RPI2 unresponsive every once in a while

I’m using latest version on RPI2. Medias are stored on a NFS drive.
Every once in a while (once every 2 days probably) while I scroll through items (movies, TV shows, …), the interface freezes. No further input is received from the Samsung TV remove (CEC), kodi app on the iphone, …
I need to ssh and restart the medicenter then everything works normally.
Here the logs right after the system froze and before restarting the media center

Only once the freeze occurred while playing a video. Also, every time I restart mediacenter through ssh (sudo systemctl restart mediacenter) I receive the following error on console.
Error: No space left on device

As you can see from the logs, there is plenty of space available.



have you removed superrepo from the logs or uninstalled it ? cause i can see it loading in the logs yet its not under addon section.

Sorry did not check his logs, too lazy :grin:
I deleted my post.

Maybe a problem with advancedsettings.xml, keyboard.xml and remote.xml.
Just a question @antani, why are you mounting external drive and nas in /home/osmc/mnt ?
Sorry if it’s a foolish question.

Shouldnt matter where he mounts it per say should work either way

Thanks for the reply.
I know it should be working either way but why not keeping it automount in /media ? Because it is more practical/convenient ? Better for permission management or something like that ?

no idea why he/she mounted it there… shouldn’t matter you can mount almost anywhere now lets hear from the OP

Does the problem still occur if you enable omxplayer in video/acceleration settings?

Thank you everyone.
About mount: I have some scripts and programs I use on the OSMC and thus need a mount available from the CLI.
About super-repo: I did not remove anything from logs. I believe Super-Repo is still active as I have tons of addons I can select from. Should I remove it?
About omxplayer: did not try. Do you guys want me to try with super-repo first or omxplayer?


Just light reading over 3rd party repoes not saying that this happend too you just so your aware of what your doing to your system free content isn’t always free.


try popcornmix solution

@popcornmix has brought to my attention a commit that may address this issue.

I will build Kodi with this commit and let you know when it’s available for testing. I’d appreciate it if you told me if it helped.

thanks for the links on unofficial repos. How can I remove the entire super-repo?
I activate the omxplayer and tried to use osmc a bit.
It occurred within 2 minutes again.
Here the new logs.


just remove it from addons and the additional addons you installed and you be fine.

I enabled the omxplayer first and “crashed” (as described above) right within a few minutes.
see logs above.
I then disabled super-repo (thanks for the instructions!).

I will get back to this thread to see if i encounter the same issue.


it happened again today.
here the logs

Any thoughts?


Try update to rbp2-mediacenter-osmc from jessie-devel:

sudo wget http://ftp.fau.de/osmc/osmc/apt/pool/main/r/rbp2-mediacenter-osmc/rbp2-mediacenter-osmc_16.1.0-4_armhf.deb -O mediacenter.deb
sudo dpkg -i mediacenter.deb
rm mediacenter.deb
sudo reboot

Please let us know if this helps

will try later tonight and let this group know.


so I installed.
For some reason during the process it gave me again the “no space left” error, like noted above, even though there is plenty of space.
used it a bit and did not encounter issues after the reboot.

will report back.

df -h please post the output of that

What is the exact error? This doesn’t look bad [code]
====================== Diskspace =================== qZy25Yas
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
devtmpfs 362M 0 362M 0% /dev
tmpfs 367M 5.0M 362M 2% /run
/dev/mmcblk0p2 29G 2.6G 25G 10% /
tmpfs 367M 0 367M 0% /dev/shm
tmpfs 5.0M 0 5.0M 0% /run/lock
tmpfs 367M 0 367M 0% /sys/fs/cgroup 1.9G 837M 989M 46% /home/osmc/mnt/WDMYCloud
/dev/mmcblk0p1 240M 21M 220M 9% /boot
/dev/sda1 466G 294G 173G 63% /media/MYBOOK
tmpfs 74M 0 74M 0% /run/user/1000 2.7T 2.3T 380G 86% /home/osmc/mnt/WDMYCloud/Public

---------------------- Diskspace END --------------- qZy25Yas

Error is
“Error: no space left on device”
as noted in the 1st post.

Such error is given on console on standard output. I have seen it when i do the mediacenter restart to fix the issue, and it showed when i installed the .deb sam provided, or when i rebooted.