Ran into an issue, and hoping someone can either point me to an existing solution or help me solve the issue.
My Emby Server runs on it's own system in command line Ubuntu Server.
Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS
All my media is on a different server that Emby has Read/Write access to.
Not a Linux expert and have to look most Linux things up, using Linux to force myself to learn it better.
I recently ran into the issue of the Emby root drive filling up due to metadata. I had started with not having all of the libraries set to download the metadata to the media folders but went back and checked that box. They continued to not save in the media folders but I didn't have any issues so thought nothing of it. About a week or two ago I kept getting errors and could not log into the Web side. Turns out the root folder on my Emby server has filled up. So I deleted all the metadata on the Emby server. Still didn't save correctly so I deleted my libraries and recreated them with the save metadata to the media folder checked. That seemed to work, the metadata is now being saved to the media folders. I just noticed though that when I add new media, the metadata is not saved to the media folders. I also noticed that all the JPG, NFO, and SRT files in my media folders are 0 KB and unable to open to anything. My Emby server root folder hasn't filled up like it did before. Is there another setting that I'm missing?