hendrik on 02 Jan, 2012 09:48 AM
it looks like you still don't have enough space left on your
The latest error messages in the log seem to indicate just
Can you send a screenshot of the folder
Support/beaTunes/Database/ that show how big the individual
files are? Perhaps we can delete some of them.
PS: Often restarting your OS X machine also makes a little room
on the harddrive...
hendrik on 03 Jan, 2012 03:24 PM
the logs don't show an error - however, they indicate that you
are trying to start beaTunes 2.1 (after you already ran beaTunes
3). Note that by running beaTunes 3, you converted your internal
beaTunes database into a new format, that cannot be read by
beaTunes 2. As a result, beaTunes 2 will probably attempt to
re-create the database. I'd recommend sticking to beaTunes 3.
That said, any case you had any iTunes dialogs open? Like
"Accept License" or "Get Info" or the like? In that case beaTunes 2
may get stuck and not start all the way. The same is true for
hendrik on 04 Jan, 2012 11:02 AM
the log (beaTunes.log) you sent me the other day clearly
2012-01-01 22:18:17,607 [ 0] [INFO ][main] com.tagtraum.beatunes.BeaTunes: ==== Sun Jan 01 22:18:17 CET 2012 ====
beaTunes 2.1.20, built May 19, 2011 1:56:54 PM CEST, id 5896848313226971375
Copyright (c) 2006-2011 tagtraum industries incorporated
All Rights Reserved.
It shows that it is current (date 2012-01-01) and it shows the
beaTunes version is 2.1.20.
Perhaps it is a good idea to remove all beaTunes
versions and re-install a fresh version from the website.
hendrik on 04 Jan, 2012 01:50 PM
the PID is a proprietary number that results from an audiofingerprint that is matched with an entry in a database. In essence, the id of the database entry is the PID.
That means: The PID cannot be computed, it can only be looked up (based on a fingerprint).