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NOTE: The original Fanzub site was decommissioned March 1st, 2015.Several alternatives sites implementing the same api may be available.An important post-production task is locating and managing your media clips and assets.Premiere Pro provides several search options to help find you media files easily even in complex projects, making you spend less time on searching and more time on editing.index 'test1': search error: failed to open /usr/local/sphinx/var/data/test1.sph: No such file or directory. local]# indexer -c /usr/local/etc/--all Sphinx 0.9.9-release (r2117) Copyright (c) 2001-2009, Andrew Aksyonoff using config file '/usr/local/etc/sphinx.conf'... FATAL: failed to open /var/data/test1.spl: No such file or directory, will not index. ------------------------------------------------------- [[email protected] local]# indexer --config /usr/local/etc/Sphinx 0.9.9-release (r2117) Copyright (c) 2001-2009, Andrew Aksyonoff using config file '/usr/local/etc/sphinx.conf'... my command is : /usr/local/sphinx/bin/search -c /usr/local/sphinx/etc/test And output is : Sphinx 1.10-beta (r2420) Copyright (c) 2001-2010, Andrew Aksyonoff Copyright (c) 2008-2010, Sphinx Technologies Inc ( using config file '/usr/local/sphinx/etc/sphinx.conf'...I have ran the indexer as u pointed out and this is the error i got. FATAL: failed to open /usr/local/sphinx/var/data/test1.spl: Permission denied, will not index. and when i tried the --rotate option this is the error i got ERROR: malformed or unknown option near '/usr/local/sphinx/etc/sphinx.conf'. total 0 reads, 0.000 sec, 0.0 kb/call avg, 0.0 msec/call avg total 0 writes, 0.000 sec, 0.0 kb/call avg, 0.0 msec/call avg ------------------------------------------------------- [[email protected] index 'rt': search error: failed to open /usr/local/sphinx/var/data/rt.sph: No such file or directory.Please review your tracker rules and etiquette, keep your community alive. You'll have to retrieve the cookie using your browser. Website: none NOTE: By default only verified releases will be shown, this can be changed in the KAT settings within Sonarr.

When you search for items in the Project Panel, you can associate a Search Bin with your search query.

The search results stay up to date with items that meet the search criteria.

Search in Timeline Timeline Search is an invaluable time saver that lets you manage complex Timelines more easily.

my-macbook-pro:etc my$ /usr/local/sphinx/bin/indexer Sphinx 0.9.8.1-release (r1533) Copyright (c) 2001-2008, Andrew Aksyonoff Usage: indexer [OPTIONS] [indexname1 [indexname2 [...] Options are: --config read configuration from specified file (default is sphinx.conf) --all reindex all configured indexes --quiet be quiet, only print errors --noprogress do not display progress (automatically on if output is not to a tty) --rotate send SIGHUP to searchd when indexing is over to rotate updated indexes automatically --buildstops filter 'dst-index' on merge, keep only those documents where 'attr' is between 'min' and 'max' (inclusive) Examples: indexer --quiet myidx1 reindex 'myidx1' defined in 'sphinx.conf' indexer --all reindex all indexes defined in 'sphinx.conf' my-macbook-pro:etc my$ /usr/local/sphinx/bin/search test Sphinx 0.9.8.1-release (r1533) Copyright (c) 2001-2008, Andrew Aksyonoff using config file './sphinx.conf'... Simply calling 'indexer' or 'indexer -c /path/to/sphinx.conf' won't be enough.

index 'test1': search error: failed to open /usr/local/sphinx/var/data/test1.sph: No such file or directory. You either have to use 'indexer -c /path/to/test1' or 'indexer -c /path/to/--all' Then you can use search.

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When you search for items in the Project Panel, you can associate a Search Bin with your search query.The search results stay up to date with items that meet the search criteria.Search in Timeline Timeline Search is an invaluable time saver that lets you manage complex Timelines more easily.my-macbook-pro:etc my$ /usr/local/sphinx/bin/indexer Sphinx 0.9.8.1-release (r1533) Copyright (c) 2001-2008, Andrew Aksyonoff Usage: indexer [OPTIONS] [indexname1 [indexname2 [...]]] Options are: --config read configuration from specified file (default is sphinx.conf) --all reindex all configured indexes --quiet be quiet, only print errors --noprogress do not display progress (automatically on if output is not to a tty) --rotate send SIGHUP to searchd when indexing is over to rotate updated indexes automatically --buildstops filter 'dst-index' on merge, keep only those documents where 'attr' is between 'min' and 'max' (inclusive) Examples: indexer --quiet myidx1 reindex 'myidx1' defined in 'sphinx.conf' indexer --all reindex all indexes defined in 'sphinx.conf' my-macbook-pro:etc my$ /usr/local/sphinx/bin/search test Sphinx 0.9.8.1-release (r1533) Copyright (c) 2001-2008, Andrew Aksyonoff using config file './sphinx.conf'... Simply calling 'indexer' or 'indexer -c /path/to/sphinx.conf' won't be enough.index 'test1': search error: failed to open /usr/local/sphinx/var/data/test1.sph: No such file or directory. You either have to use 'indexer -c /path/to/test1' or 'indexer -c /path/to/--all' Then you can use search.

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