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[Gnump3d-users] Too many files???

From: Jerry McBride
Subject: [Gnump3d-users] Too many files???
Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2007 23:04:52 -0500
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Is there a limit as to how many audio/video files that gnump3d-3.0 can handle?

The reason I ask is... I have a collection of over 190gigs of some 37,000 
files of various formats. What I've noticed recently, is that I am not able 
to stream some of the video files anymore. Not all of them, just a few, and 
they are alphabeticly at the end of the list. That is to say that I can 
stream AHA videos, Johnny_Cash videos, but not Vanilla_Fudge or YES videos 

What happens is the browser pops up a new window and claims "file not found"

However, if I take those "missing" videos and place them into a separate 
directory (making a mini collection) and delete the gnump3d cache, forcing a 
fresh cache reindex, I'm able to stream those video files just fine. Setting 
gnump3d to use the full collection once again causes videos to error out 
with "file not found".

Is this some kind of database size limit that I've just hit? It only happens 
with video files, not the music ones.

Also, perl is not my cup-o-tea... so perhaps I can humbly suggest that the 
next revision bump include some serious debug output so errors can be more 
easily tracked and corrected.

Perl... it looks like... well... horrible to my old eyes. :')



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