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  1. When scanning my library to Emby, and the server calls ffprobe to analyze the files, it seems to occasionally hang at this step, resulting in main@htpc:~/.emby-server/logs$ ps -efj | grep ffprobe main 16995 17978 16994 17978 0 11:48 pts/0 00:00:00 grep ffprobe main 26502 20731 20731 20731 0 11:22 ? 00:00:00 /home/main/.emby-server/ffmpeg/20150917/ffprobe -i file:/media/Media2/Music/Roger Waters/Ca Ira/01-06 Act 1_ Scene 2_ Honest Bird, Simple Bird.flac -threads 0 -v info -print_format json -show_streams -show_format running forever at 0% CPU load. The library scan gets stuck there. Any ideas where this might come from?
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