I have a bit of an odd issue, where after a power cycle, any video will play normally and if I continue watching things without any real idle time, things keep working. However, when I am not playing something, and come back to watch something later on, the video does not play and I am, stuck at the “loading” animation. Sometimes, I can still press the stop button, but this usually just freezes the entire interface, where I am forced to do a power cycle. After the Vero boots up, I am again in the same cycle, where I can watch something without issue.
I have also noted that after a video playing some time (Lets say halfway through a movie), I am not able to perform any kind of skipping as it freezes the video and gets stuck on loading, whereas on a clean boot, I can fast forward/go back as much as I want.
For the record, I am running nightlies, so this may have something to do with it, but I have had this issue for over 2 months now, and since I havent seen anyone else mention these kind of problems doubt it’s the source of the issue.
This log was taken from the same “broken” session as the previous, just that debugging is now enabled when I tried to start a new show.
You will probably have to look at the Kodi Old Log, as the GUI completely froze after I issued a Stop command while the loading icon was spinning and I was forced to power cycle the device before I could use the log uploader.
My NAS is simply a Windows 10 machine serving the files from a shared drive. My drives to sleep after 20 minutes of inactivity, could this be a problem? Shouldnt Kodi wait for the drive to be available?
I have, for now, switched to the internal connection, and will also report back on that once I have news.