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    Everything is running fine!!

    I figured this forum could use a message like this. Please list slimserver specs and library specs if everything is fine for you!

    Device: Original SliMP3
    Library: 3722 albums with 50888 songs by 1257 artists
    SlimServer Version: 6.5.1 - 11206 - RedHat - EN - utf8
    Perl Version: 5.8.6 i386-linux-thread-multi
    MySQL Version: 5.0.21-standard

    Athlon XP 1700+, 512M RAM, running Fedora Core 3
    Music Storage is 4 * 250GB Hitachi SATA on a HighPoint 1640 RAID-5 Controller

    I play music all the time, and am currently enjoying Global Communication's lovely ambience. No stutters, *ever*. Using a netgear wge111 to talk 802.11g over WPA to a linksys wrt54G that the server is wired to.

    The MySQL 5.x work with SlimServer 6.5 has made a huge difference from the SQlite days, and obviously light years from the 5.x stuff.

    Kudos, slim team and thanks! I wish my device would break so I had an excuse to get a sb3 (or whatever's next!)

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    Senior Member wr420's Avatar
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    Can't remember the last unprovoked crash.

    VERSION INFO

    SlimServer Version: 6.5.2 - 11499 - RedHat - EN - iso-8859-1
    Server IP address: 192.168.1.10
    Perl Version: 5.8.7 i386-linux
    MySQL Version: 5.0.22-standard

    Statistics
    75378 songs 7021 albums
    2082 artists

    1 SB3
    2 SB2
    1 SB1

    Plugins:
    Shadow Play
    Alien BBC
    IR Blaster on two SB's
    Weather-Date-Time

    Slimserver runing on a 2.0 Ghz P4 Dell gx260 small formfactor w/ 512 megs Mandrake headless.
    Music store on a 3 ware raid 4x200 gig seagate drives and a buffalo tera station.

    Runs quite fast

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    Senior Member matthijskoopmans's Avatar
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    1 SB 3 on WinXP (AMD Athlon 64, 512MB ram), using Slimserver 6.5.2, and SlimFX skin.

    Running great and very very stable.

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    Everything is running fine!!

    herbman wrote:
    > I figured this forum could use a message like this. Please list
    > slimserver specs and library specs if everything is fine for you!
    >


    AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3200+ with 1GB RAM - Fedora Core 4
    SlimServer Version: 6.5.1 - 11206 - RedHat - EN - utf8
    Perl Version: 5.8.6 i386-linux-thread-multi
    MySQL Version: 4.1.14

    10K tracks in 77G on a 200G disk (backupped to colo server)
    Total storage available: 1.2 TByte

    4 wireless SB3, 1 SB1G, 1 SliMP3 (the last 2 are no longer in use)

    SB3's double as remote controls for MythTV running on the same server.

    One SB3 died on me and was replaced within warranty by SD. No other
    problems worth mentioning.

    Regards,
    Peter


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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    herbman wrote:[color=blue]
    > SB3's double as remote controls for MythTV running on the same server.
    Care to share how you went about setting that up?

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    Senior Member Pale Blue Ego's Avatar
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    SlimServer Version: 6.5.1 - 11206 - RedHat - EN - utf8
    Server IP address: 192.168.0.3
    Perl Version: 5.8.5 i386-linux-thread-multi
    MySQL Version: 5.0.21-standard

    19340 tracks
    2156 artists
    5552 albums
    50 genres

    1 Slimp3
    1 SB1G
    3 SB3

    Server OS is ClarkConnect 3.2
    uptime 128 days, 32 minutes

    AMD Athlon2000, 512 RAM

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbman View Post
    I wish my device would break so I had an excuse to get a sb3 (or whatever's next!)
    Careful what you wish for!

    As for me:

    "Your music library contains 401 albums with 3862 songs by 512 artists."

    SlimServer Version: 6.5.1 - 10591 - Windows XP

    Pentium 4 "C" 2.8 GHz, 512 MB RAM
    Music on a 250 GB HDD, currently taking up 108 GB, ~90% FLAC

    Linksys WRT54G router running DD-WRT v23 SP2

    1 wireless Transporter
    1 wireless SB2

    Only plugin is IR-Blaster.

    Pretty trouble free, really.
    Last edited by Mark Lanctot; 2007-02-26 at 08:36.
    Current: SB2, Boom (PQP3 - late beta, PQP1 - early beta), SBC (early beta), Squeezebox Radio (PB1 - early beta), Squeezebox Touch (late beta)
    Selling: Transporter
    Sold: SB3, Duet

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    Senior Member Amauta's Avatar
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    Server version: 6.3.1 - 8476 - Linux - NL - utf8

    2 modded SB2 Black.

    629 albums
    7433 songs
    473 artists

    All propperly tagged FLAC files.

    Running on a Compaq EVO ultra slim PC (Celeron 1400, 256MB), with ClarkConnect 3,2 installed.

    Server is turned on by WOL, and automaticaly turned of when no player is active for 30 min.

    The SB2's are connected wireless and I NEVER have dropouts or other problems whatsoever.

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    6607 songs, 798 artists, 494 albums. All FLAC

    Fanless VIA C3 600MHz with 256MB ram. Gentoo Linux on single 500GByte disk backed up via USB + rsync.

    This serves a single SB3 (more planned)

    Runs fine, but complete library rescans are a little slow.
    Last edited by davis; 2007-02-25 at 10:59.

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    SlimServer Version: 6.5.2 - 11515 - solaris - EN - iso-8859-1
    Server IP address: 192.168.1.3
    Perl Version: 5.8.8 i86pc-solaris
    MySQL Version: 5.0.33

    Installed plugins:

    SuperDateTime
    ShadowPlay
    IRBlaster

    510 albums with 1346 songs by 280 artists

    Running on an Athlon 800MHz (T-Bird core) with 768MB of RAM. Mobo is an Asus A7V with a Seagate 250GB drive (the new perpindicular recording model). The only downer is that Solaris doesn't support my Ultra ATA-100 controller, so I have to fall back to the Ultra 66. Rescans are still quite fast (better than on my XP box where the only difference is it has a 1200MHz CPU instead of the 800).

    2 SB3s connected wirelessly via a Linksys WAP54G access point.

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