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  1. DaN

    Cache Clearing

    Sometime when Media Browser Server gets updated; a task called "Clearing Cache" is executed. Is there a way to execute that task manually? Regards, DaN
  2. Version 3.0.5306.42925 I had a couple of films that refused to fetch tmdb data. even went to the trouble of deleting them using the dashboard ui, and re-adding. They would identify (using manual option not automatic) , but would not fetch tmdb overview etc... i notices all-en.json was blank, unlike in the other ids (in \cache\tmdb-movies\id). by deleting the id folder (and the contained blank .json), a refresh on the objects would then work. dont know if its related.... but the two films that failed to id also showed ffprobe errors ( and continue to show this error) 2014
  3. Hello all. I am new to these forums but not to MB which I use the past 4 years. I recently upgraded and supported MB3. I use MB classic and server. I ran into a problem: No matter how much HDD space I have free, eventually it will get eaten up by MB server metadata downloads. Is there a way to configure MB in order for it to use up to a specified amount of HDD space? Thank you all in advance. dzoulias
  4. Hi, I'm using chocolate theme and I create mediainfo/chocolate directory to store own rating icons. This worked fine. Now I changed the look of the icons, but I still see the old once. I restarted MB server and also the computer, but I had no luck. Can sombody tell me where teh icons are cached that I can clear them? Thanks.
  5. scharbag

    Image cache cleanup

    I am running out of space due to metadata and i think i figured out why. Both metabrowser and media browser are downloading meta data for some titles. That means I have a few too many image files and they are clogging up my HTPC client SSDs. I would like to delete all of the jpg files from my NAS share, reprocess the images and then repopulate the media browser caches. Will that plan work to rebuild the image caches in both the classic and server directories? Cheers,
  6. ElLoboSolitario

    Media Browser Service Won't Refresh

    For some reason, Media Browser service will not refresh without me manually deleting the existing cache file. If it attempts to refresh as per automatic schedule, it just hangs and runs endlessly. Any ideas as to how to remedy this?
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