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Postby stozher » Mon Jan 24, 2011 7:20 pm

Sindre, please change:

Ubuntu / Debian package: /DEBIAN/control (Section: sound)

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Package: subsonic
Version: 4.1
Section: sound
Priority: optional
Recommends: lame, flac, faad, vorbis-tools, ffmpeg
Architecture: all
Maintainer: Sindre Mehus <sindre@activeobjects.no>
Description: A web-based music streamer, jukebox and Podcast receiver
Subsonic is a web-based music streamer, jukebox and Podcast receiver,
providing access to your music collection wherever you are. Use it
to share your music with friends, or to listen to your music while away
from home.
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A Subsonic client for Android phones is also available.
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Java 1.6 or higher is required to run Subsonic.
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Subsonic can be found at http://subsonic.org
http://music.stozher.com:8080/login.view?user=guest&password=
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Postby reyrios » Mon Jan 24, 2011 7:40 pm

kapz wrote:reyrios, manwithaplan, gotosleep, and others...

I have the latest ffmpeg v0.6.1 compiled for Linux in my Subsoniuc unRaid tutorial (download transcode.zip). That might help on a Mac since it's unix based, but I can't test for you nor claim to know much about Macs.

I was also having the same issue with access denied on some mp4 files. It had to do with multi-channel audio. I decided to not down-sample the audio with ffmpeg and this made all my files playable. I use the following in my mp4 > flv transcode string...

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ffmpeg -v 0 -ss %o -async 1 -i %s -f flv -b %bk -s %wx%h -acodec copy -


I tried your transcoding code but it didn't work for me. I also noticed, the majority of my files are m4v, but some play and some not. Also, I have a few mp4 that do not play. Maybe you're into something with the audio stuff. I can send some sample videos so maybe it can be tested.
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Here is my log

Postby reyrios » Tue Jan 25, 2011 3:07 pm

This is on a Mac Mini 10.6.6 Intel. Again, some mv4 play ok and some don't.

[/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg] [-ss] [0] [-i] [/Volumes/THIRD-HD/MUSIC/Movies/Alex Rey 1st month - Large/Alex Rey 1st month - Large.m4v] [-async] [1] [-b] [1200k] [-s] [854x480] [-ar] [44100] [-ac] [2] [-v] [0] [-f] [flv] [-]
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) FFmpeg version SVN-r25203-einsteinx2, Copyright (c) 2000-2010 the FFmpeg developers
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) built on Sep 26 2010 02:08:29 with gcc 4.2.1 (Apple Inc. build 5664)
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) configuration: --prefix=/Volumes/Ramdisk/ --as=yasm --extra-version=einsteinx2 --disable-shared --enable-static --disable-ffplay --disable-ffserver --enable-gpl --enable-pthreads --enable-postproc --enable-gray --enable-libfaac --enable-libmp3lame --enable-libtheora --enable-libvorbis --enable-libx264 --enable-libxvid --enable-libspeex --enable-bzlib --enable-zlib --enable-libopencore-amrnb --enable-libopencore-amrwb --enable-nonfree --enable-version3
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) libavutil 50.28. 0 / 50.28. 0
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) libavcore 0. 9. 0 / 0. 9. 0
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) libavcodec 52.90. 0 / 52.90. 0
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) libavformat 52.78. 5 / 52.78. 5
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) libavdevice 52. 2. 2 / 52. 2. 2
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) libavfilter 1.45. 0 / 1.45. 0
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) libswscale 0.11. 0 / 0.11. 0
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) libpostproc 51. 2. 0 / 51. 2. 0
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg)
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Seems stream 0 codec frame rate differs from container frame rate: 5994.00 (5994/1) -> 29.97 (2997/100)
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Input #0, mov,mp4,m4a,3gp,3g2,mj2, from '/Volumes/THIRD-HD/MUSIC/Movies/Alex Rey 1st month - Large/Alex Rey 1st month - Large.m4v':
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Metadata:
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) major_brand : M4VH
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) minor_version : 1
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) compatible_brands: M4VHM4A mp42isom
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) genre : Personal Movies
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Duration: 00:03:28.58, start: 0.000000, bitrate: 3629 kb/s
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Stream #0.0(eng): Video: h264, yuv420p, 960x540, 3494 kb/s, 29.97 fps, 29.97 tbr, 2997 tbn, 5994 tbc
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Stream #0.1(eng): Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, stereo, s16, 130 kb/s
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) [buffer @ 0x11014d0] w:960 h:540 pixfmt:yuv420p
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) [scale @ 0x1103590] w:960 h:540 fmt:yuv420p -> w:854 h:480 fmt:yuv420p flags:0xc0000004
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Output #0, flv, to 'pipe:':
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Metadata:
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) encoder : Lavf52.78.5
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Stream #0.0(eng): Video: flv, yuv420p, 854x480, q=2-31, 1200 kb/s, 1k tbn, 29.97 tbc
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Stream #0.1(eng): Audio: libmp3lame, 44100 Hz, stereo, s16, 64 kb/s
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Stream mapping:
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Stream #0.0 -> #0.0
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Stream #0.1 -> #0.1
[1/25/11 9:04:53 AM CST] DEBUG InputStreamReaderThread (/Library/Application Support/Subsonic/transcode/ffmpeg) Press [q] to stop encoding
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since enabling https

Postby rhodes3581 » Wed Jan 26, 2011 5:36 am

since enabling https I have not been able to get my android app to connect to my server. I get an error saying "Didn't understand the reply. Please check the server address"
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Postby deejay2302 » Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:42 pm

The same problem as in version 4.3. The search function does not find my songs!
Another problem is, it should come. The covers look very bad quality. They can be partially read or barely know. Sindre if you ever have time or we could even contact other than here on the page, I might even give you access to my server and you you look at this.
I use a home server and he is not 24 hours online , I have to know a time when you access it.

I have currently indexed circa 177,000 (circa 1.3 terabyte) Songs in Subsonic. Not even the half of the songs will be displayed from version 4.3 even though the songs are tagged properly. Now I've installed the version 4.1 beta 1 and it has not improved.


Video to Problem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVyWIivdwUU

PS: One more problem. Subsonic runs and the Tray Icon was red after some times. Status: Running. Auto-start. I can not see: Started on, Memory Used, and Server adress. I have the problem since Version 4.2. Same problem on 4.4 Beta 1.

Edit: 2 Errors in my Logfile says:

ERROR LuceneSearchService Failed to execute Lucene search.

An error occurred while reading index entry 'F ixYxi 1227367288000 ixYxi 1227367288000 ixYxi e:\Country\Country (Sampler)\Country Linedance CD 1-21\CD18\CD 18 - Bad Moon On The Rise.mp3 ixYxi 5674572 ixYxi CREEDENCE '.
ERROR SearchService An error occurred while reading index entry 'CLEARWATER REVIVAL/CCR ixYxi CHRONICLE ixYxi BAD MOON RISING ixYxi ixYxi Country'.
21.681 Artists
58.141 Albums
674.091 Songs
5072,14 GB (~ 49.341 Hours)
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Directory navigation slow (especially with video)

Postby BrianDelShasta » Sun Jan 30, 2011 5:29 pm

Sindre,
I've noticed that browsing of directories containing large numbers of items can be slow. With audio files its not so much an issue because its only noticeable when a dir has 50+ songs in it. I only have one dir like that.

However, with video folders I've noticed ffmpeg slams the proc whenever a folder is browsed. I've noticed this for a while now, though I don't know which version it began. I've got some directories containing seasons of tv shows and it can take 5 seconds or longer to display folder contents--all the while ffmpeg tops out the proc. I'm guessing your using ffmpeg to gather meta data from the video files? I've tried disabling the 'duration' display for browsing under personal settings, but ffmpeg still kicks off.

My question is this: What is ffmpeg doing while browsing video directories?

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Postby sindre_mehus » Sun Jan 30, 2011 5:34 pm

Yes, I use ffmpeg to get metadata from video files, kicking off one process for each file (but caching the result for some time).

I haven't found a java library capable of doing the same as ffmpeg, unfortunately.
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Postby linuxman » Tue Feb 01, 2011 8:10 pm

Sindre I have been having problems the last 3 versions I've loaded. The subsonic java processes seem to be hanging a lot like back when the bug was causing hangs in the server on tomcat. Well instead of waiting on the tomcat fix I started using your standalone for fedora/redhat and had no issues till recently.

How do I debug java errors with the included jetty server? I can't really find any information on how or where to find a core dump.
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Postby stozher » Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:47 am

Sindre,

Move chat cache from "/tmp/subsonic/ehcache" to "/var/tmp/subsonic/ehcache". System always deleted "/tmp/subsonic" after reboot... "/var/tmp" cleaned only if no disk space. Permission of "/var/tmp" is the same as "/tmp" and no problem for all users to create and write in "/var/tmp".
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Postby WalterSear » Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:47 am

Does this version address the server not staying online? How soon can we expect this to be addressed?

Is there a stable version? Anything from 4.0 onward does not stay up for more than a few days for me.
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Postby GJ51 » Wed Feb 02, 2011 4:27 am

I have 3 Windows servers running 24/7, rock solid stable for months. Subsonic is not your problem Walter. Version 4.4 beta 1 on Windows is rock solid stable. If you think that contiuing to whine is going to fix your problem, your going to be sadly dissappointed. I've already told you what your problems are, but you refuse to listen. No one here can help you.
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Postby WalterSear » Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:55 am

If anyone wants to draw their own conclusions, there's a thread with a number of users posting their symptoms, and looking for help resolving this here.
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Postby GJ51 » Wed Feb 02, 2011 6:41 pm

OK - Some of you are having issues. Some think it's Subsonic, I think it's individual configuration issues. I have 3 servers running on Server 2008 code base, which from all I've read is identical to the Win 7 core. All 3 of my servers were updated from 4.3 to 4.4 beta1 without any problems. All 3 run 24/7 and never crash.

Some of you are on Win 7 which, I guess could be a bit different from Server 08.

So let's experiment. I just set up a spare box with 32 bit Win 7 and installed it on an Athlon dualcore PC that I will leave on as long as any of you are interested. It is now online at http://garyj51.subsonic.org U & P = guest.

Let's see how long it takes to crash.

The music folder is on a server share so indexing and home screen random view may take a while to generate.

This install is version 4.3, I will be happy to do the upgrade to 4.4 beta 1 whenever it is determined that this configuration is stable.

I would like feedback as to how long you think I should leave this online in its current configuration before we reach consensus as to whether or not it is stable. I will then do the upgrade to 4.4 beta1, then reconfigure with 64 bit Win 7 and repeat. I realize that this may take as long as a month or more to run its course, but I know many of you have had this issue for longer than that, so I am willing to donate the use of my equipment and electric chgs. to determine if your problems are repeatable. Scientific method and all that. I'm only a windows guy, so I'm sorry I can't do this for other platforms yet. Maybe after we run this little experiment, I'll delve into Linix or something else depending on feedback. If there is anyone else capable of doing the same demo/experiment for other platforms, please jump in.
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Postby linuxman » Wed Feb 02, 2011 10:29 pm

Are you some kind of idiot? It takes use and a load normally to cause something to crash and just because you loaded this on a system and have it up doesn't mean it will crash.

There is a java library or process that has a bug somewhere in the code in the last 3 or 4 releases that is causing problems across different OS platforms.

It has now started completely taking my linux server down and its a whole lot harder to take a linux kernel down than windows so its a pretty mean memory leak or bug present somewhere.
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Postby GJ51 » Wed Feb 02, 2011 10:44 pm

Yes, I must be an idiot, as I now only have 4 servers running SS online that have never crashed. By the way, did you read the part where I stated that I only use windows and deffer to others regarding other platforms. I also haven't heard any complaints from Stozher whose had his site up for quite some time now. Nor can I remember the Subsonic demo site ever crashing.

But I guess none of us get enough load or use to cause the crash you want us to help you fix. Not to mention the nine other sites that have given me access that are always up when I visit.

Boy are we stupid.

Pardon my ignorance.

http://garyj51.subsonic.org U & P = guest.

Put all the load on it you want. That's why I set it up on my time and expense to provide YOU with a platform that might help identify YOUR problem IF it exists.

You're right, I am an idiot.
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