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    18 hrs for wipe & rescan - Normal?

    A wipe and rescan in SC took over 18 hours with no significant messages in the scanner log.

    Mappsökning (98053 av 98053) Fullständig 08:08:54

    MusicIP-import (98052 av 98052) Fullständig 03:14:08

    Sökning i spellista (6 av 6) Fullständig 00:00:36

    Slå ihop Blandade artister (6674 av 6674) Fullständig 00:06:17

    Sökning efter albumomslag (7614 av 7614) Fullständig 06:38:00

    Optimering av databas Fullständig 00:09:05

    Sökningen av ditt musikbibliotek har slutförts.
    Total tid: 18:17:00 (fredag 3 juli 2009 / 09.27)


    Could that be normal? Is there anything I could do to speed things up?

    The scanner log says I have got version 7.3.3, but I am on 7.3.4.

    Below are my details and the scanner log:

    Version: 7.3.4 - 27205 @ Sat Jun 27 03:01:49 PDT 2009
    Värdnamn: Musikmaskinen
    Serverns IP-adress: 192.168.1.4
    HTTP-serverns portnummer: 9000
    Operativsystem: Windows XP - SV - cp1252
    Plattformsarkitektur: 586
    Perl-version: 5.8.8 - MSWin32-x86-multi-thread
    MySQL-version: 5.0.22-community-nt
    Totalt antal anslutna spelare: 4

    Computer:
    Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Professional
    OS Service Pack Service Pack 3
    Motherboard:
    CPU Type Intel Pentium 4E, 2800 MHz (3.5 x 800)
    Motherboard Name Abit IC7-MAX3 (5 PCI, 1 AGP Pro, 4 DIMM, Audio, Gigabit LAN, IEEE-1394)
    Motherboard Chipset Intel Canterwood i875P
    System Memory 1024 MB (DDR SDRAM)
    BIOS Type Award (10/30/03)

    Scanner log:
    [09-07-01 19:56:03.8125] main::main (122) Starting SqueezeCenter scanner (v7.3.3, r27205, Sat Jun 27 03:01:49 PDT 2009)
    [09-07-02 04:00:35.0156] main::main (122) Starting SqueezeCenter scanner (v7.3.3, r27205, Sat Jun 27 03:01:49 PDT 2009)
    [09-07-02 12:56:11.6562] main::main (122) Starting SqueezeCenter scanner (v7.3.3, r27205, Sat Jun 27 03:01:49 PDT 2009)
    [09-07-02 19:00:35.6879] Slim::Formats::Playlists::CUE:arse (167) Error: Couldn't find referenced FILE: [\\Musikmaskinen\Elements (I)\MP3\Min musik\Artister\Marvin Gaye\What's Going On [Deluxe Edition] (1971)\Marvin Gaye - What's Going On Deluxe Edition (Disc-1).flac] on disk! Skipping!
    [09-07-02 19:00:35.7042] Slim::Formats::Playlists::CUE:arse (167) Error: Couldn't find referenced FILE: [\\Musikmaskinen\Elements (I)\MP3\Min musik\Artister\Marvin Gaye\What's Going On [Deluxe Edition] (1971)\Marvin Gaye - What's Going On Deluxe Edition (Disc-1).flac] on disk! Skipping!

    [etc.]

    [09-07-02 19:00:35.7857] Slim::Formats::Playlists::CUE:arse (167) Error: Couldn't find referenced FILE: [\\Musikmaskinen\Elements (I)\MP3\Min musik\Artister\Marvin Gaye\What's Going On [Deluxe Edition] (1971)\Marvin Gaye - What's Going On Deluxe Edition (Disc-1).flac] on disk! Skipping!
    [09-07-02 19:00:36.2243] Slim::Formats::Playlists::CUE:arse (167) Error: Couldn't find referenced FILE: [\\Musikmaskinen\Elements (I)\MP3\Min musik\Artister\Marvin Gaye\What's Going On [Deluxe Edition] (1971)\Marvin Gaye - What's Going On Deluxe Edition (Disc-2).flac] on disk! Skipping!
    [09-07-02 19:00:36.2288] Slim::Formats::Playlists::CUE:arse (167) Error: Couldn't find referenced FILE: [\\Musikmaskinen\Elements (I)\MP3\Min musik\Artister\Marvin Gaye\What's Going On [Deluxe Edition] (1971)\Marvin Gaye - What's Going On Deluxe Edition (Disc-2).flac] on disk! Skipping!

    [etc.]

    [09-07-02 19:00:36.2891] Slim::Formats::Playlists::CUE:arse (167) Error: Couldn't find referenced FILE: [\\Musikmaskinen\Elements (I)\MP3\Min musik\Artister\Marvin Gaye\What's Going On [Deluxe Edition] (1971)\Marvin Gaye - What's Going On Deluxe Edition (Disc-2).flac] on disk! Skipping!

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    18 hours is a loooong time.

    >\\Musikmaskinen\Elements....<

    How are you mounting the music files on the server running Squeezcenter? Is that a network share, USB disk or a local disk?

    Could just be a dog-slow NAS...

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    Quote Originally Posted by amcluesent View Post
    How are you mounting the music files on the server running Squeezcenter? Is that a network share, USB disk or a local disk?
    It is a USB disc connected directly to the PC running SC.

    When I investigated things I noticed that the USB disc with the music files is FAT32, while all internal discs on that PC is NTFS.

    The PC running SC is only used for that and for backup during the night.
    Last edited by vagskal; 2009-07-03 at 08:05.

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    I wonder if the USB disk is connected at high speed or "full" speed (usb 1.1)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperQ View Post
    I wonder if the USB disk is connected at high speed or "full" speed (usb 1.1)
    I suppose it is a high speed usb connection. How can I verify this (where do I look or how do I test it)?

    Playing music from the disc works well, as does copying files to the disc over the network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vagskal View Post
    I suppose it is a high speed usb connection. How can I verify this (where do I look or how do I test it)?

    Playing music from the disc works well, as does copying files to the disc over the network.
    I think I have found the information:

    Port BC00-BC1F Exclusive Intel(R) 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller - 24D2
    Port B800-B81F Exclusive Intel(R) 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller - 24DE
    Port B400-B41F Exclusive Intel(R) 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller - 24D7
    Port B000-B01F Exclusive Intel(R) 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller - 24D4
    Memory FC100000-FC1003FF Exclusive Intel(R) 82801EB USB2 Enhanced Host Controller - 24DD
    IRQ 23 Shared Intel(R) 82801EB USB2 Enhanced Host Controller - 24DD
    IRQ 19 Shared Intel(R) 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller - 24D4
    IRQ 18 Shared Intel(R) 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller - 24D7
    IRQ 16 Shared Intel(R) 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller - 24D2
    IRQ 16 Shared Intel(R) 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller - 24DE

    I have an "Enhanced" USB2 host controller, which (according to this page http://www.usbman.com/Guides/checking_for_usb_2.htm) means that I have High Speed USB (USB 2.0).
    Last edited by vagskal; 2009-07-03 at 09:25.

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    That's a whole lot of files on a USB disk, driven by a rather old machine.
    Are you sure your USB disk enclosure is USB2 compatible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sebp View Post
    Are you sure your USB disk enclosure is USB2 compatible?
    Yes, it is a fairly new disc from Western Digital 1 TB. I checked the specifications again:

    Western Digital Extern HDD Elements 1TB - Svart (USB 2.0)

    Fast, simple, reliable add-on storage.

    This external USB 2.0 drive is preformatted for immediate use. Simply plug it in to a USB port and you've got instant storage for your PC or Macintosh® computer.

    Features:
    • High-speed USB 2.0 - For maximum performance; backward compatible with USB 1.1 ports.
    • Plug and Play Storage - Just plug it in and connect the cable to add high-speed storage for both desktop and notebook computers.
    • Rugged Metal Case - Compact, durable metal case for extra data protection.

    Specifikationer:
    • Data transfer rate 480 Mb/s (maximum)
    • Read seek time 8.9 ms (average)
    • Rotational speed 7200 RPM
    • RoHS compliant Yes
    • Warranty 2-year limited

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    BTW, just the MusicIP-import took over 3 hours, and the MusicIP library file is in its default location, i.e. on the internal (C disc where SC also is; I think the internal discs are all IDE, not SATA.

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    How many tracks do you have. My system is very similar to yours and takes 40 mins for 30K tracks (of which 32 mins is the MusicIP import). This is on 7.4 but 7.3.x was about 5 mins slower.

    You don't have both a music folder AND musicIP import set do you?
    You want to see the signal path BEFORE it gets onto a CD/vinyl...it ain't what you'd call minimal...
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