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  1. Hey guys, I was just trying out Emby to see if it fits my needs, one of the things that attracted me was the Live TV and being able to run IPTV on it. I run the emby docker in Unraid, so my experiences are in that. I got a warning my cache drive where app data is stored was gettin full so I was a bit shocked ( I normally use about 40gb out of 256gb) and I then realized Emby's /EmbyServer/cache/temp was taking up 140GB. Since the directory was owned by deamon:deamon I was not able to delete the temp files through network, so I had to SSH to do that. After testing I realized that the /temp folder started getting full again after adding a Live TV EPG XML file. I added the m3u file and nothing happened, but when I added the EPG via XML it started populating again, to the tune of 18GB on this EPG Refresh, I assume it was due to multiple refreshes without purging that it previously filled up so much in the past couple of hours. Not sure why it does that or how to prevent it either. Also if the folders could be owned by nobody:users like all other apps instead of deamon:deamon, it would also be easier to clean them off via network share, though obviously I would prefer it never blow up to that size honestly. Is there a way to prevent that? Anything I can provide to help diagnose or debug?
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