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schaferj

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media files resync error - maplock?
« on: August 17, 2007, 03:46:35 am »
Hello,

The media finder does not seem to be working for shared folders, so I ran pluto-admin -- files & media -- media files sync -- mediaFilesSync on  /home/public/data

but it errors off with:

"Cannot find self in maplock!"

Appreciate any insight.

much thanks,
joseph


executeLog extract:

05   08/16/07 21:21:20.880      # PlutoMediaFile STARTED: dir /home/public/data/pictures/flickr/2007/07 file 21 <0xb6b8f6d0>
05   08/16/07 21:21:20.880      Parent folder already in the database: /home/public/data/pictures/flickr/2007/07/21 <0xb6b8f6d0>
05   08/16/07 21:21:21.531      # PlutoMediaFile STARTED: dir /home/public/data/pictures/flickr/2007/07/13 file 796781968.jpg <0xb6b8f6d0>
Writing: PK_Attr = 30      *
Don't know yet how to save tag with PK_Attr = 30 and value *
05   08/16/07 21:21:21.619      # PlutoMediaFile STARTED: dir /home/public/data/pictures/flickr/2007/07/13 file 802864464.jpg <0xb6b8f6d0>
Writing: PK_Attr = 30      *
Don't know yet how to save tag with PK_Attr = 30 and value *
05   08/16/07 21:21:21.629      # PlutoMediaFile STARTED: dir /home/public/data/pictures/flickr/2007/07 file 13 <0xb6b8f6d0>
05   08/16/07 21:21:21.629      Parent folder already in the database: /home/public/data/pictures/flickr/2007/07/13 <0xb6b8f6d0>
01   08/16/07 21:21:24.515      Cannot find self in maplock! (0x80b07b4) (>2) alarm: AlarmManager.cpp:102  <0xb6b8eb90>
ready to dump locks using logger: 0x80b0858
05   08/16/07 21:21:24.535      Dumping 1 locks <0xb6b8eb90>
05   08/16/07 21:21:24.535      finished check for exceptions <0xb6b8eb90>
05   08/16/07 21:21:24.535      OL: (0x80b07b4) (>1) alarm AlarmManager.cpp l:87 time: 9:21:24p (0 s) thread: 3065575120 Rel: Y Got: Y <0xb6b8eb90>

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Re: media files resync error - maplock?
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2007, 10:11:33 pm »
Be careful that you haven't copied over anything but a media file from a windows share.  Look at all the files in the folders and delete those that don't belong and then try to resync. 

Also the ripped disk CD music files can be damaged (scratches and dirt on media), this can also cause errors.  try playing all the files in the directory and delete any that have problems.

resync, that may fix your problems.