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Ingesting finished without results...

Post by Username » 01 Mar 18 9:44

After importing close to 50k photos in total I ran into the "Ingesting finished without results, likely these images are already in your catalog or they already exist on disk".

This took me a while to notice as the import message fades away rather quick and unless you sit and watch the screen you will miss it. Is it a way to make these important notices stay around until confirmed and closed?
And perhaps reviewed afterwards as a log?


Now to the real problem.
The ingest notice is correct - these images are already in my catalog - but they are not a duplicate other than by name.
My Nikons are set to name the files with 3 letters followed by 4 digits. I use the letters to identify my in camera settings used and the 4 digit number is increased for each shot taken.

But after _ACT9999.NEF the name will roll over to be _ACT0001.NEF again.
And now sooner or later I will have a name collision and PS will ignore the last ingested photo with a duplicate name.

How do I managed this?
Am I forced to rename the files I already have stored on disk?
I have most likely other photos with names which collides but I might have missed them due to the notice is disappearing so quickly.
Do I need to re-ingest all these to be sure I'm not missing some?
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Re: Ingesting finished without results...

Post by Hert » 01 Mar 18 11:59

You can check in States-Out of Sync

There, select all, right click->Metadata->Read Metadata from file.

This is basically importing the metadata to the catalog.
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Re: Ingesting finished without results...

Post by Username » 01 Mar 18 14:46

Thank you Hert!
I tested this on a couple of photos and Read Metadata worked perfect.

But every time I select some kind of selections larger than perhaps 5000 images PSu goes into spinning for ever.
Selecting smaller groups of photos, works great. It takes PSU roughly 1 second per 1000 photos to acquire everything from the Postgres db.
The largest I can go in Timeline is 4400 photos which takes 4 seconds.
If I try 6900 or 7600 PSu get stuck spinning and have to be forced quit.

I've compacted the catalog but no difference.

Would you like me to file mantis on that or do you recognize the problem?
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Re: Ingesting finished without results...

Post by Hert » 01 Mar 18 16:02

Build 1043 was just uploaded to the website (check for update was not triggered yet). Can you download and install from the website and try this again?
Thank you
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Re: Ingesting finished without results...

Post by Username » 01 Mar 18 19:35

I downloaded and tried the 1043.pg but no difference.
4400 photos work as before, 6000 will lock up PSu.

Could this be a Postgres problem more then PSu?

I'm not able to create a backup either with Backup Photo Supreme Data.
It process something for a split second and then it's finished.

The only files saved in backup folder are following and first, third and fifth is basically empty.
IDimager.backup.reg
IDimagerSU_mac_pg_webUpdate.pkg
PostCatalogActions.idi
registry.dat
syncdata.queue
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Re: Ingesting finished without results...

Post by Username » 02 Mar 18 19:07

I exported the DB via pg_dumpall and imported it again but no difference.
I upgraded the db to 10.3 but still same.

PSu goes into 100% CPU load and then keep spinning for ever until I force it down.
It does not let me select a set/collection as large as 6000 photos without freezing.
4400 is handled with a breeze though.
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Re: Ingesting finished without results...

Post by Username » 03 Mar 18 1:46

I just filed a major mantis related to this as the postgres version for Mac have outdated pg_dump and pg_restore as well as them not being executable.
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Re: Ingesting finished without results...

Post by Hert » 03 Mar 18 10:00

Thank you
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Re: Ingesting finished without results...

Post by simato73 » 03 Mar 18 11:46

Could you please include a hyperlink to the mantis ticket for ease of access?
Just in case others want to read/comment...
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Re: Ingesting finished without results...

Post by Username » 03 Mar 18 12:53

simato73 wrote:
03 Mar 18 11:46
Could you please include a hyperlink to the mantis ticket for ease of access?
Just in case others want to read/comment...

Of course.
ID 3206

http://mantis.idimager.com/view.php?id=3206
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