Live TV: Clientspecific Setting crash OSMC

I have OSMC RC2 on a Raspberry Pi 2, connected to a VDR Server via the VDR VNSI Addon. When I select Settings -> Live TV -> Clientspecific -> Clientspecific Settings (I hope this is correct as my OSMC is set to German) OSMC crashes with the sad face.

I want to access the OSD of the VDR to map some channels for xmltv EPG. Am I doing something wrong? Where can I see what caused the crash?

https://osmc.tv/help/wiki/logs

Thank you for providing the link to the log files. Unfortunately I can’t tell in which log the interesting information might be in.

I had a look at the end of kodi.old.log (which is the log before the crash, right?) and at the beginning of kodi.log (which is the current log after the crash, I presume…) - in both I could not find anything that drew my attention.

I issued the commands “dmesg”, which seemed ok and “journalctl” which did nothing.

Maybe it would be possible for you to elaborate on the link and point me into the right direction?

Using the log uploader, select all logs then provide the resulting URL here so someone more familiar may take a look.

Here we go: Chose Settings -> Live TV -> clientspecific -> clientspecific Settings. Result Sad Face.
After Restart I immidiately went to OSMC Settings -> Log Uploader, selected all logs and uploaded. This is the result URL: http://paste.osmc.io/eqeyayiduh

Please read specifically the portion of the wiki regarding “debug logging.” This would be far more verbose and is ALWAYS recommended when providing logs.


Though this seems to indicate some communication issue with the backend server.
13:44:52 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:44:52 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetDriveSpace - Can't get response packed
13:44:55 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:44:55 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetChannelsCount - Can't get response packed
13:44:58 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:44:58 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetTimersCount - Can't get response packed
13:45:01 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:45:01 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetRecordingsCount - Can't get response packed
13:45:14 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:45:14 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetDriveSpace - Can't get response packed
13:45:17 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:45:17 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetChannelsCount - Can't get response packed
13:45:20 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:45:20 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetTimersCount - Can't get response packed
13:45:23 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:45:23 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetRecordingsCount - Can't get response packed
13:45:36 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:45:36 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetDriveSpace - Can't get response packed
13:45:39 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:45:39 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetChannelsCount - Can't get response packed
13:45:42 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:45:42 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetTimersCount - Can't get response packed
13:45:45 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: ReadResult - request timed out after 3 seconds
13:45:45 T:1648202784   ERROR: AddOnLog: VDR VNSI Client: GetRecordingsCount - Can't get response packed

Once again with debug log enabled: http://paste.osmc.io/tozewohura

Anymore insights anyone?