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JRiver MC19 showing duplicate files


PieterM

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JRiver shows duplicate files, which come back when I delete them. Some guidance would be much appreciated.

 

My setup:

Synology NAS running Minim server. Controlled by Plugplayer. Rendered by Audio Research Reference DAC.

I use Jriver to manage/sort/tag the music files (mostly WAV).

 

In Jriver under filename I get: Volumes/Music/[Artist]/[Album]/[Trackname]

But the same file also shows up as: http://[lan NAS address]:[port]/minimserver/*/Music/[Artist]/[Album]/[Trackname]

 

This happens throughout the library. If I delete all http://etc files they automatically are recreated (not at once, but over time).

 

Any ideas what may be causing this issue? Thank you.

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But the same file also shows up as: http://[lan NAS address]:[port]/minimserver/*/Music/[Artist]/[Album]/[Trackname]

 

This happens throughout the library. If I delete all http://etc files they automatically are recreated (not at once, but over time).

 

I can't think what would cause that. Auto-import only looks at local drives, so http:// anything won't happen.

 

Are you playing http:// files somehow?

Matt Ashland, JRiver

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Just thinking here...

 

Is this an issue where JRiver is looking at the NAS in two different ways as in a file server and then a media server. So when you delete the files you are deleting them from one part of the library but then when there is an import it re-imports them since they weren't really gone. So in this case you see the files that are on the file server and the files that are being shown through the media server?

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I agree, it seems like you have JRiver looking at the same files twice from two different directions. I ran into the same problem when I mapped my NAS drive as M:\ (JRiver was already pointing to it as a network drive), so I was pointing to it twice.

 

i wasn't as lucky when I deleted one (I actually deleted rather than just removing it from the library - duh), fortunately it was only one file and I was able to recover it from my backup.

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