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    New in 7.9: Fulltext search

    > And here's a scanning bug. I'm not sure if it's related to the fulltext
    > scan, but I think it may not be. I noticed several typos in that
    > comment, so I retagged all of the files in the album, changing
    >
    > Recorded live in Copehagen at Cafe Montmarte, April 26, 1962
    > to
    > Recorded live in Copenhagen at Café Montmartre, April 26, 1962


    Did you rescan after that, or did you BMF to update the records?

    > On the songinfo page I now see the following, which must mean both
    > versions of the comment are now in the database:


    Could you please check the database? Would be good to know whether it
    simply added the comment without removing the old, or whether something
    else is wrong.

    > If I now search for 'montmarte', the fulltext search
    > returns nothing, but the Advanced Search returns the files if this is
    > searched for in the Comment field.


    Hmm... BMF would not update the full text index. But it shouldn't return
    empty anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > And here's a scanning bug. I'm not sure if it's related to the fulltext
    > scan, but I think it may not be. I noticed several typos in that
    > comment, so I retagged all of the files in the album, changing
    >
    > Recorded live in Copehagen at Cafe Montmarte, April 26, 1962
    > to
    > Recorded live in Copenhagen at Café Montmartre, April 26, 1962

    Did you rescan after that, or did you BMF to update the records?
    I ran a new & changed scan.

    > On the songinfo page I now see the following, which must mean both
    > versions of the comment are now in the database:[/color]

    Could you please check the database? Would be good to know whether it
    simply added the comment without removing the old, or whether something
    else is wrong.
    Checked the database, and yes, it did simply add the new comment without removing the old one.

    > If I now search for 'montmarte', the fulltext search
    > returns nothing, but the Advanced Search returns the files if this is
    > searched for in the Comment field.

    Hmm... BMF would not update the full text index. But it shouldn't return
    empty anyway.
    Note that this was the misspelled word in the old comment that was removed. When updating, should the fulltext indexing use the data in the database, or does it view the changed tags?

    I just tested this on my 7.8.1 installation that points at the same library. I ran a new & changed and it rescanned the eight files, but it failed to update the comments at all. (As seen on the songinfo page and confirmed by viewing the library database.) This installation uses no importers, so it uses the internal scanner. Perhaps comments were not previously updated by a new & changed scan, but nobody ever noticed.

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    New in 7.9: Fulltext search

    > When updating, should the fulltext indexing use the data in the
    > database, or does it view the changed tags?


    It only uses the database. All information from the files should be
    scanned and processed already when the full text indexer is run.

    Please file a bug report. I won't put this at the top of my list, but
    don't want to loose it. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > When updating, should the fulltext indexing use the data in the
    > database, or does it view the changed tags?

    It only uses the database. All information from the files should be
    scanned and processed already when the full text indexer is run.

    Please file a bug report. I won't put this at the top of my list, but
    don't want to loose it. Thanks!
    Done.

    http://bugs.slimdevices.com/show_bug.cgi?id=18126

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    New in 7.9: Fulltext search

    Please try tomorrow's build.

    Am 12.11.14 08:16, schrieb JJZolx:
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    > Question:
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    > I have an album, "Bouncing with Bud", where all of the tracks have the
    > following comment:
    >
    > Recorded live in Copenhagen at Cafe Montmartre, April 26, 1962
    >
    > I do a search for "cafe" and the search returns all of the tracks from
    > the album in the song list, but it doesn't return the album in the album
    > list. Is that how it should work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Please try tomorrow's build.

    Am 12.11.14 08:16, schrieb JJZolx:
    >
    > Question:
    >
    > I have an album, "Bouncing with Bud", where all of the tracks have the
    > following comment:
    >
    > Recorded live in Copenhagen at Cafe Montmartre, April 26, 1962
    >
    > I do a search for "cafe" and the search returns all of the tracks from
    > the album in the song list, but it doesn't return the album in the album
    > list. Is that how it should work?
    Yes, now it does show the album in the album list. Is that better? I actually was asking about how it should work. Is that digging _too_ deep for album results or is that how you think users will like it? I notice that it will also bring up an album with a single track with 'cafe' in the title.

    Now I see something else: The comment in those tracks has been edited and is now:

    Recorded live in Copenhagen at Café Montmartre, April 26, 1962

    with an accent on the 'e' in 'café'. If I search for 'cafe', it doesn't find these tracks. Another album has 'cafe' without the accent, and it finds those tracks. It also finds all of the tracks on the album 'Café Blue'. (I just ran a full scan to be sure the library is indexed properly.)

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    New in 7.9: Fulltext search

    > Yes, now it does show the album in the album list. Is that better? I

    I'd say so. As long as hits in the album title are first in the list I
    think it's a good thing to find albums by track title.

    > with an accent on the 'e' in 'café'. If I search for 'cafe', it doesn't
    > find these tracks. Another album has 'cafe' without the accent, and it
    > finds those tracks.


    Should be fixed now. Thanks.

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    Fulltext search with Debian Buster

    Hi,

    Is this thread still alive?

    I wonder if there is a possibility to get fulltext search working with Debian Buster which seems to rely upon MariaDB? LMS always dies when trying to install the fts plugin.

    Regards
    macpac

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    New in 7.9: Fulltext search

    > I wonder if there is a possibility to get fulltext search working with
    > Debian Buster which seems to rely upon MariaDB? LMS always dies when
    > trying to install the fts plugin.


    No package I know of is using MariaDB or MySQL without some manual
    tinkering. They're all using SQLite by default. How did you install LMS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > I wonder if there is a possibility to get fulltext search working with
    > Debian Buster which seems to rely upon MariaDB? LMS always dies when
    > trying to install the fts plugin.


    No package I know of is using MariaDB or MySQL without some manual
    tinkering. They're all using SQLite by default. How did you install LMS?
    Obviously, you're right. I'm on max2play with DBD::SQLite 1.58 (sqlite 3.22.0).
    Anyway, if installed the server dies after some time after beginning to scan:

    Code:
    [21-05-03 16:28:41.0255] main::init (390) Starting Logitech Media Server (v8.2.0, 1619381438, Sun Apr 25 23:22:11 CEST 2021) perl 5.028001 - arm-linux-gnueabihf-thread-multi-64int
    [21-05-03 17:03:41.6209] Slim::Plugin::FullTextSearch::Plugin::_initPopularTerms (556) Fulltext index missing or outdated - re-building
    [21-05-03 17:03:41.6216] Slim::Plugin::FullTextSearch::Plugin::_rebuildIndex (453) Starting fulltext index build
    [21-05-03 17:03:41.6221] Slim::Plugin::FullTextSearch::Plugin::_rebuildIndex (457) Initialize fulltext table
    [21-05-03 17:03:57.5647] Slim::Plugin::FullTextSearch::Plugin::_rebuildIndex (470) Create fulltext index for tracks
    [21-05-03 17:06:27.6378] Slim::Plugin::FullTextSearch::Plugin::_rebuildIndex (480) Create fulltext index for albums
    [21-05-03 17:06:45.2498] Slim::Plugin::FullTextSearch::Plugin::_rebuildIndex (489) Create fulltext index for contributors
    [21-05-03 17:06:57.7616] Slim::Plugin::FullTextSearch::Plugin::_rebuildIndex (499) Create fulltext index for playlists

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