I’ve been getting some random freezes with osmc.
It all started after the 2018-01 update.
Before that, I assure the system was 100% stable - Without any issue for many months.
I have not changed anything in the system or installed anything new.
In this system I have installed from osmc interface:
- ftp server,
- samba server.
Apart of that:
- nginx for serving a https server in a directory on the external hdd (NTFS formatted)
- aria2c accessible trough a web interface served by nginx in https.
- transmission is configured to be access trough a https tunnel by nginx
All this has been working for months without an issue and I have not changed the configuration after the last 2018-01 update.
From several kodi.old.logs (the ones that are kept between reboots):
There is nothing unusual.
In fact, the more unusual is the case of today morning: there is now report in the log since 01:20 and the system crashed at 09:30
I was not using the system, and tried a simple samba connection.
Yesterday night, the system crashed when deleting some files in and external hdd via samba connection.
Also Yesterday night, it simply crashed when browsing the kodi interface.
Yesterday afternoon it suddenly crashed when connected trough ssh and editing a script in the home directory.
Many times I simply find the system hanged.
It is completely random and unexpected.
again looking at the kodi.old.logs, there is a common notice between them, and repeated several times:
“AddOnLog: PVR IPTV Simple Client: EPG file path is not configured. EPG not loaded.”
(but it always complained about that)
anyway, I’ve tried disabling it, but the result is the same.
Another common issue between kodi.old.logs:
"01:16:18.966 T:1926253056 ERROR: DBus: Error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown - The name org.freedesktop.UPower was not provided by any .service files"
But again, this been there forever and it is reported only at kodi start up.
My last logs are here:
I don’t want to complain, as I think osmc releases are awesome (I must buy a vero 4k ) - my Pi is my home server and media center
But I start to suspect on kernel panics only happening from the last update.
is there any way of tracing this ??