I have a Gen2 4TB Single Bay MC, and have some weird behavior around the DNLA Media Server.
I copied new music to server and refreshed the iTunes Database, normally it reports:
- 10,500 Music Tracks on a share called iTunes.
- Pictures = 0
- Videos = 2
Photos and videos are on a share where Media Serving is disabled
After I copied the music, I ran a “rescan” on the DNLA Media server. It then reported:
- 22K Songs
- 23K Photo’s
- 480 Videos
Using my IOS app “DT-Play-Fi” to stream music on my Definitive Technology Sound Bar, I noticed every song under every artist was duplicated. There were two of everything, yet, when I looked on the share itself (using Window or Mac), no duplicates appeared.
I chose “rebuild” the DNLA Database and it came back with the same results.
I disabled Media Streaming, then enabled it, and the database started to rebuild again. This time yielding the correct results.
There is definitely a defect in how the database rebuilds via the app vs. disable / enable.