PowerScheduler++ 1.4.0.x - Stable versions for MediaPortal 1.4 | Page 111

Discussion in 'TV-Server Plugins' started by michael_t, April 16, 2011.

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    Hi Daniel,

    please try follwing:
    - start TV Server Configuration
    - open the plugin "PowerSheduler++"
    - switch to "Expert Mode"

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    - go to tap "Network"
    - enable "Do not put the computer to....
    - now please try whitch transfer rate you need, so that the server go not into standby while watching pictures or playing games



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    Hi Ralf,

    does this prevent standby if i stream videos from NAS (not htpc) or watching photos from NAS?
    Do you know, what i mean?

    Thanks alot

    Daniel
     
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    @Cojun:
    The Tv-Server stays online as long as a client is connected. If this does not work, you should send your debug logs.

    If you have problems with the client going to sleep while watching photos ect. You should have a look to PS config on the client. Is the plugin enabled?
     
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    Hi,

    this problem is solved. I deactivated the network activity in PS and now the server is up until a client is running.
    But now i am fighting against "Video continuity errors". A very strange problem wich i will discuss in an other thread.

    Thanks to all for the help

    Daniel
     
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    Hi,having similar issues.have followed set up as above, ticking do not put computer to sleep when network is active,set 20kbs, standby also handled by powerscheduler.mediaportal goes into standby,it's almost like it doesn't know the network is active?.Only been having problems in the last week
     
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    Hi,

    i fixed this issue on a very strange way.
    I setup PowerScheduler like "Do not go into standby while network activity" and set 2 KB/s as minimum.
    Because the server was always going into sleep with this setup while i do NOT watching TV, more watching videos from my NAS or listening video from my NAS, i put a PING.BAT in the autostart of each client. Each time the client starts, the PING.BAT is starting and preventing the server going to sleep.
    If anyone needs more explanation, please ask ...

    Daniel
     
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    Sounds like something I could try,please could you explain in more detail?
     
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    I have attached logs, if anyone can help.mediaportal not recognising any network activity even though i am streaming from tversity
     
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    I noticed about a week ago that the network monitor was being ignored. A litte googling of text in the error log led to an answer.
    Run an admin command prompt, and type in "lodctr /R" and reboot once it's done. It resets the performance counters, I don't know what they are or what they do or even if it is safe to do this, but it worked for me.
     
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    Many thanks, that worked for me too(y)
     
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