Re: id3 Tag & beagle


On Wed, 2006-11-22 at 23:10 +1100, Arif Lukito wrote:
> Is there any reason why beagle tries to read both id3v1 and id3v2 tags?

It reads both because files only have one or the other.

> My problem is I don't want id3v1 tags appearing on my search results.
> There's a 30 characters limit on each field in id3v1 so some fields with
> value more than 30 chars get truncated. Also afaik id3v1 has no unicode
> support. 

It probably makes sense to only index id3v1 tags if id3v2 aren't
present.  Can you open a bug about that?

> Now for an unrelated question, I got this warning
> Warn: Caught exception calling DoQuery on 'EvolutionDataServer'
> System.IO.IOException: Lock obain timed
> out: /home/maxima/.beagle/Indexes/EvolutionDataServerIndex/Locks/lucene-f74fe3d530a014777fac17363b19ca11-commit.lock -- pid 25542 -- process exists
>   at Lucene.Net.Store.Lock.Obtain (Int64 lockWaitTimeout) [0x00000] 
>   at Lucene.Net.Store.Lock+With.Run () [0x00000] 
>   at Lucene.Net.Index.IndexReader.Open (Lucene.Net.Store.Directory
> directory, Boolean closeDirectory) [0x00000] 
>   at Lucene.Net.Index.IndexReader.Open (Lucene.Net.Store.Directory
> directory) [0x00000] 
>   at Beagle.Daemon.LuceneCommon.GetReader (Lucene.Net.Store.Directory
> directory) [0x00000] 
>   at Beagle.Daemon.LuceneQueryingDriver.DoQuery (Beagle.Query query,
> IQueryResult result, ICollection search_subset_uris,
> Beagle.Daemon.UriFilter uri_filter, Beagle.Daemon.HitFilter hit_filter)
> [0x00000] 
>   at Beagle.Daemon.LuceneQueryable.DoQuery (Beagle.Query query,
> IQueryResult query_result, IQueryableChangeData i_change_data)
> [0x00000] 
>   at Beagle.Daemon.Queryable.DoQuery (Beagle.Query query, IQueryResult
> result, IQueryableChangeData change_data) [0x00000] 
> Is this normal? I had my evolution opened. Thank you.

It's not normal, no.  I'm not sure why this would happen, other than a
wedged index helper process.  It'd be good to check the helper logs from
about the same time to see if there is anything obviously amiss.


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