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MinimServer stopped on Synology NAS
03-06-2019, 11:46
Post: #11
RE: MinimServer stopped on Synology NAS
I do not. I've turned off most services, so only the built-in DLNA server, Java/MinimServer and a Time Machine share.
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03-06-2019, 11:51
Post: #12
RE: MinimServer stopped on Synology NAS
I have sent you a PM with details of how to produce a debug log for this problem. Many thanks.
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03-06-2019, 11:56
Post: #13
RE: MinimServer stopped on Synology NAS
Perfect. I've set that up and will send you the log asap.
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04-06-2019, 15:07
Post: #14
RE: MinimServer stopped on Synology NAS
Ironically, while logging overnight, I haven't experienced a crash, so I've left it running.
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04-06-2019, 16:06
Post: #15
RE: MinimServer stopped on Synology NAS
This will cause the log file to become unmanageably large. You need to stop and restart MinimServer from the Package Center every day to prevent this from happening.
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06-06-2019, 09:01
Post: #16
RE: MinimServer stopped on Synology NAS
I think this is now suffering from the observer effect. Doesn't seem to crash while logging.
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06-06-2019, 23:18
Post: #17
RE: MinimServer stopped on Synology NAS
Unfortunately I can't investigate the problem without a log, so we are into the "catch 22" effect. Sad
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07-06-2019, 10:38
Post: #18
RE: MinimServer stopped on Synology NAS
Sure, I understand that. Looking at the contents of the log file, there is a lot of noise like the following:

13:21:01.043 Thread-14: ohNet: < SocketUdpBase::Receive
13:21:01.043 Thread-14: ohNet: > SocketUdpBase::Receive
13:21:01.044 Thread-14: ohNet: Socket::ReceiveFrom H = 1247919448
13:21:01.044 Thread-15: ohNet: <Socket::ReceiveFrom H = 1247919560

Which is sent every 10-20ms. As a result the log file after 24 hours is 87MB.

I'm going to just leave it running over the weekend. If it crashes then we'll figure out what's actually useful in that log.
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