Help: MultiMedia Management Issue

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Mirakoolz
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Help: MultiMedia Management Issue

Postby Mirakoolz » Sun Jul 23, 2017 11:51 pm

Hi

im encountering numerous issues with the Multimedia Management Settings Window

- cannot migrate to a different volume. Error thrown;
[Media Library] migratedb failed: ModifyXmlMetadataPath failed.
Current volume and intended volume are both Thin provisioned, if this matters
App is currently installed on a Thin Volume

- cannot add new folders to the library. these folders disappear when clicking apply

- media streaming app failed to install - but eventually got it installed with persistence

i should mention that it was working properly until i cleared all volumes (but left the storage pool intact) due to a separate problem
QNAP TS-853-Pro 16GB
8x 3TB WD Red
RAID 6 - 1 Storage Pool
QTS 4.3.3

FlyingDuck
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Re: Help: MultiMedia Management Issue

Postby FlyingDuck » Fri Sep 28, 2018 8:28 pm

Hi,

I am also having problems when trying to migrate the media library to a different volume:

Error: [Media Library] migratedb failed: ModifyXmlMetadataPath failed

I would be very happy for some advice.

Maddin2
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Re: Help: MultiMedia Management Issue

Postby Maddin2 » Sun Sep 30, 2018 6:24 am

Same here...
- no migration possible
- no adding of multimedia folders
Any hints please?

Modellbezeichnung TS-453Be
CPU Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU J3455 @ 1.50GHz (4 Kerne)
Gesamtspeicher 8 GB (7.69 GB nutzbar)
Dualkanal unterstützt NIC_VIEW_YES
Speichersteckplätze 2 (4 GB / 4 GB)
Firmware-Version 4.3.4.0695 Build 20180830

Maddin2
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Re: Help: MultiMedia Management Issue

Postby Maddin2 » Sun Sep 30, 2018 8:00 am

This solved it for me:
- Uninstall Photo, Music, Video station
- Then reinstall
- Disable Multimediafunction in Control Panel -> General Settings
- Apply (wait...)
- Enable Multimediafunction again
- Apply (wait...)

nicebeard
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Re: Help: MultiMedia Management Issue

Postby nicebeard » Mon Oct 01, 2018 6:29 pm

Just disabling and re-enabling solved the problem

FlyingDuck
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Re: Help: MultiMedia Management Issue

Postby FlyingDuck » Fri Oct 05, 2018 2:29 am

nicebeard wrote:Just disabling and re-enabling solved the problem


Unfortunately did not work for me.

FlyingDuck
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Re: Help: MultiMedia Management Issue

Postby FlyingDuck » Fri Oct 05, 2018 2:31 am

Maddin2 wrote:This solved it for me:
- Uninstall Photo, Music, Video station
- Then reinstall
- Disable Multimediafunction in Control Panel -> General Settings
- Apply (wait...)
- Enable Multimediafunction again
- Apply (wait...)


OK, how do I uninstall Photo-, Music- and Videostation?

FlyingDuck
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Re: Help: MultiMedia Management Issue

Postby FlyingDuck » Sun Oct 07, 2018 11:42 pm

Somehow I have now managed to migrate to a different volume. I think the problem was that I had not added any media folders. But after adding a folder the migration worked. I choose the default shared folder named Multimedia. However, the folder is still on the old volume. Should it not have been moved to the new volume? That was what I was trying to do in the first place.

So, how do I move the default Multimedia folder to a different volume?

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Re: Help: MultiMedia Management Issue

Postby FlyingDuck » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:55 pm

Seems like it is not possible to move default shared folders to different volumes, at least not in a fairly straightforward way:

Move Shared Folders To Different Volume


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