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claas



Joined: 05/01/2018 12:20:17
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Good evening,

today I bought Songkong (Pro) after having tested it a while ago.
Now I have a first question:
The statistics shown during "Fix Songs" is running do not make sense to me.

See attached screenshot.
"Songs loaded" is less than "Completed".
What am I missing?

I'm running Songkong on OS X 10.11.6. The processed folder is on a Synology NAS mounted via WiFi (500+ MBit) as an SMB share.
Filetype is a mix of AAC, MP3 and ALAC.

Cheers

Claas
paultaylor

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Joined: 21/08/2006 09:21:27
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I cant see the screenshot, but there is a bug that I havent tracked down yet that sometimes completed count is double what it should be, is that what you are seeing ?

thanks Paul (Administrator)
claas



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Sorry. Screenshot could not be saved. Always got a server error 500.
But completed count after everything is really finished is double what it should be, yes.

claas



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Hi Paul,

I've now seen that the number for "Completed" increases if "Songs matched to MusicBrainz song only" increases though nothing has been saved at that point ("Saved" doesn't increase).
Maybe it's not related but maybe it helps to track down this bug.
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claas wrote:
Hi Paul,

I've now seen that the number for "Completed" increases if "Songs matched to MusicBrainz song only" increases though nothing has been saved at that point ("Saved" doesn't increase).
Maybe it's not related but maybe it helps to track down this bug.
 

Thankyou, thats helpful, issue is https://jthink.atlassian.net/browse/SONGKONG-1343
 
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