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  1. frandan

    How to Recover Movies list

    Good morning, first of all best compliments for your fantastic software. I had a hard disk failure. In this disk i had part of my movies collection that i had previously backuped on another disk. There is a way to recover the movies list that was recognized by emby? So i could rebuild my movie library at the same state before disk failure. At this moment Emby runs correctly on another disk and it never stopped working I tried with local.db but i couldn't find the complete movies list Thanks in advance
  2. crashkelly

    OT: Disaster Recovery options

    Hi, So about a week ago I had a 2TB drive fail on me and all attempts to recover either the drive or the data were not successful. Thankfully out of all the drives I store media on it was probably the least important as it was 2D rips of a bunch of my 3D movies so they are recoverable, but it will still be a bit of work. After giving up on the drive I did start seriously thinking about the condition of my other drives so I ran a check using Crystal Disk Info only to find that 3 of the 12 drives I have remaining have issues and Crystal Disk Info flags them with the big yellow "Caution" flag. At that point I decided I have ignored any sort of disaster recovery plan for far too long. My storage setup is comprised of 2 Mediasonic ProBox H82-SU3S2 8 Bay External Hard Drive Enclosures that are attached via USB3.0 to a Windows 8.1 rig. Currently I have 4 2TB drives (Green) and 8 3TB Drives and 1 6TB drive that is on the way to me as I write this. Of the 29TB of real storage that I have I would say I am at about 80% used, it is all movies and TV shows. With that percent of used space I am really on the side of a solution that I can add non-empty disk to to save me trying to move data around for days, or more, to get free drives to keep adding to an expanding storage pool. I did look at Windows Storage Spaces, but besides the fact it has to format your drives the user comments I was reading were about 50/50 on the bad and good. I have been reading a bit on DriveBender and StableBit DrivePool. A few years ago I had tried FlexRAID but found quite soon in that, while it was great for pooling, the "backup" processes that would occur overnight were not even getting close to complete before the morning. Did post that on the FlexRAID forums and it was attributed to the drives being in external USB enclosures. I am not looking to replicate the media, mirroring, but rather something along the lines of using parity drives and at least right now, a Windows solution. Would be appreciative of insight from the MB masses on what they are doing\using to protect against the unavoidable drive death. Thanks much CrashKelly
  3. I just tried to update Media Browser Server, and in the act of doing so, I must have inadvertently not upgraded correctly as I have lost everything and am dealing with a free installation. So my first question is it possible to find and reload the prior settings? And secondly, it is possible to add a warning to prevent it from happening. ------------------------- My setup consists of running MB Server as a Windows Service on Windows Server 2013 in a virtualized setting. I was trying to install MB Theater on an old laptop I am trying to repurpose as a secondary HTPC. When I installed it I was prompted to upgrade MB Server, so rather than going back to my server, I just remoted in from my laptop and logged in as my own admin login, which is different than the login I normally use for that server. I also was rushed so rather than waiting for the update process, I just downloaded the new version and installed it. Once it was installed was when I realized I had lost all of my prior setting. Obviously this is my own doing (at least I think it was my fault) since I didn't follow the normal procedure, I didn't expect it to be so easy to completely blow out the previous settings.
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