[RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility
(2013-09-15, 21:48)MilhouseVH Wrote: I can't comment on the validity of the code as I'm not a Windows batch expert, but the general principle looks OK.

In the comment you mention only caching movies but will in fact be re-caching pretty much everything - change "texturecache.py c" to "texturecache.py c movies" to cache only movies, or even "texturecache.py c video" to cache only video related artwork (movies + sets + tvshows).

If you're running this on a regular basis you may want to try the "incremental" caching option, lc rather than c, which will only re-cache items added since the timestamp of the file specified by the property lastrunfile. At the end of your batch script, touch the lastrunfile to record a new timestamp.

Note also that texturecache.py doesn't fix (or clean) anything with respect to paths that have been mangled by Movie Set Artwork Automator, it is just is a bit more tolerant of such path mangling.

Thank for your response and the guidance!

Shall I assume that you cleaned up the path issues on my db using an update query? If so, would you mind sharing it with me?
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