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  1. HI everyone! I am trying to add my anonymous smb share to the Emby Server running on Shield TV. The path to the folder I want to use is: /Public/Shared Videos/4K and the server address is 192.168.1.10 I have set it up like this: The scan ran but did not pick up anything (that solder is packed with content correctly named). I checked the logs and see a bunch of issues: 2019-03-06 15:21:02.120 Error BaseItem: Error refreshing owned items for smb://192.168.1.10 *** Error Report *** Version: 4.0.2.0 Command line: /data/app/com.emby.embyserver-l143CMqG6u2I4RXagdPVdg==/base.apk Operating system: Unix 4.9.109.2 64-Bit OS: True 64-Bit Process: True User Interactive: False Processor count: 4 Program data path: /storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.emby.embyserver/files Application directory: /data/user/0/com.emby.embyserver Mono: 5.14.0 (explicit/000780ca82c) Android Version: 8.0.0-REL - SDK: 26 'O' Patch Level: 3664093_1378.1894 (2018-11-05) Fingerprint: NVIDIA/darcy/darcy:8.0.0/OPR6.170623.010/3664093_1378.1894:user/release-keys Model: SHIELD Android TV - NVIDIA/NVIDIA Hardware: darcy/darcy/darcy/unknown SupportedAbis: arm64-v8a, armeabi-v7a, armeabi SharpCifs.Smb.SmbException: SharpCifs.Smb.SmbException: Failed to connect: 0.0.0.0<00>/192.168.1.10 at SharpCifs.Smb.SmbFile.DoShareEnum (System.Collections.Generic.List`1[T] list, System.Boolean files, System.String wildcard, System.Int32 searchAttributes, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFilenameFilter fnf, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFileFilter ff) [0x00194] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at SharpCifs.Smb.SmbFile.DoEnum (System.Collections.Generic.List`1[T] list, System.Boolean files, System.String wildcard, System.Int32 searchAttributes, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFilenameFilter fnf, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFileFilter ff) [0x00072] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at SharpCifs.Smb.SmbFile.ListFiles (System.String wildcard, System.Int32 searchAttributes, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFilenameFilter fnf, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFileFilter ff) [0x00006] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at SharpCifs.Smb.SmbFile.ListFiles () [0x00000] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at Emby.Server.Implementations.IO.SharpCifsFileSystem.ListFiles (SharpCifs.Smb.SmbFile dir, System.Boolean recursive) [0x00000] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at Emby.Server.Implementations.IO.SharpCifsFileSystem.GetFileSystemEntries (System.String path, System.Boolean recursive) [0x00010] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at Emby.Server.Implementations.IO.ManagedFileSystem.GetFileSystemEntries (System.String path, System.Boolean recursive) [0x0000e] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at MediaBrowser.Controller.Providers.DirectoryService.GetFileSystemEntries (System.String path) [0x00010] in <cfccc33decfd40b28d2cdd95a15fa857>:0 at MediaBrowser.Controller.Entities.BaseItem.GetFileSystemChildren (MediaBrowser.Controller.Providers.IDirectoryService directoryService) [0x00007] in <cfccc33decfd40b28d2cdd95a15fa857>:0 at MediaBrowser.Controller.Entities.BaseItem+<RefreshMetadata>d__375.MoveNext () [0x0004f] in <cfccc33decfd40b28d2cdd95a15fa857>:0 SharpCifs.Util.Transport.TransportException: I/O error occurred. at SharpCifs.Util.Transport.Transport.Connect (System.Int64 timeout) [0x001c2] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at SharpCifs.Smb.SmbTransport.Connect () [0x00006] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 SharpCifs.Util.Transport.TransportException: Connection timeout at SharpCifs.Util.Transport.Transport.Connect (System.Int64 timeout) [0x0012d] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 Source: Emby.Server.Implementations TargetSite: Void DoShareEnum(System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.Object], Boolean, System.String, Int32, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFilenameFilter, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFileFilter) at SharpCifs.Smb.SmbFile.DoShareEnum (System.Collections.Generic.List`1[T] list, System.Boolean files, System.String wildcard, System.Int32 searchAttributes, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFilenameFilter fnf, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFileFilter ff) [0x00194] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at SharpCifs.Smb.SmbFile.DoEnum (System.Collections.Generic.List`1[T] list, System.Boolean files, System.String wildcard, System.Int32 searchAttributes, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFilenameFilter fnf, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFileFilter ff) [0x00072] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at SharpCifs.Smb.SmbFile.ListFiles (System.String wildcard, System.Int32 searchAttributes, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFilenameFilter fnf, SharpCifs.Smb.ISmbFileFilter ff) [0x00006] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at SharpCifs.Smb.SmbFile.ListFiles () [0x00000] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at Emby.Server.Implementations.IO.SharpCifsFileSystem.ListFiles (SharpCifs.Smb.SmbFile dir, System.Boolean recursive) [0x00000] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at Emby.Server.Implementations.IO.SharpCifsFileSystem.GetFileSystemEntries (System.String path, System.Boolean recursive) [0x00010] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at Emby.Server.Implementations.IO.ManagedFileSystem.GetFileSystemEntries (System.String path, System.Boolean recursive) [0x0000e] in <5837600bbe23491d837720283845e3f2>:0 at MediaBrowser.Controller.Providers.DirectoryService.GetFileSystemEntries (System.String path) [0x00010] in <cfccc33decfd40b28d2cdd95a15fa857>:0 at MediaBrowser.Controller.Entities.BaseItem.GetFileSystemChildren (MediaBrowser.Controller.Providers.IDirectoryService directoryService) [0x00007] in <cfccc33decfd40b28d2cdd95a15fa857>:0 at MediaBrowser.Controller.Entities.BaseItem+<RefreshMetadata>d__375.MoveNext () [0x0004f] in <cfccc33decfd40b28d2cdd95a15fa857>:0 2019-03-06 15:21:11.922 Info HttpServer: HTTP GET http://192.168.1.182:8096/emby/System/Logs/Log?name=embyserver.txt. UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_14_3) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/72.0.3626.119 Safari/537.36 Could you please check and let me know what I am doing wrong? Thanks Gilson
  2. Hello, I'm not sure if i've missed something but I've been struggling with this and cannot get anywhere! I have 2x NAS devices that store all my media - lets call them NAS1 and NAS2. I've installed MB Server on OSX, and all seems to be working ok on the server operation. I couldn't load the NASes into the library either with the 'network' search or with directly typing in the NAS network locations - so I mounted these smb shares to /mnt, and could then add those local mount points to the library locally from these loactions: ie for my TV Series: /mnt/NAS1/Video/Series and /mnt/NAS2/Video/Series. Now this is where I found some really helpful information on this forum that I could use the path substitution so that the clients (I have loaded MB Theatre on a Win7 PC) would load the media file directly from the NAS rather than streaming or transcoding through the MB server (on OSX). So I set up 2 path substitutions: ie: /mnt/NAS1/Video \\NAS1\Video /mnt/NAS2/Video \\NAS2\Video So - this is where I am stuck. I can see all the media in the library on MB Theatre on the Windows 7 PC. However when looking in the Client logs to confirm the path substitutions is working rather than streaming/transcoding from the OSX MB Server I notice this: When I have the path substitutions set to: /mnt/NAS1/Video \\NAS1\Video /mnt/NAS2/Video \\NAS2\Video Anything from NAS1 is using path substitutions and coming direct from NAS1 correctly as I would expect - but any media on NAS2 is being streamed or transcoded from the OSX machine. If I have it set in path substitutions in this order: /mnt/NAS2/Video \\NAS2\Video /mnt/NAS1/Video \\NAS1\Video Anything from NAS2 is using path substitutions and coming direct from NAS2 - but any media on NAS1 is now being streamed or transcoded from the OSX machine. How do I get both path substitutions working so the client can get the files directly from both the NASes - or is this function with multiple path substitutions on OSX for the MB server not working? Many thanks in advance!
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