TV Service keeps crashing [SOLVED]

Discussion in 'Television (MyTV frontend and TV-Server)' started by CanOBeans, February 11, 2014.

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    I have had this happen regularly on my TV Server. I used MPExtended to view the TV more often than not.

    I inherited this PC, and in general it works without issue, but the main problem is the TV Server stopping. It is running MySQL 5.6 (jumped onto that straight away)
    Nothing outstanding that I can find that causes it to stop. Will be watching and the TV stutters, and I need to restart the Service, then other times it will work all night and come back the next day, it isn't working.



    Could someone look through my logs and see what is going on.

    Edit: It would appear to have been a network issue, has not crashed since network issue has been resolved.
     
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    Can you try to disable the EPG Grabber?
     
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    I have done that - or believe I have. Told it not to collect on idle, or in timeshifting, and deselected all channels as well.
    Will have to enable WebEPG.

    IT just fell over again. Same pattern exiists in logs (SSDPClientController: Problem parsing incoming multicast UDP packet. )
     
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    The crash has nothing to do with the SSDPClientController. You can ignore that.

    This seems to be something to do with your database. Is your network connection dropping in and out?

     
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    It does have network issues from time to time, not certain as to what they have been at this point.
    Will look through the Event Viewer and see what it tells me in relation to the network.
    Thanks for finding that, it ties in other symptoms the computer has even though they were not necessarily easy to pick
     
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