LMS unresponsive

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  • 29. January 2016 at 17:16 #18239

    Hello,

    I have installed max2play on my Pi version B. My musicfiles are on my NAS and i have mounted succesfully.
    Everything is working fine so far but i discovered one issue.
    In midweekdays My NAS is down from 01.00 to 17.00 (when i am sleeping and working) so LMS is not connected to my musicfiles.
    But when i try to connect ‘My Music’ during this period on my SB Touch it fails ofcourse, but after that LMS become totally unresponsive and unreachable for a few minutes. I can not go to the LMS webpage. After 3 or 4 minutes LMS is running again normal.

    Any idea what causes this?

    29. January 2016 at 17:40 #18240

    This is probably caused by the LMS’ searching for preexisting files in its library which it cannot find anymore since the path is down. We would recommend either also shutting down the LMS during this time period or keeping your NAS active.

    29. January 2016 at 18:25 #18244

    Thank you Heiner.
    Maby the ‘slow’ B version is also a little bit underpowered.
    In the future think i will switch to a Pi 2 with a SSD or HD attached so that it can run for 24h a day.

    29. January 2016 at 18:31 #18246

    jte, your music is on your NAS. can you also install LMS on your NAS?

    29. January 2016 at 23:04 #18253

    Hello Charles,

    LMS on my Pi is just a test. Normally it run’s on my Qnap, version 7.7.2
    This is the last official version from Qnap and not maintained anymore.

    I know you can install 7.9 manually, but i’m a little bit scared to mess up the hole thing.
    And running on a Pi 24h a day is easier and i don’t have to switch my players to Mysqueezebox and back to LMS all the time.

    29. January 2016 at 23:50 #18255

    Can’t you try to do a script to shut down/start LMS at given times of the day (1:00 and 17:00)

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