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TrueNAS: emby jail web interface not working after upgrade


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johnbajer

Hello, after update it will not work anymore. It does respond to ping, but will not work. I use Truenas 12.07 I have installed emby version 4.7.4.0

It says:

Unable to connect

Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at 192.168.1.100:8096.

    The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few moments.
    If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer’s network connection.
    If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make sure that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.

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Hi there, how did you install Emby Server?

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johnbajer

I have installed via Truenas Plugins.

 

12.3-RELEASE-p5

 

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johnbajer
Just now, johnbajer said:

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None of the emby listed work.

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OK please take a look at my comments here:

 

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Additionally it's possible you may be able to get your existing jail to work by enabling mlock on it.

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johnbajer

I do not get what to do. It is a clear bug. When will it be resolved?

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johnbajer

I have erased emby jail and install it back again. Also I installed emby-stable on another IP. None of them would work.

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Just now, johnbajer said:

I do not get what to do. It is a clear bug. When will it be resolved?

Hi, what i'm saying is that you installed a community package that wasn't put together by us, and therefore we may not have all of the answers about how to troubleshoot it. For the best results possible, the best thing to do is follow our official install instructions:

https://emby.media/truenas-server.html

 

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The reason why this matters is because that community package is missing components that our official install process has.

Having said that, you might be able to get the existing jail to work again by enabling mlock using this procedure here: 

 

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do you know when the missing components will be included on the community version?

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1 minute ago, johnbajer said:

do you know when the missing components will be included on the community version?

I'm actually working on putting together a pull request to submit them to their github repository. After that it's a question of whether they will accept them or not, and how long they will take to incorporate them. The last time I submitted something to them to try and improve the community package it took them a few weeks before they finally merged it in.

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I did SSH as root to my server

then iocage set allow_mlock=1 emby

as emby is the name of my jail.

restarted

it is still not working

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Is any emby server log file generated?

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NachoMan77
On 6/30/2022 at 12:04 AM, Luke said:

Is any emby server log file generated?

Hi Luke, I'm having the same problem.

Here's my log file. Thanks!

embyserver.txt

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I've submitted a pull request that should correct this: https://github.com/freenas/iocage-plugin-emby/pull/7

Now we just have to wait and see if the maintainers of the Emby TrueNAS plugin will merge it in and publish an update. In the meantime you could install Emby Server by manually installing our package using the instructions here:  

https://emby.media/truenas-server.html

This is put together by us and will work. Please let us know if this helps. Thanks.

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NachoMan77
1 hour ago, Luke said:

I've submitted a pull request that should correct this: https://github.com/freenas/iocage-plugin-emby/pull/7

Now we just have to wait and see if the maintainers of the Emby TrueNAS plugin will merge it in and publish an update. In the meantime you could install Emby Server by manually installing our package using the instructions here:  

https://emby.media/truenas-server.html

This is put together by us and will work. Please let us know if this helps. Thanks.

Thanks! Do you have a direct link for the correct  overlay/usr/local/etc/rc.d/emby-server file? I'd prefer to replace the offending file in the meantime instead of dealing with reinstalling the offiicial package.

 

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damaddbomma

Luke,

On the instructions to install it ... do we do that from the main shell or a shell within a jail?

Also, the link to adding storage to Emby server is returning a 404

 

Thanks!

 

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17 minutes ago, damaddbomma said:

Luke,

On the instructions to install it ... do we do that from the main shell or a shell within a jail?

Also, the link to adding storage to Emby server is returning a 404

 

Thanks!

 

Hi, what link exactly do you mean?

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damaddbomma

Luke, 

You had given a link on how to install directly instead of using the community version.  On that page is a link on how to add storage to the jail. 

That link is broken... Probably because it is pointing to version 11 of the Freenas manual. 

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Hi, I would take a look at the manual/documentation here for working with storage pools and expanding storage.

https://www.truenas.com/docs/core/coretutorials/jailspluginsvms/jails/settingupjailstorage/
Typically you don't want to store your data inside the container but outside on a ZFS vdev.  This allows you to install a newer jail quite easily.

Are you running ZFS?

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