I have noticed that the last two firmware updates claim to have solved the problem that the media library re-compiles after every re-boot. However I am still having this problem, usually having to wait 5 to 8 minutes for the media library to compile every time I turn the unit on (other than from stand-by). Looking through the firmware issues threads I get the impression that others are not having this problem any more. Before I raise this as a firmware issue I just wanted to see if anyone out there can offer any solutions in case I am missing something obvious.
My media library is complied from a Synology NAS, connected as a network share via a wired Gigabit LAN. There are approx. 18,000 photos, 10,000 mp3 tracks and 2000 videos. I am on the new 1.08.17 firmware and have done a factory re-set. I have tried setting “auto-scan” to “during stand-by only” and also “once a month”, but it still re-complies every re-boot, even if no new files have been added to the NAS.
I have tried clearing my media library and deleting all the .wd files on my NAS. After this, the first compile takes about 20 minutes, and thereafter is back to 5-8 minutes each time.
All I want is to be able to turn on my media player and use the media library immediately, and to be able to restrict re-compiling to when there are any changes, i.e. when new files are added.