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  • #1375

    blarglefiend

    I’ve got the 1571 nightly built and running on Solaris 10 11/06 (x86) with the current recommended cluster. I’ve also tried the same things with 1549 with the same results.

    Using the builtin Bonjour support it keels over very quickly, don’t even need a client connect though that’s enough to kill it if it does happen to get one.

    With Howl things are nice and stable. And then iTunes connects and I get a bunch of this stuff in the log:

    2007-05-10 09:21:58 (00000123): Unknown meta code: com.apple.itunes.gapless-dur
    2007-05-10 09:21:58 (00000123): Unknown meta code: com.apple.itunes.gapless-resy
    2007-05-10 09:21:59 (00000123): Unknown meta code: com.apple.itunes.is-podcast-playlist
    2007-05-10 09:21:59 (00000123): Unknown meta code: com.apple.itunes.special-playlist

    I suspect that’s a red herring, though.

    I then get:

    2007-05-10 09:22:02 (00000002): Rendezvous socket closed (daap server crashed?) Aborting.
    2007-05-10 09:22:02: Aborting

    and both mt-daapd *and* mDNSResponder disappear.

    I’ve tried building with GCC3 (from Blastwave) and the Sun Studio 11 compiler, same problem regardless. I’ve also tried building the stable release but that seems to be a no-go.

    Any ideas?

    #10622

    rpedde
    Participant

    @blarglefiend wrote:

    I’ve got the 1571 nightly built and running on Solaris 10 11/06 (x86) with the current recommended cluster. I’ve also tried the same things with 1549 with the same results.

    Using the builtin Bonjour support it keels over very quickly, don’t even need a client connect though that’s enough to kill it if it does happen to get one.

    With Howl things are nice and stable. And then iTunes connects and I get a bunch of this stuff in the log:

    2007-05-10 09:21:58 (00000123): Unknown meta code: com.apple.itunes.gapless-dur
    2007-05-10 09:21:58 (00000123): Unknown meta code: com.apple.itunes.gapless-resy
    2007-05-10 09:21:59 (00000123): Unknown meta code: com.apple.itunes.is-podcast-playlist
    2007-05-10 09:21:59 (00000123): Unknown meta code: com.apple.itunes.special-playlist

    I suspect that’s a red herring, though.

    I then get:

    2007-05-10 09:22:02 (00000002): Rendezvous socket closed (daap server crashed?) Aborting.
    2007-05-10 09:22:02: Aborting

    and both mt-daapd *and* mDNSResponder disappear.

    I’ve tried building with GCC3 (from Blastwave) and the Sun Studio 11 compiler, same problem regardless. I’ve also tried building the stable release but that seems to be a no-go.

    Any ideas?

    Can you get a stack backtrace?

    #10623

    soellman
    Participant

    I also get this behavior (on opensolaris nevada b62) but only in some cases – when a file scan is currently in progress, when my database is old (and a scan is needed), or when a scan has just finished. If I do a full scan and then restart the server (and the howl mdnsresponder), then it all works peachy.

    How can I get you a backtrace?

    cheers,
    -o

    #10624

    soellman
    Participant

    oh, forgot to mention – i’m using 1586 or whatever the latest nightly is as of yesterday. The same happened with 1571.
    -o

    #10625

    rpedde
    Participant

    @soellman wrote:

    oh, forgot to mention – i’m using 1586 or whatever the latest nightly is as of yesterday. The same happened with 1571.
    -o

    I’ll probably just have to install opensolaris. I’m expecting my new processor Friday, and that will let me build 64-bit vms. I had an *old* athlon 64 machine that wouldn’t do 64 bit vms. D’oh.

    So I hope to have a 64 bit environment to debug this on this weekend.

    — Ron

    #10626

    soellman
    Participant

    @rpedde wrote:

    @soellman wrote:

    oh, forgot to mention – i’m using 1586 or whatever the latest nightly is as of yesterday. The same happened with 1571.
    -o

    I’ll probably just have to install opensolaris. I’m expecting my new processor Friday, and that will let me build 64-bit vms. I had an *old* athlon 64 machine that wouldn’t do 64 bit vms. D’oh.

    So I hope to have a 64 bit environment to debug this on this weekend.

    — Ron

    Well in that case I suppose I should mention that I’m using a 32-bit platform.. I am running a via c3 on a mini-itx mobo with 1.8tb of zfs storage in an old raid case 🙂
    -o

    #10627

    rpedde
    Participant

    @soellman wrote:

    Well in that case I suppose I should mention that I’m using a 32-bit platform.. I am running a via c3 on a mini-itx mobo with 1.8tb of zfs storage in an old raid case 🙂
    -o

    lol… okay, I’ll try and put some effort into that as well. I’ll probably get an opensolaris box up, but I won’t be building packages for it, unless you can find me info on building a blastwave compatible package.

    If you can point me to docs on that, I’ll definitely consider building a package.

    — Ron

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