Forum Activity for @andrusito

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@andrusito
01/19/23 03:15:15PM
300 posts

moving from home to sub folder


Installation and Configuration

Hi! I found this HowTo: Change The Jamroom Directory Or Domain.

The thing is I want to do the opposite:

changed the directory location of my Jamroom install (for example - moving my Jamroom install from my main HTML directory into a sub directory.

How do I go about this?
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@andrusito
04/13/22 09:31:40AM
300 posts

2 databases


Installation and Configuration

thanks you guys, this was of great help!

what happened to Brian? I see he's not posting anymore...
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@andrusito
04/12/22 12:28:45PM
300 posts

2 databases


Installation and Configuration

thanks Douglas!

so what would be the best way to make sure which DB is not being used?
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@andrusito
04/12/22 09:12:09AM
300 posts

2 databases


Installation and Configuration

Hi guys.

I'm getting ready to migrate my JR installation to another server. From the migration dept. I was told this:

"We just checked your site's data and you have 2 databases with over 1GB which is 14.1GB for user_jam5 and 3.1GB for user_jamroom.

As on these we are not so sure what is data related. Although seems can be removed but it is best you reduce the size of this database to avoid errors. "

I lowered the size on one database (reinaa_jam5, I deleted content inside table jr_jruser_session)

but for reinaa_jamroom I still have these:
jamroom_cache_rank - 1.5 GB
jamroom_chart_history - 500 MB
jamroom_chart_cache - 494 MB

1. Are these safe to empty?
2. Does JR uses 2 databases or one of them is old and is safe to discard? (I'm using JR since 2003! :)
updated by @andrusito: 07/12/22 10:24:33PM
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@andrusito
06/16/21 06:00:59AM
300 posts

jrAudio_1089_audio_file.mp3.original.mp3


Using Jamroom

hey Michael, yes, you are right!

All the mp3s from that folder are bundled into a zip. And this without me having the shop enabled, terrible waste of space... so not only I have duplicate mp3 files, but another zip with more duplicate files :) - This option was back from the 2000s, when we used to buy mp3s.

Anyway, guess I will delete all those... thank your for wonderful help, man!
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@andrusito
06/15/21 09:28:53AM
300 posts

jrAudio_1089_audio_file.mp3.original.mp3


Using Jamroom

ok I guess Brian is not around... I also noticed .zip files inside every data/media/ folder, what are those? are they safe to delete?
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@andrusito
06/10/21 07:52:21AM
300 posts

jrAudio_1089_audio_file.mp3.original.mp3


Using Jamroom

Thanks, Michael! I understand what you are saying... Is there any chance Brian could see this? I see he's not been active here for a while... although I understand those original files are copies of what's been uploaded, but if I could get his input just to be sure.
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@andrusito
06/08/21 05:10:53AM
300 posts

jrAudio_1089_audio_file.mp3.original.mp3


Using Jamroom

thanks Michael!

In my case there are no wav files and no purchase options on my site :)

you say: "if I delete the .original. version the download still works and the player version still works" so in my case it would be safe to delete the ".original" file, right? Do you know about a mass way to do this?
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@andrusito
06/07/21 06:01:54AM
300 posts

jrAudio_1089_audio_file.mp3.original.mp3


Using Jamroom

Hi! I'm on JR Version: 6.1.7 and I need to free up space on my server.

I noticed I have 2 versions for the same song.

By searching here I found Brian recommends this: "Yes - don't delete the "original" files. Jamroom 5 works a little differently in this regards than JR4, as it always keeps the original file for selling, as well as for the ability to re-convert to new formats or bit rates if needed..." but that was 8 years ago.

The thing is I do not use the lo fi versions anymore so I would like to keep the original files. Is there a way to mass delete these duplicate files? will doing so break the site?
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updated by @andrusito: 09/18/21 01:56:04AM
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