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Maximus Naxsus
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Maximus Naxsus
Hi All,

 

What does the following indicate?

 



2019-08-15 17:29:22.135 Error App: Error resolving path \\dondersteendc\Media_DSdcTiered\TV Series\TV Series - Ended\Avatar The Last Airbender\Season 02
*** Error Report ***
Version: 4.2.1.0
Command line: C:\Shares\Emby190814\system\EmbyServer.dll -service
Operating system: Microsoft Windows NT 6.2.9200.0
64-Bit OS: True
64-Bit Process: True
User Interactive: True
Runtime: file:///C:/Shares/Emby190814/system/System.Private.CoreLib.dll
Processor count: 8
Program data path: C:\Shares\Emby190814\programdata
Application directory: C:\Shares\Emby190814\system
System.IO.IOException: System.IO.IOException: An unexpected network error occurred : '\\dondersteendc\Media_DSdcTiered\TV Series\TV Series - Ended\Avatar The Last Airbender\Season 02'
at System.IO.Enumeration.FileSystemEnumerator`1.GetData()
at System.IO.Enumeration.FileSystemEnumerator`1.FindNextEntry()
at System.IO.Enumeration.FileSystemEnumerator`1.MoveNext()
at System.Linq.Enumerable.SelectEnumerableIterator`2.ToArray()
at System.Linq.Enumerable.ToArray[TSource](IEnumerable`1 source)
at MediaBrowser.Controller.Providers.DirectoryService.GetFileSystemEntries(String path)
at MediaBrowser.Controller.IO.FileData.GetFilteredFileSystemEntries(IDirectoryService directoryService, String path, IFileSystem fileSystem, IServerApplicationHost appHost, ILogger logger, ItemResolveArgs args, Int32 flattenFolderDepth, Boolean resolveShortcuts)
at Emby.Server.Implementations.Library.LibraryManager.ResolvePath(FileSystemMetadata fileInfo, IDirectoryService directoryService, IItemResolver[] resolvers, Folder parent, LibraryOptions libraryOptions)
at Emby.Server.Implementations.Library.LibraryManager.ResolveFileList(List`1 fileList, IDirectoryService directoryService, Folder parent, IItemResolver[] resolvers, LibraryOptions libraryOptions)
Source: System.IO.FileSystem
TargetSite: Boolean GetData()


 

 

I’m working on a VM with Emby and I'm currently in the testing phase.

Most of it working well except that Emby seems to get stuck scanning a certain directory. As far as I can understand it must be folder permission related.

 

Running the latest version

 

What do you think?

 

More info on request and thank for any help or suggestions,

Peran

 

 

embyserver.txt

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that means an unexpected network error occurred when trying to get the list of files within that network folder. sounds like you have a network problem to look at.

 

that being said, the scan is most likely not stuck. Most likely you just need to be patient and allow it to finish.

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that means an unexpected network error occurred when trying to get the list of files within that network folder. sounds like you have a network problem to look at.

 

that being said, the scan is most likely not stuck. Most likely you just need to be patient and allow it to finish.

 

Network issue: what would be your first step to tackle this?

 

More patients, check.

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Unfortunately I don't know because the error doesn't provide much information. I would make sure you can access that path through windows explorer. You may also want to reboot both the server machine and the machine holding the media.

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Unfortunately I don't know because the error doesn't provide much information. I would make sure you can access that path through windows explorer. You may also want to reboot both the server machine and the machine holding the media.

 

Done before posting :-)

 

Could the 'enable debug logging' check box help?

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Yes potentially. Make sure to restart the server after that.

 

I will use the patience method first and then try the debug option.

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Maximus Naxsus
Changing the Jumbo Packet settings of the vNIC to 4088 (from 9014) seem to fixed it >.<

Any ideas on what’s going on are very much apricated!
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pir8radio

 

Changing the Jumbo Packet settings of the vNIC to 4088 (from 9014) seem to fixed it >.<
Any ideas on what’s going on are very much apricated!

 

 

Jumbo packets are kind of old news...   Your nic, managed switch, and client all need to support JP for it to work, doesnt do anything for the internet. And there really isn't much use for it now-a-days.   I mean I have two 1gbps internet connections with an MTU of 1500 on both and the overhead isnt even really noticeable. I hit pretty close to theoretical at about 1.7gbps.

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I wouldn't worry to much about Jumbo Frames. 

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Jumbo packets are very useful on my 10G network :)

 

meh.....   :)    The CPU's in the nics, switches and end devices today can deal with the increased rx/tx packets of smaller MTU's    The olden days the nic CPU used to max out.   

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