Im not really sure who to blame for sudden slowdown (new tvOS 17.1 or Infuse 7.6.2 update) since i didn’t reindex my content in a while.
Apple TV 2022 128 GB is updated to tvOS 17.1 and Infuse is 7.6.2. All worked great few months ago , but today i deleted metadata cache from Apple TV and hit button scan for changes and refresh metadata.
And it takes forever to fetch content data from SSD drives. I have Asus AXE 16000 attached to 4x8TB SSD with 5000+ movies and TV series. Local share is FTP with around 500 Mbit/s . Usually it fetched metadata content really fast, aprox in 30 min , but now is really slow, needs 5 hours more or less.
I check speed,and it shows 520 Mbit/s. So,obiously there is some tvOS Infuse issue, because on Mac with MacOS Sonoma 14.1 is working great as usual , fetching is done in 30 min (900 Mbit/s) but on Apple tv is slow as hell .
@james is there any possibility of something like an “infuse server” that could run directly on NASes and clients could connect to it? That would solve so many of these sync-related issues if an always-on server handled the library functions centrally. There are two things that make me want to ditch Infuse, as much as I love it, and this is one of them. Kodi/Plex/etc libraries “just work” but Infuse is temperamental to say the least, seemingly because clients struggle to get through the whole sync process cleanly, especially in a situation where the client app is likely to go into background mode and battle with Apple’s black box limitations.