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Simon, I've just upgraded to 92 and...
Error: incorrect FLAC header 0x00051607 at offset 0 in file ...

Till now there was no errors. 92 just start and my log files is full of such an information as below.

I did the same on my pc and everything is OK. Only my Netgear is crazy..
(17-12-2016 23:37)DJ1972 Wrote: [ -> ]Simon, I've just upgraded to 92 and...
Error: incorrect FLAC header 0x00051607 at offset 0 in file ...

Till now there was no errors. 92 just start and my log files is full of such an information as below.

I did the same on my pc and everything is OK. Only my Netgear is crazy..

There are no changes in update 92 that would affect this. It sounds like there is a problem with some of your FLAC files on the ReadyNAS. Do you see this message for all your FLAC files on the ReadyNAS or only some of them? Does the message always say 0x00051607 or does this vary for different files?
(18-12-2016 07:36)simoncn Wrote: [ -> ]
(17-12-2016 23:37)DJ1972 Wrote: [ -> ]Simon, I've just upgraded to 92 and...
Error: incorrect FLAC header 0x00051607 at offset 0 in file ...

Till now there was no errors. 92 just start and my log files is full of such an information as below.

I did the same on my pc and everything is OK. Only my Netgear is crazy..

There are no changes in update 92 that would affect this. It sounds like there is a problem with some of your FLAC files on the ReadyNAS. Do you see this message for all your FLAC files on the ReadyNAS or only some of them? Does the message always say 0x00051607 or does this vary for different files?

Simon,

the problem is my Mac. The problem was on this forum. It's about hidden MacOS file names starting with ._ or AppleDouble, etc. I'll try to delete all these hidden files and go back soon.
(18-12-2016 14:03)DJ1972 Wrote: [ -> ]Simon,

the problem is my Mac. The problem was on this forum. It's about hidden MacOS file names starting with ._ or AppleDouble, etc. I'll try to delete all these hidden files and go back soon.

You can use the new excludePattern property to exclude these files from scanning instead of deleting them. For example, to exclude all files beginning with a period (.), you can set excludePattern to .*
I've just deleted over 10k hidden MacOS files. Of course Minimserver is working as before without any errorsSmile BlueHarvest is the best to keep clean any no Mac drives.
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