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  1. Hey there, ... my EMBY Server does not come back online. It switches the PID constantly around every 1 second. ( This console output was made in less then 10 seconds ) root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 31478 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 31537 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 31537 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 31602 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 31602 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 31602 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 31674 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 31730 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 31730 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 31795 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 3637 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server stop emby-server stop/waiting root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server start emby-server start/running, process 3861 root@emby:~# sudo service emby-server status emby-server start/running, process 4067 root@emby:~# That is so strange... can anybody tell me what is happening here? greetz Soki
  2. Hello all! Posting to see if any have had similar issues and know how to solve them: The first issue I have had is that the display of subtitles always lags behind (about 3 seconds at times) to the point where entire sections will be skipped. To give a little background.. The device(s) playing the files are always Web browsers (mainly Chrome). Almost all of this media is in the form of MKV files with the subtitles embedded/attached as ASS format. The Mediabrowser server is an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS system, with the Mediabrowser version being 3.0.5518.7 (have tried with fresh install a few times and I still get these issues). I've played these same files using other media delivery platforms (Plex etc.) and the subtitles showed up just fine and with the correct timing, so I am positive that the files themselves are not corrupt/incomplete/incorrect (or, rather, that there must be a way to read them in the way I'm trying to). Attached are the logs that were generated by starting up the server and then playing part of one of the files in question, where the subtitles were significantly lagged behind the video and skipping sections.. The second issue I am getting, is that I seem to be running into some issues with the process itself hanging, crashing, etc. in Ubuntu. The Web UI will work perfectly fine for as long as I personally keep the server up, however, after about a day or so of the server running fine [except for the subtitles thing noted above], it will only return black screens in playback and upon attempts at playback will eventually freeze up in whatever browser is playing files, requiring a server restart (and sometimes even two, where the server becomes unresponsive after the first few seconds and requires another restart before it will function "normally" again). Situations where a second server restart is required often involve me getting something like "Removing stale /var/run/mediabrowser.pid * MediaBrowserServer: not running" in the terminal, even though that second restart actually will get the server going again. These restarts are all done under the sudo service mediabrowser restart command. I'll keep an eye out for some logs that are created around when that specific issue occurs, but until then I was curious if anyone was having what sounded like similar issues that they were able to solve. For the record, I also tried grabbing my own install of ffmpeg, linking it, and seeing if that helped. While the link functioned fine that didn't seem to solve these particular issues (subtitles and process hanging). logs.zip
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