Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread slartibartfast
mherger wrote: > > LMS crashed again this morning and there was no sign of LMS as a > running > > process in top as shown in the first screenshot. The second screenshot > > shows the situation after restarting LMS. LMS is now at the top of the > > list but the number of running processes is

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Can I copy server.prefs from one machine to another? (No connection with firewall)

2019-09-17 Thread BosseJ
bvrulez wrote: > Following a hint from someone I allowed all ports from a certain > client's IP address in the firewall. Now there is no problem. So it > seems that the connection is established using a different port than the > one I know: 3438. Or maybe there is something wrong with my

[SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-17 Thread mikeh49
I'm trying to get LMS going on a kirkwood armel processor running on debian buster. I have an installation running on jessie thanks to a forum member (505, I think) that compiled the perl 5.20 modules for armel. Since jessie is getting old, it would be nice to have LMS on a new version. The

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread bpa
Just in case it is old https problem as https can results in very long hangups/delays. What version is your IO::Socket::SSL library ? bpa's Profile: http://forums.slimdevices.com/member.php?userid=1806 View this thread:

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread slartibartfast
bpa wrote: > Just in case it is old https problem as https can results in very long > hangups/delays. > What version is your IO::Socket::SSL library ?IO:Socket:SSL 2.044 on a Pi3B. > It normally happens while listening to Virgin Radio but probably only coincidence. I cannot remember it ever

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread slartibartfast
bpa wrote: > I had to do an explicit apt get to get it updated. It has dependencies > which may be holding it back. > > edit: > My update was not on a Pi but an Ubuntu.Just tried updating and apparently I > am up to date on the Pi.[image: https://uploads.tapatal

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread bpa
slartibartfast wrote: > IO:Socket:SSL 2.044 on a Pi3B. It normally happens while listening to > Virgin Radio but probably only coincidence. I cannot remember it ever > happening while playing local music. 2.044 is 2.5 years old. If you accessing any site which uses TLS 1.3 - it may hang - not

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread slartibartfast
bpa wrote: > 2.044 is 2.5 years old. > If you accessing any site which uses TLS 1.3 - it may hang - not sure > what the TLS fallback prcoeduire is.I do occasional apt-get upgrades. Doesn't > IO:Socket:SSL get updated? Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread bpa
slartibartfast wrote: > I do occasional apt-get upgrades. Doesn't IO:Socket:SSL get updated? I had to do an explicit apt get to get it updated. It has dependencies which may be holding it back. edit: My update was not on a Pi but an Ubuntu.

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread bpa
slartibartfast wrote: > Just tried updating and apparently I am up to date on the Pi. I would interpret this as your IO:Socket:SSL is up to date with your OS version/libSSL but then I guess it means lots of other users are OK with 2.044. However, as your system seems to lock up and it doesn't

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread bpa
slartibartfast wrote: > To run this monitor I suppose I need to add the command line option > when LMS is started. Is there an easy way to do that? It varies according to how LMS is started. I'd expect Max2play to provide a Web page in an "Advanced" section to enable you to specify command

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread bpa
slartibartfast wrote: > It is only LMS that hangs. The AnyEvent scheduler is just within LMS - it shares out the time between tasks looking after webpages, playing audio and other network access. So plugins have to play nice or it will just lockup LMS. Other application in the Max2play will be

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread slartibartfast
bpa wrote: > The AnyEvent scheduler is just within LMS - it shares out the time > between tasks looking after webpages, playing audio and other network > access. So plugins have to play nice or it will just lockup LMS. Other > application in the Max2play will be unaffected. > > As the AnyEvent

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread slartibartfast
bpa wrote: > I would interpret this as your IO:Socket:SSL is up to date with your OS > version/libSSL but then I guess it means lots of other users are OK with > 2.044. > > However, as your system seems to lock up and it doesn't happen to many > others - we have to look for the "edge"

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS crashing frequently

2019-09-17 Thread Michael Herger
This is still happening. This morning playback stopped for 8 minutes then recovered. Nothing in server log. Are you using Spotty? If so, could you please enable INFO logging for Spotty and see whether there's been activity around when LMS is locking up? Also make sure (and I'm sure I've

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] Can I copy server.prefs from one machine to another? (No connection with firewall)

2019-09-17 Thread bvrulez
Thank you very much! I had an error in the port number, as you suggested! Sorry I bothered you guys... :( bvrulez's Profile: http://forums.slimdevices.com/member.php?userid=67251 View this thread: