After dismissing the update notification for a couple weeks, I recently decided to update to the latest version. I was hesitant because everything was working correctly, guess I should have listened.
My Pi has been stalled a couple times, unresponsive to the controller, requiring a reboot thru SSH.
Other times it’s been laggy and slow to react. I also get some visual glitches, like sometimes the text shows up as boxes.
Memory usage has been higher as well. I made a post on Reddit and someone suggested it could be caused by changing the memory allocation or config.txt . Neither of these are things I have modified.
The only other thing I’ve done since updating is configuring the quick/smart menus from the homepage.
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That was me.
Logs are needed to investigate further.
I will follow up with logs as soon as I can.
I had some pretty bad news at home this week, so I haven’t been focused on the raspberry.
I will try to get them enabled tonight and see if I can capture what’s going on.
I have pasted the log here .
I also attempted to take a screenshot to document the visual glitches, however the SSH command listed on that page completely hung my raspberry. Sudo reboot did not work, and I had to pull the power.
It would benefit all of us if we could see more than the Kodi log alone. The prescribed method linked above or
grab-logs -A provides us with much more relevant info so that we may be thorough in our diagnosis.
I did use the method above, thats how I got the kodi.log
I will try again with the grab-logs command.
Any idea why taking a screenshot would cause the entire system to crash?
As you’ve posted no full set of logs.
- Go to osmc.tv/download and install fresh
- If you still have the problem?
- if so, try another SD card
- if this still remains an issue, your PSU is likely causing problems.
Your power supply may not be up to scratch. You can learn more on our Wiki here: https://osmc.tv/wiki/raspberry-pi/frequently-asked-questions/
Your SD card may be problematic.
Some SD cards are not genuine or have a lower capacity than advertised. Some simply fail over time.
Symptoms of SD cards not working correctly are:
- Read-only behaviour, or changes made not persisting
- A filesystem corruption error
Symptoms of counterfeit SD cards are:
- Writing works until a certain filesystem size is reached, thereafter, writes seem to cause issues where existing data is lost or newly written data is not preserved.
- SD card fails after a short amount of time.
Counterfeit cards are usually found on Amazon and eBay.
SD cards have a limited lifespan. If you would like to be a good quality SD card purpose manufactured for OSMC, then you can find one in the Store.
I appreciate the input.
I have a 5v 2.5A CanaKit power supply, and I have not gotten a lightning bolt since changing that over from my 2.1A. (Long before this issue popped up)
Genuine Sandisk Class 10 32gb SD Card. (Purchased retail from a big box store).
I will get you the logs as soon as I can.
Full log here.
I’ve snipped out my network share login info, everything else should be unchanged.
I will try to follow up with screenshots as well, now that I have WinSCP configured so I can transfer them over easier.
No suggestions, @sam_nazarko or @ActionA ?
Just to rule out your kodi configuration hasn’t become corrupted, can please run the following on the command-line:
sudo systemctl stop mediacenter
mv /home/osmc/.kodi /home/osmc/kodi.bak
sudo systemctl start mediacenter
This will make a backup of your settings, and create a fresh one; If the result is the same, you can revert by reversing the 2nd step.