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Minim Server Llibrary Loading Speed with Melco
09-09-2017, 14:16 (This post was last modified: 09-09-2017 14:21 by clive101.)
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Minim Server Llibrary Loading Speed with Melco
I have a Melco N1ZH 6 Tb mk 1 version.
I have around 4 TB of stored music and running the standard Twonky server software from Melco which takes approx. 25 min to load from a cold start.
How much quicker would Minimserver take to load the same amount of data after install....?
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09-09-2017, 19:28
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RE: Minim Server Llibrary Loading Speed with Melco
MinimServer keeps a cache of the information in your music files so it would be slower the first time you start it but it should be quicker after that.
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09-09-2017, 19:45
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RE: Minim Server Llibrary Loading Speed with Melco
And Simon has instructions in the installation guide for Melco about stopping Twonky so you don't have Twonky and MinimServer running at the same time.

Stopping Twonky will significantly improve the performance of MinimServer.

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10-09-2017, 08:19
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RE: Minim Server Llibrary Loading Speed with Melco
Thank you for the replies but really wanted to know how quicker Minimserver was load it was suggested by Melco.
Before I install I wanted to know the answer to the speed gain if any...?
Has someone that installed on a Melco noticed the difference..?
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12-09-2017, 13:02
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RE: Minim Server Llibrary Loading Speed with Melco
(10-09-2017 08:19)clive101 Wrote:  Thank you for the replies but really wanted to know how quicker Minimserver was load it was suggested by Melco.
Before I install I wanted to know the answer to the speed gain if any...?
Has someone that installed on a Melco noticed the difference..?

How many files do you have, I think this is more important than the total disk space taken up by the files.
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