Thanks, now everything works flawlessly!
I'm running Libreelec 8.2.5 on a Chromebook. Media is stored on a Win10-machine with shared folders. Everything works well, except that Kodi won't refresh the libraries at startup even though this is enabled in the settings. Manual refresh works well. I've tried to turn the auto refresh on and off, but with no luck.
I added some media on the server and booted. No new media was discovered: ix.io/1jXS
I then did a manual refresh, and the new media was discovered: ix.io/1jXU
Thanks for all help in solving this issue.
I'm aware of the scrapers' stability, but as it has been like this for a week I decided to ask :-).
Just did a hard reset - all media is on remote storage - and now everything is working as expected. Will do the same with the Revo box during the weekend. Thanks for helping!
Just for the record. The Revo and the Chromebook is at different locations, but at both places a Windows PC running Kodi is able to scrape, but none of the LE boxes are. I can reach both boxes from my Windows PC, I have used windows explorer to reach them in order to copy an upgrade file (the upgrade was successful). I honestly don't know how to ping the servers from within Kodi ...
I have enabled logging on the Chromebook, the url is http://ix.io/1g2o Note that all media is on a file share on my home server which is accessible. No problem playing the videos.
I guess this is the relevant part of the log.Code
- 23:42:30.268 T:139973982414592 DEBUG: VideoInfoScanner: Scanning dir 'smb://10.0.0.21/Video/00 - Transfer/' as not in the database
- 23:42:30.328 T:139973982414592 DEBUG: GetMovieId (smb://10.0.0.21/Video/00 - Transfer/12.strong.2018.1080p.bluray.x264-geckos.mkv), query = select idMovie from movie where idFile=907
- 23:42:30.328 T:139973982414592 DEBUG: VideoInfoScanner: No NFO file found. Using title search for 'smb://10.0.0.21/Video/00 - Transfer/12.strong.2018.1080p.bluray.x264-geckos.mkv'
- 23:42:30.329 T:139973982414592 DEBUG: FindMovie: Searching for '12 strong' using The Movie Database scraper (path: '/storage/.kodi/addons/metadata.themoviedb.org', content: 'movies', version: '5.1.2')
- 23:42:30.340 T:139973982414592 DEBUG: scraper: CreateSearchUrl returned <url>https://api.tmdb.org/3/search/movie?api_key=92db8778ccb39d825150332b0a46061d&query=12%[email protected]@@[email protected]@@ye[email protected]@@[email protected]@@language=en</url>
- 23:42:30.340 T:139973982414592 DEBUG: CurlFile::Open(0x7f4e341573e0) https://api.tmdb.org/3/search/movie?api_key=92db8778ccb39d825150332b0a46061d&query=12%20strong&year=2018&language=en
- 23:42:30.341 T:139973982414592 INFO: easy_aquire - Created session to https://api.tmdb.org
- 23:42:30.938 T:139973982414592 ERROR: CCurlFile::FillBuffer - Failed: HTTP returned error 401
- 23:42:30.939 T:139973982414592 ERROR: CCurlFile::Open failed with code 401 for https://api.tmdb.org/3/search/movie?api_key=92db8778ccb39d825150332b0a46061d&query=12%20strong&year=2018&language=en
- 23:42:30.939 T:139973982414592 ERROR: Run: Unable to parse web site
After having used Kodi on a Windows PC for a long time, I set up LibreELEC on a Chromebook and on a Acer Revo PC one week ago (8.5.2). I haven't been able to get scraping to work on any of the devices using the default TVDB or MoiveDB. I've tried the Unversal Movie Scraper and that works ok. I'm getting the "Unable to connect to remote server. Would you like to continue scanning?" error
Updates are working properly on my Windows PC.
Happy for any advice on this.