[RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility
qa.nfo.refresh should solve the problem of (a) - you just need to specify a relative (or absolute) date. Absolute dates takes the form "YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS". Relative dates are a positive number eg. 0 (same as "today"), 1 would be yesterday etc.

If you want to re-cache artwork that has been recently updated, then specify "@cache.refresh=today|<relative date>|<absolute date>" when running "C <class>" and only artwork that is more recently modified than the specified date will be re-cached (normally, C without specifying a @cache.refresh property will re-cache everything so don't mis-type this parameter!)

So, work out your relative or absolute date, then run qax followed by C, specifying the relevant @qa.nfo.refresh/@cache.refresh parameter. Some artwork that is (re-)loaded by qax may also be re-cached by C, particularly if it's a new movie or episode, but this is an unavoidable inefficiency.
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
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RE: [RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility - by Milhouse - 2014-03-05, 18:36
Crash on Gotham on OS X - by desepticon - 2014-05-29, 17:57
Cleaning - by AleisterHH - 2018-05-28, 22:03
RE: Cleaning - by Milhouse - 2018-05-28, 22:16
qax genre not updated - by Just-Me_A-User - 2018-06-12, 22:06
RE: qax genre not updated - by Milhouse - 2018-06-12, 23:40


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