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  1. AlbanV

    Emby in LXC or Emby in a VM ?

    Hi everyone I'm using emby for 3 years now and i'm getting a most powerful server now. I'm using proxmox and i need to set up my new emby server. LXC support is present on proxmox and i really like to use it, but i'm asking myself if it is a good idea. Have you tried emby in LXC with gpu passtrough ? Let me know
  2. I've been running Emby in a VM on Hyper-V for a couple of years now. Recently I've been trying to resolve some disk activity/latency issues that have been causing delays while loading and moving around in Emby from various clients. I think I've finally found my solution and wanted to share what I learned on the off chance it might help someone else. Long story short, move the cache/metadata/transcode-temp directory to a separate virtual hard disk (vhd). I noticed that when an Emby client would take a long time to load or start to timeout, disk activity on the server would jump noticeab
  3. Hi All, What does the following indicate? 2019-08-15 17:29:22.135 Error App: Error resolving path \\dondersteendc\Media_DSdcTiered\TV Series\TV Series - Ended\Avatar The Last Airbender\Season 02 *** Error Report *** Version: 4.2.1.0 Command line: C:\Shares\Emby190814\system\EmbyServer.dll -service Operating system: Microsoft Windows NT 6.2.9200.0 64-Bit OS: True 64-Bit Process: True User Interactive: True Runtime: file:///C:/Shares/Emby190814/system/System.Private.CoreLib.dll Processor count: 8 Program data path: C:\Shares\Emby190814\programdata Application di
  4. Note that there's a lot of steps to this, but individually none are particularly difficult... I'm not a linux or bsd expert by any means, in fact I'd consider myself a complete amateur. I just pieced this all together from guides I read online, none of this is really my own, I'm just compiling it all in one place. I'm a newb myself so I wrote this as newb-friendly as possible... not to insult anyone's intelligence, just to reach the largest audience possible. That said, docker for freenas has been getting a lot of attention since corral, and while I never migrated to corral, everyone se
  5. tymanthius

    Ideas on Emby VM's

    So I have emby running in an LXC container on proxmox. It has access to all 4 cores, which are single threaded (Quad core Intel Core i5-6600K). I'm not overclocked at all. I am begining to get enough simultaneous users that sometimes it has trouble. Rarely, and only w/ 4k content so far. But, I was wondering if it would be worth spinning up another VM for emby and see if that helps? I would think not, as it's the same physical CPU *UNLESS* splitting the cores, 2 per vm, would make it more efficient. But it's always good to ask around to see what people have tried/discovered.
  6. Cerothen

    Proxmox Vs Alternatives

    Good Afternoon All, I was cruising around the forums a few days ago such is my typical routine and under one of the threads (http://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/21328-cant-stop-my-addiction/) there was a comment as to using Proxmox to virtualize, naturally I instantly went to the web to investigate and its been taking my thoughts ever since. I have had some interest in virtualizing my home server to give me some additional options in terms of backups, isolation (security), OS specific software, and hardware mobility (migration). My current setup uses a box with just windows se
  7. Rowlett

    DLNA & Multiple LANs

    dunno if someone's already covered this but have a slight bug where it doesn't work if i've got multiple network connections enabled, i have VM installed and it's trying to use the VM connection instead of the Local LAN. disable the VM connection and it works :-) i.e. Server = 192.168.1.2 (all clients are on this LAN) VMNat = 192.168.200.121 (only server can see this scope) in the logs it's showing as sending the DLNA from http://192.168.200.121:port/etc but if i disabled VMNat it uses correct address?
  8. mboehler

    Recommended Setup for Live TV?

    Like a lot of others on here, I have some questions regarding setting Live TV. I currently have Windows Home Server 2011 running on a SUPERMICRO 1U 2x L5420 Xeon QC 2.5GHz with 8GB RAM and a 500GB HDD. I run MB3 Server and MCM on it server, and that's basically it. I also have a Synology NAS with 12 TB of storage in it. This is where all my media goes. Then I have 4 Zotac Z-Boxes connected to TVs that we watch all of our TV shows and Movies on via MB Classic. I want to set up Live TV but would like some advice about the best way to do it. Should I get another box, like a Zbox f
  9. gordonj

    Advice on optimum set up.

    I have a Windows Home Server (it is v1 so is 2003) which contains all my media (it's an acer easyStore). The minimum requirements for MB Server are Windows Server 2008. I decided to install a VM on the Home Server with Windows 2008. I only have a max of 2GB of Memory to play with so I am running MS Server with 3/4 GB. I might up it to 1GB (not sure if I can hurt the file serving?). It is functional and has allowed me to try out Media Browser 3. In the beginning I found that images would be very slow to load within Theatre and I am still seeing the odd blank page when I navigate
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