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Filter Failed issueon: January 11, 2021 at 4:59 pm
Is it possible you could be running out of disk space during printing?
MartinRe: Digital Asset ManagementReply #1 on: December 1, 2020 at 12:10 pm
It is unfortunate that the Capture One people can’t seem to get a reliable and performant DAM working in Capture One. They use an SQLite database under the hood, just like Lightroom (at least to v6 when I last checked), but for some reason still end up doing tons of file scans which take lots of time, especially on a NAS connected system with more than a couple of hundred images in a folder. I first reported it in Capture One 10, but it seems adding minor UI tweaks is more profitable.
Their image processing pipeline is great, but the catalog part is terrible.
MartinRe: Filter Failed issueReply #2 on: October 29, 2020 at 8:27 am
I looked through your last log file but didn’t see anything different. It has logged the activities you did through the web interface but otherwise nothing sticks out.
I’m running Catalina so perhaps the CUPS administration page has changed somewhat. You can set debugging from the command line using:
Note: This will produce very detailed and large log files so you want to minimize the print requests to just one that fails. To turn debug logging off again:
I notice you have your printers connected by USB. Have you tried connecting the P5000 via its network connection? It shouldn’t make any difference, but you never know….
MartinRe: Filter Failed issueReply #3 on: October 28, 2020 at 2:40 pm
If you use the web interface to CUPS and click on Administration you’ll see “Save debugging information for troubleshooting” on the right side under “Server, Server Settings”. It may already be enabled for you as you seem to have some debugging information in your error_log file.
To print a test page, click on the “Printers” tab and then select the printer you’re interested in. One of the options under “Maintenance” is “Print Test Page”. You can also “Pause/Resume” printer from there.
MartinRe: Filter Failed issueReply #4 on: October 28, 2020 at 11:01 am
Did you clear some disk space? What does lpstat -t say now?