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Month: January 2015

Re: [trinity-users] Amarok files limit

From: Dave <daveaube51@...>
Date: Sun, 04 Jan 2015 19:31:12 -0500
On 01/01/2015 10:49 PM, Michele Calgaro wrote:
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> On 01/02/2015 10:21 AM, Slávek Banko wrote:
>> On Friday 02 of January 2015 01:26:38 Dave wrote:
>>> I've noticed a problem with Amarok. I seems it cannot scan and catalog into the database any more than 12607
>>> music files. Does not matter if it's with SQLite or MySQL. the progress bar climbs to 13 percent and never
>>> advances eventually disappears, showing a partial collection list. it does stop indexing but there are over
>>> 60,000 files in the music directory. I can use the files tab and "grab the music directory" and drag to playlist,
>>> and about 40 mins later all files show up in playlist, and they do play and have tag info, but collection tab
>>> doesn't show all that are in the playlist. Doesn't seem to leave any clue in a log file. All files have the same
>>> owner:group and attributes.
>>> amarok-1.14.10 in Trinity- on Debian Wheezy
>>  From my Amarok - TDE on Squeeze (sqlite) and Wheezy (mysql):
>> 13577 tracks 431 artists 1996 albums 168 genres
>> You can try to add artists or albums to the collection gradually? And watch if jams occur on any particular file.
> Other more advanced option: run amarok from gdb, make sure you pass the --nofork option before running amarok, do your
> import as usual. When amarok get stuck, press Ctrl-C in gdb, type "thread apply all bt" and see if it is stuck somewhere.
Turns out that Slávek Banko had the best clue. One hosed file deleted, 
and problem solved.  Hard to find 1 out of 68,000 files. One letter of 
the alphabet at a time... Thank you