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    Senior Member kidstypike's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    I have installed the plugin but have no idea how to use it. I must be missing something obvious.

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    LMS > Settings > Advanced > Client Cleanup, should list a few dozen players, may of which you no longer use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kidstypike View Post
    LMS > Settings > Advanced > Client Cleanup, should list a few dozen players, may of which you no longer use?
    Thanks. Found about 10 all last used on the same day in 2018. No idea what I was doing at that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    Eventually mySB.com responded - 61 players ! I am sure someone will beat that other than Michael though.
    Had the same problem MySB.com was quite slow, I had a A LOT of players but maybe not 61 !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Here's another small plugin: Client Cleanup. It allows you to get rid of all those orphaned client configurations which accumulated over the past year(s) of toying with Squeezeplay, Squeezelite, piCorePlayer and others. I saw a need after I figured out my server.prefs had configurations for 60-70 players... many of which have not around for many years...

    For best results make sure you clean out your mysqueezebox.com account, too, and install the latest LMS 7.9.2, as older builds would re-create entries for any player you have on mysb.com, even if it had never been seen by your current server.

    Happy cleanup!
    Great idea! I decided to clean out old unused players a couple of weeks ago (I had ~30 unused IIRC) after some strange issue with the settings/player menu, but I had to do it old style: stop LMS, take a deep breath and start hacking away in (a copy of) server.prefs fils. It worked but I was very confused when most of the removed players came back in the prefs file after a wile. Well, cleaning out in mysqueezebox.com was easier than editing a cryptic prefs file. Silly to forget though.

    (The issue with the settings/player menu was that the drop-down list for players and sub-menus were missing, only the basic menu for the current player was shown. Not even the clean-up of the server.prefs or erasing of the cache/templates catalogue helped. When I accidentally started to change the name of the (current) player in the name field, did the drop-down menus reappear. It has worked since, but I have no idea what the cause was.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    Eventually mySB.com responded - 61 players ! I am sure someone will beat that other than Michael though.
    87 deleted. There was even a WandBoard player in there and a gaggle of mothballed SB3s, touches and rPIs.
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    [Announce] Client Cleanup v1.0

    > Suggestion: a Refresh button to allow quick updates of the list, so that
    > we can more readily identify players w/out having to leave the page,
    > return, and resort.


    Just hit Apply at the bottom.

    > Question: LMS is reporting a different MAC address than my IPads show,
    > or any of my ARP cache's show. Where does one find that MAC coming from
    > iOS that LMS (and iPeng) see?


    I have no idea. Look at the Last Changed timestamp. If it's old, get rid
    of the record :-).

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    [Announce] Client Cleanup v1.0

    > Devices from mysb.com repopulate the client devices list that you're
    > trying to clean-up, but since there appear to be different MAC
    > addresses, you cannot correlate devices easily.


    Did you update to the latest 7.9.2? I thought I had outlined that issue
    in the announcement...

    > I deleted some devices on mysb.com and now I can no longer get iPeng to
    > use the local player for this device. I get the error "Your player was
    > not found". The player indeed does not show up on mysb.com. I have no
    > idea why iPeng / mysb.com won't re-create the device (I removed it - now
    > I can't add it back).


    Do NOT delete players from mysb.com if you're still using them! Only
    delete those stale players.

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    Nice.

    I'm confused by the dates, though. The first two (unnamed) players shown in the screen cap are an SB2 and a Touch, respectively, but neither have been used in years. The dates and times listed are essentially when I installed the newest LMS and restarted the server.


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    [Announce] Client Cleanup v1.0

    > I'm confused by the dates, though. The first two (unnamed) players shown
    > in the screen cap are an SB2 and a Touch, respectively, but neither have
    > been used in years. The dates and times listed are essentially when I
    > installed the newest LMS and restarted the server.


    That would happen with LMS older than latest 7.9.2 when the players were
    still on mysb.com. LMS by default would pull the Apps list from mysb.com
    and store this in the player prefs. This happened even for players never
    seen by LMS. I changed this yesterday in LMS. It should now ignore such
    app configs for players not seen by LMS before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    That would happen with LMS older than latest 7.9.2 when the players were
    still on mysb.com. LMS by default would pull the Apps list from mysb.com
    and store this in the player prefs. This happened even for players never
    seen by LMS. I changed this yesterday in LMS. It should now ignore such
    app configs for players not seen by LMS before.
    Is that LMS doing that, or the plugin? Supposedly, I have mysb.com disabled. I'm even using --nomysqueezebox on startup.

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