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speeding up rescans
18-01-2019, 13:59
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RE: speeding up rescans
I posted this reply to the OP's question to the wrong thread by mistake, so I am reposting it here.

The trace messages are intended for debugging and might not have the meaning you expect.

In this case, the tag value is not added to anything if the tag doesn't appear in indexTags or itemTags or is one of a small number of tags that MinimServer always reads (for example, Album and Title). For other "unused" tags, the tag name is written to the cache file and nothing is saved in memory.

These "unused" tag names are saved in the cache file to speed up rescanning when new tags are added to indexTags or itemTags. If a new tag is added to either of these, MinimServer checks the cache entry for each audio file to see whether the new tag is present in the audio file. If the new tag is present in the audio file, MinimServer reads the file to get the tag value. If the new tag is not present in the audio file, MinimServer does not need to read the audio file but can use the data in the cache entry.
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speeding up rescans - aliasname - 08-01-2019, 17:01
RE: speeding up rescans - simoncn - 08-01-2019, 19:54
RE: speeding up rescans - aliasname - 08-01-2019, 20:27
RE: speeding up rescans - Wilhoite - 18-01-2019, 12:32
RE: speeding up rescans - simoncn - 18-01-2019, 21:54
RE: speeding up rescans - simoncn - 18-01-2019 13:59

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