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ITGuy1024
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Hey all,

Having some issues getting the mount points working for FreeNAS Emby plugin.

Source: /mnt/PoolA/DataA/Media/Movies

Destination: /mnt/PoolA/iocage/jails/Emby/root/mnt/movies

 

Trying to use either of those for the Emby library I get this message: The path could not be found. Please ensure the path is valid and try again.

 

I have a user called emby with full control of /mnt/ but it doesn't seem like it's pushing down that way.

 

TIA

 

emby permissions.JPG

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Luke

@MRobi

@makarai

may have some tips on this.

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adrianwi

In emby when you create the library, are you using /mnt/movies as the path?

 

 

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ITGuy1024
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3 hours ago, adrianwi said:

In emby when you create the library, are you using /mnt/movies as the path?

 

 

I was trying to use these

/mnt/PoolA/DataA/Media/Movies

/mnt/PoolA/iocage/jails/Emby/root/mnt/movies

I forgot to mention that in the Emby GUI when I try to browse (where it starts with \) I can browse to mnt but nothing displays in there.

/mnt/movies does the same thing

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ITGuy1024
Posted (edited)

This appears to be a permission issue / bug.

In the Storage pool I went into the ACL permissions and selected "Apply permissions recursively".

It should do this automatically.

After I checked that the mount worked. 

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Luke

Thanks for the feedback !

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MRobi

@Luke You should sticky the thread with the guide for how to set permissions on FreeNAS 11.3+, it would help on a lot of these issues.

@ITGuy1024 Just for future troubleshooting reference, in your screenshot you posted you can see the files permissions. rwx------ means the file owner has read, write, execute permissions, but group or other have none. If you opened all permissions and you rerun that command you'll probably now see something like rwxrwxrwx  

 

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Luke

Will do, thanks !

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