Totally correct, but the "Activity" or Log files are getting to long and there are too much messages. As long as there is no filtering or searching for the log files, you could offer an option not to have these messages in the log files at all.
This is not working on my Synology:
Excerpt from The "Activity":
Will ignore /volumeUSB1/usbshare/muzak/Adam Ant/(2005) - Vive Le Rock (Remastered)/@eaDir but it does contain music files: 14-Apollo 9 (Francois Kervorkian 7' mix).mp3,8-Mohair Lockeroom Pin-Up Boys.mp3,17-Big Big Man (Razor Keen) (demo).mp3,13-Vive Le Rock (Rico Conning 12' mix).mp3,7-Hell's Eight Acres.mp3 ... (possibly more)
This issue is not resolved in the latest version:
...Will ignore /volumeUSB1/usbshare/muzak/DEVO/(2005) - New Traditionalists/@eaDir ...
at 21:24, yesterday
<Dan Gravell (Founder and programmer, bliss) commented · February 12, 2012 2:25 PM · Flag as inappropriate
Yeah filters for the activity page would be useful. Free text search would also be useful.>
Perhaps you can implement the second part in one of the next releases.
My setting in bliss is:
<album artist>/(<year>) - <album name>/<discnumber> - <tracknumber:auto> - <track name>
So, as I found out now, this does not work correctly, when we have different albums from different years by the same artist.
The (<year>) bit is ignored and all tracks are being put inside the folder of the newest album by year.
My tracks are all correctly tagged, before I use bliss.
Can you please fix this.
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.
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