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BubbleUPnP Server
06-02-2021, 13:14
Post: #21
RE: BubbleUPnP Server
(05-02-2021 23:25)simoncn Wrote:  Edit: Perhaps simpler, you can look at the FPU column of this page.

That's exactly what I needed. The data sheets swamp me with data and I found it hard to see the wood for the trees. Now I can check all 4 of my sysnology NAS boxes easily.

Thank you, that's brilliant.

Bob.
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06-02-2021, 13:17
Post: #22
RE: BubbleUPnP Server
(06-02-2021 12:14)bubbleguuum Wrote:  These log traces are benign.
Again, when BubbleUPnP Server becomes entirely unusable over time to the point of needing a restart, please send me (email) the log file.

Good to know. Thank you.
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27-02-2021, 20:05
Post: #23
RE: BubbleUPnP Server
A month or two ago, I updated Java 8 on my Synology DS414. That seems to have resolved the issue. At least, BubbleUPnP Server has not stopped operating since then. Thanks to Bubblesoft for the program and support!

Mike
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Today, 09:40
Post: #24
RE: BubbleUPnP Server
Just in case anyone is experiencing long term stability issues with BubbleUPnP Server, I noticed the latest update includes
Quote:Fixed stability issues. New launcher

This update addresses stability issues over time (server crashing, becoming unresponsive, memory leaks) caused by server restarts which happens on:

web interface ‘Restart’ button trigger
automatic or manual updates
networking changes (network interface appearance or disappearance)

It also mentions that
Quote:An updated BubbleUPnPServerLauncher.jar addresses this issue. On existing installs, it cannot be automatically updated.

So you'll need to follow the instructions here.
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