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Soundsgood process high cpu?

SoundsGood is a Web music player that allows you to listen to all the music stored on your NAS via a Web browser. It supports browsing by artist, album or folder along with keyword searches to help you quickly find the music you want to listen to. The easy to use interface lets you effortlessly create playlists, creating a personalized listening experience. Additionally, SoundsGood supports ASUSTOR NAS’s multimedia playback interface allowing you to connect speakers to the NAS via HDMI, USB or audio jack, turning SoundsGood into your local music player.

Soundsgood process high cpu?

Postby acurrington » Tue Jan 20, 2015 8:28 am

Hi all,

The Soundsgood app seems to use about 25% CPU all the time. I loaded in a lot of music (MP3s) onto the NAS yesterday, and it's been sitting at 25% CPU or above since then.

Is this normal/to be expected?

Antony
Storage: AS-5104T with 2x4TB WD Green and 2GB RAM, and loving it! :)
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Re: Soundsgood process high cpu?

Postby crazynas » Wed Feb 18, 2015 11:35 am

Hi
Which model do you have?
I use AS5104T playing songsgood it only use 0%. It's look abnormal. You can export health record to asustor team: support.asustor.com
;)
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Re: Soundsgood process high cpu?

Postby acurrington » Wed Feb 18, 2015 4:11 pm

Soundsgood seems to index the songs somehow. Eventually the CPU goes back down to 0, but it takes a while if there are a large number of files to process.
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