I’ve had a Vero 4k+ for just under a year (and thoroughly enjoying it!), and have upgraded through the 4.9 kernel test build and up to the latest Kodi 19.1 release.
However, since the Kodi 19.1 release, I have a problem that if the Vero is left idle for a period of time (I think somewhere between 24 to 48 hours), then when I come back to it the display output is not longer functioning
The unit is still running, and I can SSH in to it fine, but no amount of unplugging/plugging in the HDMI lead helps, and all I can do is reboot the unit (either via SSH or a physical power cycle). Then it is perfectly fine, until about a day or two later.
During this time, the TV will be switched between on and standby a few times, but not selecting the Vero’s HDMI port (basically using other HDMI devices or the TV itself).
I’ve tried to capture debug logs for the unit, but unfortunately it appears that it needs too long to gather the logs and the logs are too big
osmc@osmc:~$ paste-log /boot/uploadlog.txt
Unable to upload log. Log file is too large. (20MB)
The Vero is plugged in to my Sony BRAVIA KD77AG9 directly (HDMI 4), and the TV is using eARC back to my Denon AVC-X3700H amp (HDMI 2), so I am not using the HDMI switcher in the amp at the moment (I had some issues). Both the Sony and the Denon are on their latest firmware (the TV updated in the last week or so).
What can I do to provide some kind of useful logs?
Or is this a known issue? [I did try looking back in the forums, but couldn’t see an issue detailed like this]