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20161102 01:33:18 [Scanner thread] WARN com.ubooquity.data.database.b - Could not find id of root path

Tony Cole 4 years ago updated by Tom 4 years ago 1

I am running Ubooquity 1.9.1 on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with my files located on a FreeNAS box. When I start a scan, Ubooquity logs a warning and inserts a path that doesn't exist. I have nearly 1TB of files in the Comics folder but Ubooquity only finds one comic in a folder that doesn't exist. Is there a cache file that needs to be deleted somewhere? I have cleared the comics data several times without any change. Thanks for any help in this matter.


20161102 01:33:18 [Scanner thread] WARN com.ubooquity.data.database.b - Could not find id of root path /home/bob/smb:/10.0.0.18/stuff/Comics (ignore this warning if you just added a new root directory)
20161102 01:33:18 [Scanner thread] INFO com.ubooquity.data.database.b - Inserting/updating comic entry in database : /home/bob/smb:/10.0.0.18/stuff/Comics
20161102 01:33:18 [Scanner thread] INFO com.ubooquity.data.database.b - Inserting/updating comic entry in database : /home/bob/smb:/10.0.0.18/stuff/Comics/Unknown
20161102 01:33:18 [Scanner thread] INFO com.ubooquity.data.database.b - Inserting/updating comic entry in database : /home/bob/smb:/10.0.0.18/stuff/Comics/Unknown/Daredevil #158 (2)
20161102 01:33:18 [Scanner thread] INFO com.ubooquity.b.c - Reading metadata of comic file: /home/bob/smb:/10.0.0.18/stuff/Comics/Unknown/Daredevil #158 (2)/Daredevil #158 - Unknown.cbr
20161102 01:33:18 [pool-1-thread-17] INFO com.ubooquity.c - Internal server started. Listening on port 2202

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I'm guessing that "/home/bob/smb:/10.0.0.18/stuff/Comics" is the path that does not exists.

What path did you enter in your configuration ?


Seeing "SMB" in the path, I suppose that you are sharing a folder accessed through SMB.

That might be the issue here, I never tested Ubooquity with SMB, and I don't know how it will behave (not that well apparently).