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speeding up rescans
08-01-2019, 17:01
Post: #1
speeding up rescans
likely Simon knows the answer but perhaps someone else also knows.
I recently was in need to do some rescans more often due to fiddling with minim settings. Then I came across the Logging level and tried "Trace" getting a quite good idea about what happens.
Now I see lots of lines in the form:
main: adding file tag XXXX=yyyy

And there's plenty I know Minimserver nor a control point nor a renderer must be aware of. Since so the question springs to mind if there's a way to skip some of these? Would that speed up rescans?

And what's the best way to make minimserver skip them?

To prevent just giving the hint to delete these information from the embedded tags, no I need that data for other software whocj also utilises the same collection.
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08-01-2019, 19:54
Post: #2
RE: speeding up rescans
Are the tags that you don't want MinimServer to read listed in the indexTags or itemTags properties?
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08-01-2019, 20:27
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RE: speeding up rescans
(08-01-2019 19:54)simoncn Wrote:  Are the tags that you don't want MinimServer to read listed in the indexTags or itemTags properties?

no, not at all. But some have tagvalues sized up to 1024bytes. And since the log did show they got detected I did wonder if minimserver perhaps processes them for no benefit. I tend not to browse my library by tradenumbers for example, nor by audiofingerprints and such like.
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