesn't work - what shall I do?" - "Please check your server.log and/or scanner.log file!"
      (LMS: Settings/Information)

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        Originally posted by mherger View Post
        > Seems when I enable the plugin my Genre's get updated to Tidal.

        Can you elaborate?
        I enabled the Tidal plugin and also 'Online music service integration' and this resulted in only having one genre which was Tidal.

        I removed the plugin the deleted library.db and once the database rebuilt I have all the genres back.

        I now think it could be corruption as I've just enabled the plugin to test and get screenshots and it all seems OK.

        Thanks for checking back with me........

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          Online music service integration - how to test

          > I enabled the Tidal plugin and also 'Online music service integration'
          > and this resulted in only having one genre which was Tidal.


          And you do have local music by artists which aren't in your TIDAL
          collection? Would you mind sharing a scanner.log.zip with us after a
          full scan with online music integration enabled?
          Michael

          "It doesn't work - what shall I do?" - "Please check your server.log and/or scanner.log file!"
          (LMS: Settings/Information)

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            Originally posted by mherger View Post
            > I enabled the Tidal plugin and also 'Online music service integration'
            > and this resulted in only having one genre which was Tidal.


            And you do have local music by artists which aren't in your TIDAL
            collection? Would you mind sharing a scanner.log.zip with us after a
            full scan with online music integration enabled?
            I re-imported everything and its now OK.
            Thanks for coming back to me.......

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              Originally posted by mherger View Post
              >That's really odd, as 4GB should be more than enough to handle 100k
              tracks. Could you please disable all 3rd party plugins, and the online
              scanner, to see whether this would run a full scan? If that's ok, then
              re-enable the TIDAL integration and test again. etc.
              Okay, I don't get very consequent results. I have tried disabling all but the Tidal plugin and sometimes it scans through, other times it doesn't. I managed to make a few scans where I killed the Bridge plugin processes and appeared to get somewhere, then suddenly that stopped working.

              I am on the brink of simply ditching the pCPs and go back to the PC based linuxes. They work splendidly with the same setup and the same amount of RAM. The pCPs have 2GB and 4GB respectively. I have been unable to get one with 8GB to test that. They appear to be still sold out everywhere.

              For the record, the pCP setup itself is default out-of-the-box. I don't suppose there is anything there I can tweak to remedy this?

              p.s. Running without the Tidal integration it scans through.
              Thomas Nielsen

              I breathe music...

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                Originally posted by thniels View Post
                ...I am on the brink of simply ditching the pCPs and go back to the PC based linuxes. They work splendidly with the same setup and the same amount of RAM. The pCPs have 2GB and 4GB respectively. I have been unable to get one with 8GB to test that. They appear to be still sold out everywhere.
                ...
                If you are comfortable with Linux, your Pi can run Raspberry Pi OS (formerly called Rasbian), which is based on Debian, instead of pCP. I have LMS running on a 4 GB Pi 4 with RPOS. No problems with online music integration, BUT I am not using Tidal.
                Usually running latest beta LMS nightly on Raspberry Pi OS with virtual players (Squeezelite and Airplay bridge). Occasionally using SB Radio, Boom or Classic.

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                  Online music service integration - how to test

                  > Okay, I don't get very consequent results. I have tried disabling all
                  > but the Tidal plugin and sometimes it scans through, other times it
                  > doesn't. I managed to make a few scans where I killed the Bridge plugin
                  > processes and appeared to get somewhere, then suddenly that stopped
                  > working.


                  At which stage would the scan fail?
                  Michael

                  "It doesn't work - what shall I do?" - "Please check your server.log and/or scanner.log file!"
                  (LMS: Settings/Information)

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                    Within seconds...

                    Code:
                    [22-12-15 12:44:13.7718] main::main (202) Starting Logitech Media Server scanner (v8.3.1, 1670141275, Sun 04 Dec 2022 09:30:06 AM CET) perl 5.032001
                    [22-12-15 12:44:14.1013] Carp::Clan::__ANON__ (216) Warning: DBIx::Class::ResultSet::update_or_create(): Query returned more than one row.  SQL that returns multiple rows is DEPRECATED for ->find and ->single at /usr/local/slimserver/Slim/Schema.pm line 1927
                    [22-12-15 12:44:14.3828] Slim::Music::Import::runImporter (579) Starting Plugins::MusicArtistInfo::Importer scan
                    [22-12-15 12:44:14.7230] Plugins::MusicArtistInfo::Importer::_getAlbumCoverURL (198)   finished in 0.326 seconds
                    [22-12-15 12:44:14.7523] Plugins::MusicArtistInfo::Importer::_scanAlbumGenre (306)     finished in 0.002 seconds
                    [22-12-15 12:44:34.5952] Plugins::MusicArtistInfo::Importer2::_getArtistPhotoURL (198) finished in 19.793 seconds
                    [22-12-15 12:44:34.5958] Slim::Music::Import::endImporter (712) Completed Plugins::MusicArtistInfo::Importer Scan in 20.213 seconds.
                    [22-12-15 12:44:34.5968] Slim::Music::Import::runImporter (579) Starting Slim::Plugin::ExtendedBrowseModes::Libraries scan
                    [22-12-15 12:44:34.6223] Slim::Music::Import::endImporter (712) Completed Slim::Plugin::ExtendedBrowseModes::Libraries Scan in 0.025 seconds.
                    [22-12-15 12:44:34.6231] Slim::Music::Import::runImporter (579) Starting Slim::Music::VirtualLibraries scan
                    [22-12-15 12:44:37.5197] Slim::Music::Import::endImporter (712) Completed Slim::Music::VirtualLibraries Scan in 2.897 seconds.
                    [22-12-15 12:44:37.5535] Slim::Music::Artwork::updateStandaloneArtwork (234) Starting updateStandaloneArtwork for 0 albums
                    [22-12-15 12:44:37.5541] Slim::Music::Import::endImporter (712) Completed updateStandaloneArtwork Scan in 0.031 seconds.
                    [22-12-15 12:44:37.5922] Slim::Music::Artwork::precacheAllArtwork (657) Starting precacheArtwork for 0 albums
                    [22-12-15 12:44:37.5928] Slim::Music::Import::endImporter (712) Completed precacheArtwork Scan in 0.038 seconds.
                    [22-12-15 12:44:37.5937] Slim::Music::Import::runScanPostProcessing (481) Starting Database optimization.
                    [22-12-15 12:44:48.8133] Slim::Music::Import::endImporter (712) Completed dbOptimize Scan in 11.219 seconds.
                    With all but the online plugins disabled it mostly finishes. If I disable only the bridge plugins (which appear to be the ones spending most memory) it seems to be the same behaviour - mostly completing. With no stats to back it up, the latter situation slightly less likely to finish than the complete plugin disablement.

                    I have tried making a fresh pCp with the same results. Still 4GB.

                    I don't suppose there is a way to disable the plugins from the command line? Using --failsafe disables online integration too.
                    Thomas Nielsen

                    I breathe music...

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