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  1. Hi there everyone, I found a relatively older thread in this forum about this problem related to some Synology issue. I did a fresh install of the latest version today and it doesn't seem to detect changes. I have 10 movies and 4 series quite a small library. I added a new episode and a new movie. Not that much of a deal but I'd like to know if it's still an issue or if other people are experiencing the same. Cheers.
  2. simonleungs

    Library can’t update when media added

    Hi All, I am running version on my synology DS218+. My current workflow as below: Radarr seek for movie -> sabnzbd / qbittorrent download movie -> radarr renamed movie and move to my library -> emby scan and update My file structure of my library as below: /movies /movie tile(year) /movie title (year) Bluray-1080p Proper DTS x264 The trouble was emby library scanner can’t recognize the files downloaded with nzb, but good with files downloaded with torrent. Anyone can help with this? Thank you so much.
  3. Exist2Resist

    Docker image of Emby stopped adding movies.

    Recently my Emby server stopped adding Movies to the library. Server version Version Realtime Monitoring is enabled for both Movies and TV folder. TV shows are being added to the library and Movies are not. Just added a new show to the library and it added it and scanned for the new folder. Movies are not being added at all however. This started to happen at the beginning of February. Didn't notice till this week, I use Emby sparingly so it took a bit to notice. A manual library scan does not add the movies either. Using Sonarr and Radarr respectively. I checked t
  4. Guest

    Real Time Monitoring BASH Script

    I've modified a bash file monitoring script that I found here to update the library when a file changes in the given directory. So the script sends a curl request to update the Emby library when detects a change in any file inside the given path, it also works with files inside sub-directories. Thanks also to this post for the curl request. You just have to change de path and add your Emby API key to the curl link. The script runs every minute but this can be changed in the end where the sleep command is. To run it in the background you just have to execute the command: nohup /root/watch
  5. ubelong2matt

    Pulseway + Emby Server Service Monitoring

    I have been using Pulseway for all of my servers and my computers for a while. If you're familiar with it then check it out as it's a very good program for monitoring and manipulating your computers/servers from anywhere. It has the ability to monitor services such as SSH, FTP, etc. The issue is that I'm not terribly strong with Linux (Ubuntu Server 14.04) and knowing boot types and all that jive is something I've read about but I'm not easily able to identify based on service information. Here's the sample config file that they provide for Linux. The specific section is regarding service
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