MMS on an AMD powered synology NAS

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rwbuie
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MMS on an AMD powered synology NAS

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Hi everyone,

I'm looking at getting a NAS and would be happy to help beta MMS by implementing it on the NAS. After reading a few threads here, I'm unclear if MMS can run on the new Synology NAS or not.

Specifically I'm looking at grabbing a DS1522+, which has an AMD Ryzen processor. Can MMS successfully run on this or is it a non-starter?

Any other advice or threads I should look into before diving in?
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Re: MMS on an AMD powered synology NAS

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Hi,
It should work without any issues, try using x64 binaries first from SSH.

Let me know if you need more help, I'll give it my best even I have QNAP, but SSH terminal should be the same :)
Best regards,
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Re: MMS on an AMD powered synology NAS

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Peke wrote: Fri Aug 19, 2022 4:59 pm Hi,
It should work without any issues, try using x64 binaries first from SSH.

Let me know if you need more help, I'll give it my best even I have QNAP, but SSH terminal should be the same :)
Thanks!

I'm getting an error when trying to run mms:
Unable to load configuration: Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, mkdir '/var/services/homes/Boss/MediaMonkeyServer'
SQL: path=/var/services/homes/Boss/MediaMonkeyServer/mms.db
/snapshot/mms/node_modules/better-sqlite3/lib/database.js:47
throw new TypeError('Cannot open database because the directory does not exist');
^

TypeError: Cannot open database because the directory does not exist
at new Database (/snapshot/mms/node_modules/better-sqlite3/lib/database.js:47:9)
at new SqlLayer (/snapshot/mms/lib/db/sqlLayer.js)
at /snapshot/mms/lib/db/sqlRegistry.js
at /snapshot/mms/lib/configuration.js
at /snapshot/mms/lib/util/pathNormalizer.js
at FSReqCallback.oncomplete (node:fs:188:23)
I'm not sure what to do about this though. It seems to be unable to find itself to run setup process. If meaningful, I am running this on a synology NAS running DSM 7.1.1
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Re: MMS on an AMD powered synology NAS

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Hi,
Hmmm interesting, as it is NAS in question may I suggest opening support ticket, where we can go into more details without compromising NAS and expose it to outside access.
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