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OneTrueDabe wrote:
FYI - I'm seeing the same problems:
* 4.3.1 NGS
* OSX 10.7.1
* iTunes 10.4.1 
PS - I didn't really expect Drag & Drop to magically improve with OSX 10.7.2 and iTunes 10.5 -- and, unfortunately, I was right... :-(

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paultaylor wrote:
Im going to do a full test of Jaikoz against Lion over the next week and will consider this issue then, thanks. 


FYI - I'm seeing the same problems:

* 4.3.1 NGS
* OSX 10.7.1
* iTunes 10.4.1
* Java 1.6.0_26

Thanks, Paul, for all your hard work! :-D

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paultaylor wrote:
Because 0 were loaded at that point, but the value should be going up as time goes by 


I let it sit for, like, an hour... Nada.

The logs didn't seem to indicate any activity, either. *Shrug* Like I say, though, dragging and dropping worked okay, so I'm happy.

Cheers,

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:- Dabe

paultaylor wrote:
Ive not done any work with the 64bit JVM yet, so let us know how you get on. 


Altogether, I'd say 64-bit was a non-issue -- things ran well.

paultaylor wrote:
However I wouldn't recommend loading so many tracks in one go, it means Jaikoz has alot of work to do just managing the indexes ecetera. 


Yeah, I guess I came to the same conclusion... In the end, I decided it was easier to deal with my collection in ~20k batches: 0-D, E-J, K-R, and S-Z.

Each batch took about ~5 minutes to load, ~9 hours to "Autocorrect Tags from MusicBrainz", and another ~5 minutes to save.

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:- Dabe
I have a 8-Core Mac Pro w/ 4GB of RAM, and upwards of 86,500 songs in my iTunes Library.

Unfortunately, loading these into Jaikoz (obviously) blows out the JVM heap.

I edited "/Applications/Jaikoz.app/Contents/Info.plist" and bumped the "-Xmx" size up as high as I could -- which was about "-Xmx=2124m" -- but that still wasn't enough to load my entire library.

What I ended up having to do was request the JVM to operate in 64-bit mode. Again, in "Info.plist":

Code:
     <key>JVMArchs</key>
     <array>
          <string>x86_64</string>
     </array> 
 


(I'm told that will degrade back to 32-bit if no 64-bit architecture is available.)

Question: Will this have any impact (positive OR negative) on Jaikoz itself?

I searched the Forum but didn't see any mention, one way or the other, of using a 64-bit JVM. (And I'm posting this in case others run into the same issue.)

Cheers!

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:- Dabe
FYI - I had a similar problem.

The difference is, if I did "Add Folder" on my "~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Music" folder, it would say "0 files loaded"

When I dragged-and-dropped, however, it DID work (or, I should say, "does seem to be working" as it's still loading in some 86,500 songs.)

Update: Now it's low on memory; that's another issue, though...

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