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Windows 10 still shutdown server
20-09-2019, 11:23
Post: #11
RE: Windows 10 still shutdown server
(20-09-2019 10:43)simoncn Wrote:  Thanks for this. There is nothing unusual here.

When MinimServer disappears from MusicCast, please enter http://x.x.x.x:9790 in a web browser, where x.x.x.x is the IP address of your Windows 10 machine. Do you see a web page titled MinimServer Status?

Yes I try this option. Address ip + port shows status of Minimserver. Everything is ok. Maybe my Yamaha R-N803D close connection? How test and check this?
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20-09-2019, 12:57
Post: #12
RE: Windows 10 still shutdown server
To find out what is happening, I would need to see a MinimServer trace log. Please do the following:

1) From the MinimServer minim icon in the Windows system tray, select 'Show log'
2) In the log window, set the Logging level to Trace
3) From the minim icon, select Exit
4) In the MinimServer\data folder, delete the minimserver.log file
5) Double-click the MinimServer desktop launch icon to restart MinimServer
6) As soon as MinimServer has disappeared from MusicCast, copy the minimserver.log file to minimserver1.log
7) Zip the minimserver1.log file (this step is important to reduce the file size)
8) Attach the zipped minimserver1.log file to a post here. If the zipped file is too large to attach, please post here and I will provide further instructions.
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20-09-2019, 17:43
Post: #13
RE: Windows 10 still shutdown server
(20-09-2019 12:57)simoncn Wrote:  To find out what is happening, I would need to see a MinimServer trace log. Please do the following:

1) From the MinimServer minim icon in the Windows system tray, select 'Show log'
2) In the log window, set the Logging level to Trace
3) From the minim icon, select Exit
4) In the MinimServer\data folder, delete the minimserver.log file
5) Double-click the MinimServer desktop launch icon to restart MinimServer
6) As soon as MinimServer has disappeared from MusicCast, copy the minimserver.log file to minimserver1.log
7) Zip the minimserver1.log file (this step is important to reduce the file size)
8) Attach the zipped minimserver1.log file to a post here. If the zipped file is too large to attach, please post here and I will provide further instructions.

I attached some part of minim log files without my private part. Begging and last from minim.log. Could You check it?


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20-09-2019, 20:07
Post: #14
RE: Windows 10 still shutdown server
Thanks for this log. It shows that a UPnP control point at IP address 192.168.0.11:49153 successfully subscribed to the MinimServer UPnP ContentDirectory service. After this, there were a number of unsuccessful subscription attempts, one from 192.168.0.11:49153 and four from 0.0.0.0:0. The latter is not a valid IP address.

I don't know whether these unsuccessful subscription attempts are important. MinimServer continued to run after this happened.

There were no attempts from the control point to browse the contents of the MinimServer library.

Can you try another UPnP control point instead of MusicCast? For example, the mconnect app is available for both iOS and Android and would be suitable for checking that MinimServer is working correctly.
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20-09-2019, 23:10
Post: #15
RE: Windows 10 still shutdown server
(20-09-2019 20:07)simoncn Wrote:  Thanks for this log. It shows that a UPnP control point at IP address 192.168.0.11:49153 successfully subscribed to the MinimServer UPnP ContentDirectory service. After this, there were a number of unsuccessful subscription attempts, one from 192.168.0.11:49153 and four from 0.0.0.0:0. The latter is not a valid IP address.

I don't know whether these unsuccessful subscription attempts are important. MinimServer continued to run after this happened.

There were no attempts from the control point to browse the contents of the MinimServer library.

Can you try another UPnP control point instead of MusicCast? For example, the mconnect app is available for both iOS and Android and would be suitable for checking that MinimServer is working correctly.
I try other phone with iOS and Android and this same musiccast Controller. If doesn't work I give you a feedback. Thanks for your help.
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