First post here, so please forgive any mistakes.
I have tried to search my way to a solution, but haven’t found any.
For the last many many months I have run my Pi with the last RaspBMC release.
The system has been rock solid stable, would run for months on end without problems. Only reboots were due to power outages, or me cutting power during vacations and such.
Basically problem free, and running very well.
About 2 weeks ago I decided to upgrade to OSMC.
I figured it would be nice to get the latest updates, and new features.
But it has proven to be a mistake. I simply cant get the Pi to remain stable. It will crash. Sometimes after a few hours of uptime, sometimes after a few days.
Normally I find it frozen with a black screen, but sometimes it dies during playback, where at first the picture freezes, and after a few seconds so does the audio. Then the Pi is unresponsive.
I run it at standard clocks, non overclocked.
I have even tried underclocking without results.
I do like OSMC, it seems some videoes play back better, and its definately a more polished product than RaspBMC.
I must add that I have added my NFS share with my media as a network drive using this in FSTAB, as I find the network performance in this mode much superior.
172.26.1.8:/export/Media /mnt/media nfs vers=3,ro,nodev,nosuid,intr,x-systemd.automount 0 0
What could be my issue.
It could of course be the PSU, but the OSMC doesn’t show any warnings, and this PSU have kept the Pi stable for the last many months.
Please tell me what you guys think.
Logs are uploaded: