Just curious if anyone could tell me why MCEBuddy logs show the file can’t be moved to the destination when there is plenty of free space. Attached two logs, one before I removed some recordings, and one after deleting a bunch of stuff that was either watched or will never be watched…BAD - The Andy Griffith Show_Andy Saves Gomer_TVLNDHD_2020_05_26_18_35_03.wtv-Convert to MP4-2020-06-01T15-54-34.log (861.1 KB) GOOD - The Andy Griffith Show_Andy Saves Gomer_TVLNDHD_2020_05_26_18_35_03.wtv-Convert to MP4-2020-06-01T16-45-49.log (849.4 KB)
Most likely Windows is unable to query your destination NAS or the NAS is returning an error to windows
ERROR> --> Unable to move file F:\MCEBuddy\working0\The Andy Griffith Show_Andy Saves Gomer_TVLNDHD_2020_05_26_18_35_03.wtv to \\CLARKTECH-NAS\Shared\Recorded TV NAS
Error :System.IO.IOException: There is not enough space on the disk.
at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32 errorCode, String maybeFullPath)
at System.IO.File.InternalMove(String sourceFileName, String destFileName, Boolean checkHost)
Have you checked where the temporary files are copied? I had to change the settings to an attached USB drive since I’m running MCEBuddy on a mini-PC with only 32GB on a micro SD card. Anyway, MCEBuddy copies all the video files into a working directory. If there’s not enough room you’ll get an insufficient space error even if the destination disk has plenty of space.