I'm not quite sure how to explain this properly, but I just finished watching A Series Of Unfortunate Events, so I decided to remove the series via Sonarr, which should eventually trigger Emby to update too after a few minutes. I did and I checked (it was removed), but Emby did not send a trigger to my Kodi (running on Shield) systems. I've waited about 10 minutes and ran 'Scan media library' too. It didn't trigger. It was only until after I restarted Emby Server that it was finally removed from Kodi's library.
I don't have evidence at the moment but I've noticed this behavior (items that were deleted not being deleted) happen several times during the past week, as if Emby loses connection with the server during the day somehow (which in reality it doesn't and shouldn't).
However, thus far if I remove items via the Emby web interface they DO get removed from Kodi. If it always happens I'm not sure of though, but I should be able to find out in a day or two.
It probably doesn't help but I've included the Emby Server log anyway.
Edit: it can't be the Kodi Companion plug-in since I rebuilt my library this afternoon (or is it still bugged maybe?).
Edit 2: removed two things again and neither were deleted. This time I deleted it from the Emby web interface (which deletes it), but it remains in Kodi. Waited 60+ minutes.
Edit 3: 'Scan media library' does run every 9 seconds. Removing the rule and re-adding it (every 15 minutes) doesn't help. Guess this was a setting of Auto Organize that triggered it.
Edit 4: Deleted an episode through the web interface again and it was removed, but the two seasons (Specials in this case) are still not removed. I removed these completely. Guess it's linked to entire seasons? The past deletions also were related to entire season(s) (folders).
Edited by markdj, 09 January 2019 - 02:58 PM.