I’ve got a Netgear ReadyNAS and three WD TV Live Hubs. All Hubs are 3.00.28 firmware. The ReadyNAS (called NAS) is configured as one big disk/partition called DISK0. Attached to NAS are two USB disks called DISK1 and DISK2. Hub1 has the sole source “NAS” added within “Media Library Manager for Network Share” - that gives access to DISK0, DISK1 and DISK 2, and metadata is happily automatically generated.
I’d like to similarly add “NAS” within “Media Library Manager for Network Share” on Hub2 and Hub3, thereby giving Media Library functionality on all 3 Hubs. But when I try to add “NAS” on Hub2 or Hub3 I get the error “Unable to create Media Library. The selected source is configured as Read-Only which prevents the WD TV from saving the media library.”. But the NAS isn’t read-only. And actually I can add “NAS/DISK0”, but _no_t the top-level “NAS”. I found and moved out a .wd_tv directory on NAS which looked to contain lock-file type stuff, but that didn’t fix it.
So, simple question really… has anyone here got 2 or more Hubs connected to the exact same NAS data source, with each Hub happily running Media Library (i.e. able to search, etc)? How did you get it working please?