A folder to watch for new music, to help keep the library folder clean. We could specify a separate folder path to watch for new music, and it could move the music to the library folder once it has cleaned it all up.
Yes, you're right, high cpu usage must have been during a scan.
But I have running Audio Station on the Synology using the same folder. That means new files get indexed by Audio Station, when they are copied to my music folder and again, when bliss changes the folder structure for the new music.
An import folder could remedy this double indexing.
bliss does keep a watch but it does so using inotify; there should be no-where near 25% CPU usage. Something else must be going on. Note if you have the Web UI showing this can sometimes use some CPU, and obviously if there's a scan going on that will too.
I have bliss running on a Synology and its consuming 25% of the cpu. I assume because it is checking the library for changes.
An import or watch folder could solve this problem. so only this folder needs to be watched for additions to the library.
iTunes - I know, I know - does it the same way
Thanks Nathan, nice idea. Would this be covered by: http://ideas.blisshq.com/forums/21939-bliss/suggestions/9161260-move-music-files-between-libraries ?