[digiKam-users] Scanning 200, 000 photos. Digikam, mysql and NAS

woenx marcpalaus at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 5 12:57:55 GMT 2018

PackElend wrote
> woenx wrote
>>> The only workaround by now, is frequently backing up your digikam
>>> database,
>>> so if it "empties" again, you can just recover it faster.
>> Yes, I do that too :)
> good that you solved it but it isn't an ideal solution.
> Let's hope that digikam comes with an dialogue to relocate missing files 
> before deleting them from the database

Well, another option that was suggested in the bug report was to create a
linux virtual machine and run digikam within that virtual machine, but I
think that's overkill...

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