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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    As mentioned before there seems to be a "problem" slowing things down
    considerably on the very first scan. But upon subsequent scans the
    results are better.
    At least here, the whole scanning process (including FT index building!) is considerably faster now, despite the fact that FTI building takes longer (around 20x). I don't know if a consecutive scan would be even faster, because it's always a first scan here.

    Maybe it's a stupid question, but could it be that it's just a "display problem" (maybe the query has changed) that results in seemingly longer FTI building times and in reality it's around as much as before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by digimaster View Post

    ================ QLMS version 1.10.b2 =============================== 15-10-2018
    + The start script, had a wrong setting, that's why it could not always find
    slimserver.pl. ( That's fixed in this version.
    + Also optimize some thing more.
    + Add some extra library's and prg like mac (ape) and icedax (CDDA2WAV), to
    give better support to some plugin's
    + Al based on the Glibc library version 2.23
    * Getting near a first officieel release candidate!

    QLMS 1.10.b2 x86 15-10-2018 release candidate
    QLMS 1.10.b2 x86 15-10-2018 release candidate

    Those who have a older QNap with QTS 4.1 or 4.2, please test it.
    The path issue should be fixed, developed this especially for those user, how can't upgraded to a new QTS version !
    So please help me out, and let me know if it works on those systems ?

    Input or remarks are welcome, and if it works please tell me also !

    I have installed QLMS_1.10.b2_x86_64 on my TS-453 PRO/QTS 4.2.0 server.
    Everything appears to work as before and the time to do a full rescan is also the same as before (8:50 for 1255 albums, 19353 tracks)

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    Browsing my library with Custom Browse is so much faster now! If I had to guess, five times as fast, maybe even more.

    Thank you guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by frch260246 View Post
    I have installed QLMS_1.10.b2_x86_64 on my TS-453 PRO/QTS 4.2.0 server.
    Everything appears to work as before and the time to do a full rescan is also the same as before (8:50 for 1255 albums, 19353 tracks)
    Do you use the latest LMS nightly? If not, I'd recommend enabling updates and nightly updates in .qlms.conf and restart (and thereby update) LMS.

    "8:50"

    Hours or minutes?
    Last edited by dolodobendan; 2018-10-19 at 11:59.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digimaster View Post

    ================ QLMS version 1.10.b2 =============================== 15-10-2018
    (quote abbreviated)
    Input or remarks are welcome, and if it works please tell me also !

    I have now installed QLMS 1.10.b2 x86-64 on a TS-251 Firmware 4.3.4.0569
    Installed over 1.10.b1, no QLogitechMediaServer install present.

    It is working fine, thank you. 10,000 file full scan took about twice as long as 1.10.b1 at 484 seconds. The LMS webGUI is very fast and responsive. Shairtunes plugin working, Radio Paradise working, BBC iPlayer working so I'm very happy, thank you!
    As an added bonus it has nudged me to begin to learn linux in order to locate, edit and save the .QLMS.conf file to enable nightly updates. It took me a while to figure out it was hidden and how to reveal it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMC View Post
    I have now installed QLMS 1.10.b2 x86-64 on a TS-251 Firmware 4.3.4.0569
    Installed over 1.10.b1, no QLogitechMediaServer install present.

    It is working fine, thank you. 10,000 file full scan took about twice as long as 1.10.b1 at 484 seconds. The LMS webGUI is very fast and responsive. Shairtunes plugin working, Radio Paradise working, BBC iPlayer working so I'm very happy, thank you!
    As an added bonus it has nudged me to begin to learn linux in order to locate, edit and save the .QLMS.conf file to enable nightly updates. It took me a while to figure out it was hidden and how to reveal it!
    Nice to read, it's working at you're end. The. QLMS.conf file is located inside the QLMS directory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMC View Post
    10,000 file full scan took about twice as long as 1.10.b1 at 484 seconds.
    My NAS seemingly has slower disks, as an 100.000 files full scan takes about three hours here. (Just found out, possibly more RAM and a faster CPU, too. That would explain the discrepancy.)

    Quote Originally Posted by SMC View Post
    It took me a while to figure out it was hidden and how to reveal it!
    Oops, sorry, I could've mention where to find that.
    Last edited by dolodobendan; 2018-10-19 at 17:40.
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    LogitechMediaServer for Qnapx86_64 with qts 4.2 or higher

    >> 10,000 file full scan took about twice as long as 1.10.b1 at 484
    >> seconds.

    >
    > My system seemingly has slower disks, as an 100.000 files full scan
    > takes about three hours here.


    Or you have different NAS models. ARM vs. Intel CPU, 4GB RAM vs. 512MB
    etc. And with a library your size it's crucials to use the high memory
    options. Using Maximum (if you have <1GB RAM) can greatly improve
    performance. See Settings/Advanced/Performance.

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    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    >> 10,000 file full scan took about twice as long as 1.10.b1 at 484
    >> seconds.

    >
    > My system seemingly has slower disks, as an 100.000 files full scan
    > takes about three hours here.


    Or you have different NAS models. ARM vs. Intel CPU, 4GB RAM vs. 512MB
    etc. And with a library your size it's crucials to use the high memory
    options. Using Maximum (if you have <1GB RAM) can greatly improve
    performance. See Settings/Advanced/Performance.

    --

    Michael
    Yes, my NAS is a dual-core J1800 Celeron with 8Gb RAM, but your library is also 10 times larger than mine. I'd forgotten to check the performance setting, but after a bit of experimentation there seems to be <10% difference in scan time whether database memory config is set to normal, high or maximum and whether scanner priority is set to normal 0 or -20. Presumably this is because the CPU and memory resources in this NAS are more than enough for a smaller library.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMC View Post
    Yes, my NAS is a dual-core J1800 Celeron with 8Gb RAM, but your library is also 10 times larger than mine. I'd forgotten to check the performance setting, but after a bit of experimentation there seems to be <10% difference in scan time whether database memory config is set to normal, high or maximum and whether scanner priority is set to normal 0 or -20. Presumably this is because the CPU and memory resources in this NAS are more than enough for a smaller library.
    10x larger, yes, but scanning does take much more than 10x longer. But I, too, think that's because of your newer and better hardware. From what I can see here the RAM is sufficient. It spikes only during Custom Scan.

    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    >> 10,000 file full scan took about twice as long as 1.10.b1 at 484
    >> seconds.

    >
    > My system seemingly has slower disks, as an 100.000 files full scan
    > takes about three hours here.


    Or you have different NAS models. ARM vs. Intel CPU, 4GB RAM vs. 512MB
    etc. And with a library your size it's crucials to use the high memory
    options. Using Maximum (if you have <1GB RAM) can greatly improve
    performance. See Settings/Advanced/Performance.

    --

    Michael
    Thank you, I added similar thoughts in an (for you) "invisible" edit. I already have the max setting since I "maxed out" the RAM to 3GB. I was merely wondering why scanning would take that much longer as I would have thought the disks' transfer rate is the bottle neck here and not the CPU. But it doesn't bother me as long as LMS itself is fast (and it is now, I'm so happy! )
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