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IDCategoryLast Update
0006284bugs2017-08-27 17:47
ReporterXipaziAssigned To 
Reproducibilitysometimes 
Status newResolutionopen 
Product Version4.0 
Fixed in Version 
Summary0006284: Cleaning recordings does not work reliably
DescriptionVersion: Ardour 4.0.71 "No Pussyfooting" (built from revision 4.0-71-g9b10890). This is the demo version from the site.

Platform: win32

Problems:

1) After deleting tracks (with recordings exclusively contained in the track), selecting clean and then confirming the deletion of playlists Ardour most of the time concludes that there are no files to clean (which is not true).

2) Subsequent cleanings either succeeds or (most often) gives an error, e.g.:
[ERROR]: cannot rename unused file source from C:\8\interchange\8\audiofiles\Audio 4-1.wav to C:\8\dead\Audio 4-1.wav (Permission denied)

3) The above error seems to prevent other tracks from beeing cleaned (not only the track in question).

4) Restarting Ardour helps.

5) Additional (maybe unrelated errors) that coincide with the above scenarios are e.g.:
[ERROR]: could not reconstitute StatefulDiffCommand from XMLNode. object type = ARDOUR::AudioPlaylist id = 367
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x42

2015-04-27 18:51

administrator   ~0016650

confirmed.
This is windows specific (windows cannot move, delete or rename files that are still open or in use).

Oliver

2017-08-27 17:47

reporter   ~0019990

I observe point 5) with Ardour 5.11 on Xubuntu 16.04 LTS. After cleaning a session, I obtain upon loading two error messages (different id):
[ERROR]: could not reconstitute StatefulDiffCommand from XMLNode. object type = ARDOUR::AudioRegion id = 7734

Also there are a couple of warnings:
[WARNING]: undo transaction references an unknown object

After 'Save as...' the new session has no errors or warnings. I also see no detrimental effect on the affected session.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2015-04-26 00:22 Xipazi New Issue
2015-04-27 18:51 x42 Note Added: 0016650
2017-08-27 17:47 Oliver Note Added: 0019990