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  1. death_hawk

    EPG update via CLI

    Is there a way to force an EPG update via command line? I'm currently doing a workaround right now where I'm externally downloading an XML file and would optimally like to script in a way for emby to refresh the EPG.
  2. Since 3.1 (I think), whenever I restart emby-server using the command /etc/init.d/emby-server restart or service emby-server restart (or with start instead of restart) it starts spewing out log information on what appears to be stdout. Has anyone else had this issue? Also, it doesn't seem that triggering a restart from the management page works - it kills emby-server, but I have to manually start it (which is why I noticed this problem in the first place).
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