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    How to find missing tracks

    Slimserver 6.5.1 (10/21 nightly) on Win XP SP2.

    After several scans, slimserver is missing 17 tracks
    out of the 47860 in my music folder, as reported by
    the slimserver statistics. Is there an easy way
    to find out which files correspond to the missing tracks?

    Thanks

    Ulvi

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    Senior Member ceejay's Avatar
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    You could always try turning on d_scan debugging, capture the log file, and look to see if you can spot some different messages which indicate that the scanner has found a file but not liked it for some reason. Having found one you then should be able to look for others with the same message...

    Go to server settings / debugging to get started...

    HTH
    Ceejay

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    Thanks. I've tried d_scan, but no useful debugging
    info was recorded in the log. So now I am trying with
    all debugging options turned on...

    Ulvi

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    Re: How to find missing tracks

    On 21-Oct-06, at 5:07 PM, ulvi wrote:

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    > Thanks. I've tried d_scan, but no useful debugging
    > info was recorded in the log. So now I am trying with
    > all debugging options turned on...
    >

    eek. don't do that, you'll be looking for ages through info that has
    nothing to do with the scan.

    d_scan, d_import, d_info, d_formats and if you use itunes or
    musicmagic, add d_musicmagic and d_itunes

    -kdf


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    Yeah, I noticed that. At any rate, the log still shows no
    info about the files scanned (or not scanned). What kind of
    log entry should I be looking for if the scanner has an
    mp3 file that it has trouble with? Does it list the name
    and full path/location of the file?

    thanks

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    Senior Member Pale Blue Ego's Avatar
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    Did you try using Browse Music Folder? If you can find them that way, it should add them to the database.

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