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  1. davidftwld

    Emby doesn't detects hard drive

    Hi! I've recently installed Emby on Linux Mint Ulyana (Cinnamon), and there is an issue that i need to resolve. I have all my media (Series & Movies) in an intern secondary hard drive. This hard drive is mounted on /media/user/Multimedia. The problem is that when I try to add a library on Emby, pointing where the hard drive is mounted, it sais "The path could not be found. Please ensure the path is valid and try again." I tried changing all permissions but nothing happened. I also tried to give the emby user the ownership, but it stills not detecting it. I wait you can help me and thanks in advance. Here are some screenshots, if they can help you: -https://imgur.com/qM1nmHz -https://imgur.com/lvQABZq -https://imgur.com/27ACbQ8 (Sorry if my English is not very good, I'm spanish so english is not my first language!)
  2. Relatively straightforward question, but I wasn't sure if I should leave a certain percent or amount of space empty on each hard drive for Emby? Of my first 8TB (7.27TB usable) external, I'm coming close to filling it up. I have a little less than 1TB of space left, but I feel like I will be able to fill that up in the next few days. For general hard drive use, I have read I should keep at minimum 5% empty (so about 360GB in my situation).
  3. Seem a bit confused with my new server, previous one was ReadyNAS NV+, which was easy to set-up. Just got myself a QNAP TS-451+. Disk 1(which is ssd), that will contain the QNAP OS, Emby, and some other apps. Disk 2 will be for TV Disk 3 for Movies Disk 4 for everything else I want to use maximum storage space, no redundancy (everything is backup up to external hard drives). If for example, the tv Hard drive fails, I want to be able to take it out, put a new hard drive it, and restore from my backup. At the moment, I only have the 2 hard drives (3rd one coming tomorrow) Under storage space, it says static single volumes, and then lists my HD's, but if I select manage, it mentions raid group 1 Is this set up correctly, for what I want? If not, how should I be setting it up (step-by-step guide, if possible) Thanks for your help
  4. Hi, I'm new to using Drive Bender, but really liking it so far. One thing that seems handy on it is the fact it's combined with HD Sentinel now, so I've got HDD monitoring. I've just noticed today that the smart monitoring is saying that the drive status of one of my HDD's is "Bad" but I don't really see anything else on there that lets me know why it's "bad". I haven't had any problems with it or anything, I'd just like to know why it would get this reading. It's the oldest drive that I own, so I'm sure it's only a matter of time before I lose it, but I was just wondering if based on the information provided, if anyone else could tell me why I would get this message in Drive Bender: Thanks, Patrick
  5. For a while now I have been using Acronis Drive Monitor and so far it has performed well especially for being free. It lets me know when one of my drives has reached a certain temperature threshold or some other critical event has occured. I have been looking around for alternatives just to see if there is anything more reliable/better out there because with drives holding all my media I would rather take all the extra precautions possible and prefer the best as I am sure most of you will agree. These are what I found so far. What disk monitor software do you guys use if any? Acronis Drive Monitor CrystaDiskInfo HDD Guardian HDD Health HDDExpert
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