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svn1696 strange error in logfiles

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    mas
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    Since a while I am getting:

    Dec 29 10:13:45 schnecke mt-daapd[14404]: Buffer too small in io_readline_timeout()
    Dec 29 10:18:44 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 10:24:14 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 11:00:42 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 11:38:36 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 12:00:03 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 12:55:03 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 13:03:27 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 13:13:09 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 13:48:57 schnecke last message repeated 2 times

    Any idea what this is? appears to work despite this.

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    rpedde
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    @mas wrote:

    Since a while I am getting:

    Dec 29 10:13:45 schnecke mt-daapd[14404]: Buffer too small in io_readline_timeout()
    Dec 29 10:18:44 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 10:24:14 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 11:00:42 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 11:38:36 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 12:00:03 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 12:55:03 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 13:03:27 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 13:13:09 schnecke last message repeated 2 times
    Dec 29 13:48:57 schnecke last message repeated 2 times

    Any idea what this is? appears to work despite this.

    Hmm… it means I am trying to read a line of input, but the line is longer than the buffer I passed. Does this correspond to when you are connecting to the server?

    I think it’s probably truncating the meta codes from the client you are using, which probably doens’t really affect anything. Still though, something not quite right. Are you using iTunes as a client?

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