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Old 1st January 2024, 03:40   #761  |  Link
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Ran into an error for the Die Hard 3 bluray disc, according to the output it extracts a unit key but can't validate the files. Log file is attached and available on pastebin: https://pastebin.com/6J05uz7t
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Old 1st January 2024, 03:49   #762  |  Link
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I also have had the synchronization fail every time I've tried, it always fails partway through the download process. Log file is attached and available on pastebin: https://pastebin.com/34ZNMTAB
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Old 1st January 2024, 04:23   #763  |  Link
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Ran into another error with the Die Hard 5 bluray disc, it also found unit keys but couldn't validate the files. Log file is attached and available on pastebin: https://pastebin.com/gJzjfC5L
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Old 1st January 2024, 22:42   #764  |  Link
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Ran into an error for the Die Hard 3 bluray disc, according to the output it extracts a unit key but can't validate the files. Log file is attached and available on pastebin: https://pastebin.com/6J05uz7t
To me it looks as if reading the file F:\BDMV\STREAM\00001.m2ts fails? Can you copy it e.g. manually from the blu-ray to a local folder?
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Old 1st January 2024, 23:02   #765  |  Link
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I also have had the synchronization fail every time I've tried, it always fails partway through the download process. Log file is attached and available on pastebin: https://pastebin.com/34ZNMTAB
This is really strange ... I guess it fails because it's taking too long ...

I've changed the scriped to switch to full-file instead of delta-file in case the delta is bigger than the full-file, which is the case in your situation.
So hopefully this helps to finish the sync in time
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Old 1st January 2024, 23:04   #766  |  Link
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Ran into another error with the Die Hard 5 bluray disc, it also found unit keys but couldn't validate the files. Log file is attached and available on pastebin: https://pastebin.com/gJzjfC5L
The same as with the other disc - FindVUK tries to read the file F:\BDMV\STREAM\00720.m2ts and fails ...
So usually this means the disc or the drive are damaged ... please try to copy the files to a local folder to check if windows is able to access them correctly.

Thanks!
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Old 2nd January 2024, 00:53   #767  |  Link
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Thanks for all the comments, I followed your suggestions, successfully copied those two specific files to my local files and tried running FindVUK again. Both attempts were successful. In the future I will try the same if the logs show identical issues, the drive I'm using is very old and may be producing these disc read failures sporadically.

I also tested the synchronization, it completed successfully.

Thank you again for the help and managing this excellent system!
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Old 15th January 2024, 04:21   #768  |  Link
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Did the online database move? Iʼm getting a 404 page at https://fvonline-db.bplaced.net/, which worked last month. I also have a question: I have information extracted from blu-rays not using the FindVUK tool, from the advice in this thread. Will findvuk synchronize upload that information, and if not, do you have advice on preparing XML files with that information?

I also have a bug report and a feature request. The feature request is to be able to get VID using the techniques in the thread I just linked, which would allow FindVUK to go back to doing what its name says. The bug report is that FindVUK looks for the DVDFab Passkey log file in the wrong location when you change where your user Documents folder is, and I think also in the wrong location for Passkey 9.2.1.7 although I might have confused it (or myself) by trying different versions.
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Old 17th January 2024, 00:05   #769  |  Link
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I also think it might be a good idea to, at least, make FindVUK able to retrieve the DiscId so it could be checked if a DiscId is already in the keydb.cfg !!
If it is, this would save the time to start passkey, etc. Of course, there could be an option to continue anyway.
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Old 17th January 2024, 21:57   #770  |  Link
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Did the online database move? Iʼm getting a 404 page at https://fvonline-db.bplaced.net/, which worked last month.
No, did not move - please use http://fvonline-db.bplaced.net/

The free webspace does not include a HTTPS certificate.
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Old 18th January 2024, 00:10   #771  |  Link
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No, did not move - please use http://fvonline-db.bplaced.net/

The free webspace does not include a HTTPS certificate.
I think this is probably just my browser being weird, then.
Somehow it decided the site supports HTTPS and refused to unlearn that. I eventually got it to connect over HTTP, but Iʼm not sure what I did differently.

I donʼt speak German but it looks like bplaced.net does support Letʼs Encrypt free certificates; does it only use those in the pro plan or something?
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Old 21st January 2024, 23:16   #772  |  Link
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I have information extracted from blu-rays not using the FindVUK tool, from the advice in this thread. Will findvuk synchronize upload that information, and if not, do you have advice on preparing XML files with that information?
FindVUK also has a "ValidateVUK" mode that might do what you want here. I cannot confirm this myself because FindVUK doesn't quite work correctly using Linux and wineconsole:
Code:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
21:58:15 -  -------    VALIDATE VUK   -------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
21:58:15 - Drive is NOT a Blu-ray drive! Exit now!
21:58:15 - In case this is wrong please report in the Doom9 forum
21:58:15 - _DriveCheck failed!
However, in theory it should verify that information you have added to KEYDB.cfg is correct for the disk currently in the given drive, which FindVUK can then use to generate an XML entry for upload via "synchronize".

FWIW, this is what MakeMKV says about my drives (once I remember to load the sg kernel module), so I don't understand why FindVUK should fail its "drive check":
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$ makemkvcon f --list
Found 2 drives(s)
00: dev_21:1, /dev/sr0, /dev/sr0
  Optiarc_DVD_RW_AD-5240S_1.03_BONGOXXX0

01: dev_21:2, /dev/sr1, /dev/sr1
  PIONEER_BD-RW__BDR-XD08U_1.02_BONGOXXX1

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