How to Attach Block storage to Your Plex Server More Space for More Media
Plex is a feature-rich streaming platform that allows you to organize and stream your own video and audio to your devices. This video shows you how to attach and upload media to your Plex Server’s block storage.
0:35 Check Existing Storage
1:21 Create a Volume in Linode Admin
2:50 Mount the New Volume to Plex
4:45 Move the Existing Media Directories
7:32 Create a Symlink as a Reference
10:28 Setup Plex to Automatically Mount the Volume
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