MP2 - V2.1 - Channel change using IPTV crashes Media Portal 2 Server

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    Markpars2003 New Member

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    MediaPortal 2 Version: 2.1.1

    After multiple channel change using IPTV it crashes the TV Service.
    It doesn't seem to be consistent in the number of channel changes for it to occur.

    The errors which usually occur first are:
    -Error invoking action GetNowNextProgram
    -Error invoking action StartTimeshift
    -Error invoking action GetNowNextProgramForGroup

    Presently I've set the timeshift files saved to a RAMDrive to see if the would resolve the problem, not sure if this is ideal but the error happens whether its on the HD or the Ramdrive.

    If anyone can help me identify the problem so I can apply a fix (if it is something on my PC which is causing the issue)

    I have to say when it works, it works smoothly and I'm pleased with MP2, just a pain having to restart the tv service.

    I've attached the logs


    Steps to Reproduce:
    channel change

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