during scan of my Musicbase round about 180.000 I get a lot of following Errors
and it seems it will not scan anymore
Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 20480 bytes) at /var/www/nextcloud/lib/private/Files/Cache/Cache.php#166
Redis::get(): connect() failed: No such file or directory at /var/www/nextcloud/lib/private/Memcache/Redis.php#54
180k tracks is way more than what the Music app can handle today. If you wouldn’t hit the memory limit during scanning, I’m sure that the app would break down somewhere else.
I believe that around 60k tracks is the maximum which the app can survive as of today. And already above some 10k tracks it may start to feel a bit too slow to be enjoyable, at least on browsers other than the new Quantum based Firefox versions.
We are gradually improving the performance and scalability for larger music collections. But supporting 180k tracks is still a distant goal.
Ok, bad news, it would be a nice idea to put that into your main description, I have used a lots of hours and complete new installations of the VM to get this working. I’m using Subsonic Windows 10 Pro based, I know that this Java based Tool needs round about 30 minutes for scanning in fact 220k of titles with a max of 160 MB memory an average 50-80MB and has no browser problems.
This is de facto the same like subsonic, but open source, may be you will have a closer look at that …