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  • #1791

    Skeeve
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    While streaming to an Ubuntu’s Rhthmbox I got these errors in my Mac OS X’s log:

    2007-10-03 13:21:50 (0284ae00): Session 0: Streaming file '02 One to One.mp3' to 192.168.192.103 (offset 0)
    2007-10-03 13:21:50 (0284ae00): Write error: Broken pipe
    2007-10-03 13:21:50 (02b81600): Write error: Broken pipe
    2007-10-03 13:21:53 (0284ae00): Session 0: Streaming file '03 In Every Dream Home (A Nightmare).mp3' to 192.168.192.103 (offset 0)
    2007-10-03 13:21:53 (0284ae00): Write error: Broken pipe
    2007-10-03 13:21:56 (02851200): Session 0: Streaming file '04 The Evil Eye.mp3' to 192.168.192.103 (offset 0)
    2007-10-03 13:21:57 (02851200): Write error: Broken pipe
    2007-10-03 13:21:57 (0284ae00): Session 0: Streaming file '05 Mad At You.mp3' to 192.168.192.103 (offset 0)
    2007-10-03 13:21:57 (0284ae00): Write error: Broken pipe
    2007-10-03 13:21:57 (02851200): Session 0: Streaming file '05 Mad At You.mp3' to 192.168.192.103 (offset 0)
    2007-10-03 13:22:06 (01805e00): Thread 0: could not read: unknown internal error
    2007-10-03 13:22:06 (02851200): Write error: Broken pipe
    #12813

    Skeeve
    Participant

    Additionally the share can’t be reached anymore, even after restart and the webinterface always ends up on no_access…

    #12814

    rpedde
    Participant

    @skeeve wrote:

    Additionally the share can’t be reached anymore, even after restart and the webinterface always ends up on no_access…

    no_access means you haven’t set an admin password in the config file.

    does this happen every time on every song?

    #12815

    Skeeve
    Participant

    @rpedde wrote:

    @skeeve wrote:

    Additionally the share can’t be reached anymore, even after restart and the webinterface always ends up on no_access…

    no_access means you haven’t set an admin password in the config file.

    When I deleted Firefly (I wanted to wait for a new build) I noticed, that I in fact entered a new password… But forgot to save the file 🙁 Sorry for that.

    @rpedde wrote:

    does this happen every time on every song?

    The Broken Pipe didn’t happen with every file. I was playing an Album and the first song was played. But all the following songs were skipped and then suddenly one song was again played. So it was an intermittend (right word? I’m german so excuse my poor english) problem. When I stopped Firefly and restarted, the client couldn’t find the server anymore. I had the same problem with the last official beta release. When I checked the webadmin back than, Rendevous was reported as being stopped.

    #12816

    rpedde
    Participant

    @skeeve wrote:

    @rpedde wrote:

    @skeeve wrote:

    Additionally the share can’t be reached anymore, even after restart and the webinterface always ends up on no_access…

    no_access means you haven’t set an admin password in the config file.

    When I deleted Firefly (I wanted to wait for a new build) I noticed, that I in fact entered a new password… But forgot to save the file 🙁 Sorry for that.

    @rpedde wrote:

    does this happen every time on every song?

    The Broken Pipe didn’t happen with every file. I was playing an Album and the first song was played. But all the following songs were skipped and then suddenly one song was again played. So it was an intermittend (right word? I’m german so excuse my poor english) problem. When I stopped Firefly and restarted, the client couldn’t find the server anymore. I had the same problem with the last official beta release. When I checked the webadmin back than, Rendevous was reported as being stopped.

    Do the songs that were skipped every play? And do they play in iTunes remotely? I mean, if you have two iTunes, and you share the same files that firefly keeps skipping, can they be played from a real live iTunes share?

    If it’s repeatable for a specific song, could you share one with me for testing?

    #12817

    Chiel

    I have the same problems running on unslung nslu2 (broken pipe) to a homemusic
    The strange thing is that some files were able to play after retrying, but some others keep giving me a broken pipe.

    When I was running the firefly 1586 server on a xp machine the problems didn’t show up.

    #12818

    rpedde
    Participant

    @Chiel wrote:

    I have the same problems running on unslung nslu2 (broken pipe) to a homemusic
    The strange thing is that some files were able to play after retrying, but some others keep giving me a broken pipe.

    When I was running the firefly 1586 server on a xp machine the problems didn’t show up.

    That’s an interesting data point. I wonder if that’s related to the sqlite issues.

    Lemme work on pushing another nightly and I’ll ask if you can try sqlite3 with that.

    — Ron

    #12819

    SunbeamGuy
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    I’ve just installed and updated ubuntu and am getting similar errors (broken pipe)… Not sure yet, but I think it happens when the song streaming is paused. I kill the process, start mt-daapd and resume listening. Here’s a snippet from my log:

    2007-10-13 20:10:11 (b7cbda50): Scanned 7328 songs (was 7328) in 15 seconds
    2007-10-13 20:11:40 (b6c62b90): Session 0: Streaming file ‘UB40 – The Very Best Of UB40 – 13 – Rat In Mi Kitchen – eac256cbr.mp3’ to 192.168.0.8 (offset 0)
    2007-10-13 20:15:14 (b7cbda50): Rescanning database
    2007-10-13 20:15:26 (b7cbda50): Starting playlist scan
    2007-10-13 20:15:28 (b7cbda50): Updating playlists
    2007-10-13 20:15:28 (b7cbda50): Scanned 7328 songs (was 7328) in 14 seconds
    2007-10-13 20:16:03 (b6c62b90): Write error: Broken pipe
    ps -aef |grep mt-daapd2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Firefly Version svn-1673: Starting with debuglevel 2
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Plugin loaded: ssc-script/svn-1673
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1673
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1673
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Starting rendezvous daemon
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Client registering
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Starting signal handler
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Initializing database
    2007-10-13 21:17:45 (b7c1ca50): Starting web server from /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 4001
    2007-10-13 21:17:45 (b7c1ca50): Registering rendezvous names
    2007-10-13 21:17:46 (b7c1ca50): Serving 7328 songs. Startup complete in 6 seconds
    2007-10-13 21:17:46 (b7c1ca50): Rescanning database
    2007-10-13 21:18:00 (b7c1ca50): Starting playlist scan
    2007-10-13 21:18:02 (b7c1ca50): Updating playlists
    2007-10-13 21:18:02 (b7c1ca50): Scanned 7328 songs (was 7328) in 16 seconds

    Thanks!

    #12820

    rpedde
    Participant

    @sunbeamguy wrote:

    I’ve just installed and updated ubuntu and am getting similar errors (broken pipe)… Not sure yet, but I think it happens when the song streaming is paused. I kill the process, start mt-daapd and resume listening. Here’s a snippet from my log:

    2007-10-13 20:10:11 (b7cbda50): Scanned 7328 songs (was 7328) in 15 seconds
    2007-10-13 20:11:40 (b6c62b90): Session 0: Streaming file ‘UB40 – The Very Best Of UB40 – 13 – Rat In Mi Kitchen – eac256cbr.mp3’ to 192.168.0.8 (offset 0)
    2007-10-13 20:15:14 (b7cbda50): Rescanning database
    2007-10-13 20:15:26 (b7cbda50): Starting playlist scan
    2007-10-13 20:15:28 (b7cbda50): Updating playlists
    2007-10-13 20:15:28 (b7cbda50): Scanned 7328 songs (was 7328) in 14 seconds
    2007-10-13 20:16:03 (b6c62b90): Write error: Broken pipe
    ps -aef |grep mt-daapd2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Firefly Version svn-1673: Starting with debuglevel 2
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Plugin loaded: ssc-script/svn-1673
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1673
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1673
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Starting rendezvous daemon
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Client registering
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Starting signal handler
    2007-10-13 21:17:39 (b7c1ca50): Initializing database
    2007-10-13 21:17:45 (b7c1ca50): Starting web server from /usr/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 4001
    2007-10-13 21:17:45 (b7c1ca50): Registering rendezvous names
    2007-10-13 21:17:46 (b7c1ca50): Serving 7328 songs. Startup complete in 6 seconds
    2007-10-13 21:17:46 (b7c1ca50): Rescanning database
    2007-10-13 21:18:00 (b7c1ca50): Starting playlist scan
    2007-10-13 21:18:02 (b7c1ca50): Updating playlists
    2007-10-13 21:18:02 (b7c1ca50): Scanned 7328 songs (was 7328) in 16 seconds

    Thanks!

    Ya, that’s correct and normal. When you pause, the client actually ungracefully terminates the connection. Which generates the error in the log.

    One could make the argument that the error shouldn’t be so high as to appear in the log, but I can’t tell “bad” connection drops from “good” connection drops, so it always logs connection drops.

    — Ron

    #12821

    SunbeamGuy
    Participant

    This time I got the broken pipe in the middle of a track after I’d been streaming for 1 hour & 15 minutes after a successful mt-daapd start:

    2007-10-14 12:36:52 (b73fbb90): Session 0: Streaming file ‘The Grateful Dead – Dick’s Picks 08 Harpur College, Binghamton, NY 5270 (Disc 2) – 04 – The Other One.mp3’ to 192.168.0.8 (offset 0)
    2007-10-14 12:43:24 (b73fbb90): Write error: Broken pipe
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    The Soundbridge says “No Music library found” (SoundBridge is running software version 3.0.44) and I can’t reconnect without killing and starting mt-daapd. I’m going to start it again (with the same music selection) to see how long it lasts this time. 😀

    Thanks!

    -john

    #12822

    SunbeamGuy
    Participant

    This time I got the broken pipe in the middle of a track after I’d been streaming for 74 minutes and ~34 seconds after a successful mt-daapd start

    I killed the process then started again successfully and played the exact same tracks and it died again, on the same song at 74 minutes and 33 seconds.

    Now I’m thinking it’s the specific track, so I restart and play the suspect track first, followed by another couple of albums in the queue. Played flawlessly through the suspect track and died with broken pipe at 74 minutes and 38 seconds of playing…

    This seems time related and I’m trying to think up a good next step to take.

    -john

    #12823

    rpedde
    Participant

    @sunbeamguy wrote:

    This time I got the broken pipe in the middle of a track after I’d been streaming for 74 minutes and ~34 seconds after a successful mt-daapd start

    I killed the process then started again successfully and played the exact same tracks and it died again, on the same song at 74 minutes and 33 seconds.

    Now I’m thinking it’s the specific track, so I restart and play the suspect track first, followed by another couple of albums in the queue. Played flawlessly through the suspect track and died with broken pipe at 74 minutes and 38 seconds of playing…

    This seems time related and I’m trying to think up a good next step to take.

    -john

    That’s a mdns issue. If you are getting the “no library found”, then the soundbridge is deciding the daap server shut down and is closing the connection.

    Usually that’s because whatever you are using as a server is allowing outbound multicast, but isn’t seeing the multicast queries.

    Is it firewalled? It needs to be able to receive UDP 5353 from 224.0.0.251.

    — Ron

    #12824

    SunbeamGuy
    Participant

    Sorry for the long delay in my response. My Actiontec GT704-WG gave up on moving any traffic at all through the 10/100 ports. With new home network gear, Actiontec DSL Modem + Linksys WRT54G, I started over and had no troubles at all. I ran for three full days without losing contact. I rebooted the Roku Soundbridge it found the Firefly right away. 🙂

    I was so happy I launched into (and just finished) “un-slinging” a Linksys NSLU2 and have made it my “always on” Firefly media server.

    Thank you!

    -john

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