Ticket #277 (closed Defect: fixed)

Opened 6 years ago

Last modified 6 years ago

Import Freezes early in TV imports

Reported by: snown Owned by:
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: Metadata - TV Show Version: 1.0b6.5
Keywords: Cc:

Description

I have my videos separated by Movies and TV shows on separate AFP mounts. Everytime I try to do an import now it gets past the Movies and into the TV episodes but only as far as the 1st or 2nd series. It's not consistent which series it will halt on, but it's almost always when it reaches the point where it has to grab a new episode's meta data.

If I press menu the import stops and everything seems responsive. But if I let it run, the import will remain on the file it's been stuck on all night.

Attachments

Finder_210.sample(1).txt Download (6.4 KB) - added by snown 6 years ago.
a sample I took while the import was hanging
console.log Download (8.5 KB) - added by snown 6 years ago.
console.log shortly after import halting occured
CrashReporter.log Download (20.4 KB) - added by snown 6 years ago.
truncated CrashReporter? as indicated by the last line of my console.log
screencap(3).png Download (51.7 KB) - added by snown 6 years ago.
tailConsole.log Download (1.1 KB) - added by snown 6 years ago.

Change History

Changed 6 years ago by snown

a sample I took while the import was hanging

Changed 6 years ago by snown

console.log shortly after import halting occured

Changed 6 years ago by snown

truncated CrashReporter? as indicated by the last line of my console.log

comment:1 Changed 6 years ago by gbooker

What is the exact filename of the file it is stuck on? Also note, sometimes it displays the previous filename instead of the current one.

BTW, you have an old version of Perian installed, which is responsible for the background importer crashing. You really should update it.

comment:2 Changed 6 years ago by snown

Ok, I will definitely check the version of Perian.

And I can post the titles I was talking about here when I get home from work.

I do realize that it usually displays the filename prior to the one it's actually working on; it was in fact THAT file name (the one after the file on display) that I tried moving away to see if it would help. Actually all I did was put a '.' in front of it because it is my understanding that the Sapphire importer ignores those files (as they are Unix hidden files).

Anyway I'l post the names when I get home, as well as check to see if Perian is up to date.

Thanks

Changed 6 years ago by snown

Changed 6 years ago by snown

comment:3 Changed 6 years ago by snown

ok now I've made sure Perian is up to version 1.1.3, but I'm still having the same problems.

At first I saw the exact same issue where it stopped on file name "American Idol s08e22.avi", so I placed a '.' in front of the entire American Idol folder (all seasons I have). Then it stopped – as it has in the past – on "24 s05e01 - 7 AM to 8 AM.avi" So I put a '.' in front of that file (not in front of the subsequent file).

The import seemed to go along for a while longer just fine until it hit another snag on file "Battlestar Galactica s04e20.avi". However I decided to pull a tail on the console.log file again and got a different error than the one I was getting before (as shown in attachment 'tailConsole.log').

I '.'ed that file as well for good measure and ended up with it halting on file "Castle s01e03.avi". and running tail on console.log there gives the same message as the Battlestar one did. I tried importing a couple more times but it stopped on the same file each time.

any ideas?

Thank you so much for your help.

Also, I just remembered that I did add a couple Movies (which are imported first) and they were able to pull the metadata and such just fine. It only seems to be TV data that it messes up on.

comment:4 Changed 6 years ago by gbooker

  • Status changed from new to closed
  • Resolution set to fixed

These are fixed in [656] and [690], iirc.

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