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    [solved] can't access web control page after installation of lms

    Hi.

    I've been using lms v7.7.5 (http://mysqueezebox.com/download) several years on Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS without any hiccups. Couple of days ago, lms just stopped responding. Squeezebox clients cannot find lms. I cannot access to the web page through http://<server_ip>:9000.

    I booted ubuntu. No change. Then uninstalled lms and re.installed lms v7.7.5 (tried also 7.9)
    Code:
    weirdinin@ubuntu:~$ sudo dpkg -i /media/flexraidpool/public/janne/logitechmediaserver_7.7.5_all.deb
    Selecting previously unselected package logitechmediaserver.
    (Luetaan tietokantaa... 116580 files and directories currently installed.)
    Preparing to unpack .../logitechmediaserver_7.7.5_all.deb ...
    Unpacking logitechmediaserver (7.7.5) ...
    Tehdään asetuksia: logitechmediaserver (7.7.5) ...
    Lisätään järjestelmäkäyttäjä `squeezeboxserver' (UID 106) ...
    Lisätään uusi käyttäjä `squeezeboxserver' (UID 106), joka lisätään ryhmään `nogroup' ...
    Ei luoda kotihakemistoa `/usr/share/squeezeboxserver'.
    Making sure that Logitech Media Server is not running first: start-stop-daemon: warning: failed to kill 2682: No such process
    No process in pidfile '/var/run/logitechmediaserver.pid' found running; none killed.
    Starting Logitech Media Server.
    Processing triggers for ureadahead (0.100.0-12) ...
    ureadahead will be reprofiled on next reboot
    weirdinin@ubuntu:~$
    Still not working.

    Any ideas how to troubleshoot this one?
    Last edited by weirdinin; 2017-03-12 at 12:28.

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    Do you have installed Kaspersky recently?
    There is an issue with it's web injection script that stops loading lms webif completely.
    You can stop that script somewhere in Kaspersky but since I only read about that, I don't know exactly where.

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    Kaspersky, the Anti-virus software? No, I haven't.

    I forgot to mention, that I replaced an old data hdd to a new one and booted Ubuntu on that day when lms stopped working. Could that be the reason? Old data hdd did not include any lms data files, only media files. And lms worked just fine after installation. I did the installation in the morning and used lms all day long. In the evening it stopped responding.

    I've bee thinking about formatting my whole server and build everything from the scratch, except media files of course, but that's the last option.

    Anything else I could try?

    btw, there's three subfolders (Plugins, cache, prefs) in /var/lib/squeezeboxserver/ but in those subfolder there's nothing. Shouldn't at least server.prefs appear when lms is installed?

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    can't access web control page afterinstallation of lms

    > btw, there's three subfolders (Plugins, cache, prefs) in
    > /var/lib/squeezeboxserver/ but in those subfolder, there's nothing.


    What would

    ls -l /var/lib/squeezeboxserver

    give you?

    Did you recently update your system? What about

    perl -v

    ?

    --

    Michael

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    can't access web control page after installation of lms

    i think the thread title shows the wrong way....

    Quote Originally Posted by weirdinin View Post
    Hi.

    I've been using lms v7.7.5 (http://mysqueezebox.com/download) several years on Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS without any hiccups. Couple of days ago, lms just stopped responding. Squeezebox clients cannot find lms. I cannot access to the web page through http://<server_ip>:9000.
    Any ideas how to troubleshoot this one?
    The input of eg.

    • cat /var/log/apt/history.log
    • df -h
    • free

    may help...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJanGo View Post
    • cat /var/log/apt/history.log
    • df -h
    • free

    may help...
    Thanks you! I checked df and there was not any space left in system hard disc. Deleted some files and now lms is working again.

    This is not lms related but what the heck is taking all the space?

    du -hs /* shows:
    Code:
    weirdinin@ubuntu:/$ sudo du -hs /*
    7,6M    /bin
    48M     /boot
    12K     /dev
    8,2M    /etc
    4,0K    /external
    3,5G    /home
    0       /initrd.img
    0       /initrd.img.old
    401M    /lib
    3,5M    /lib32
    4,0K    /lib64
    16K     /lost+found
    36K     /media
    4,0K    /media2
    4,0K    /media3
    4,0K    /media4
    4,0K    /media5
    4,0K    /media6
    4,0K    /media7
    4,0K    /mnt
    4,0K    /net.yavdr
    208K    /opt
    0       /proc
    16T     /root
    1,3M    /run
    8,8M    /sbin
    32K     /srv
    0       /sys
    16K     /tmp
    2,3G    /usr
    12G     /var
    0       /vmlinuz
    0       /vmlinuz.old
    weirdinin@ubuntu:/$
    df -h:
    Code:
    weirdinin@ubuntu:/$ sudo df -h
    Tiedostojrjestelm  Koko  Kyt Vapaa Ky% Liitospiste
    /dev/sda1            110G  109G  360M 100% /
    none                 4,0K     0  4,0K   0% /sys/fs/cgroup
    udev                 3,8G   12K  3,8G   1% /dev
    tmpfs                768M  1,3M  766M   1% /run
    none                 5,0M     0  5,0M   0% /run/lock
    none                 3,8G     0  3,8G   0% /run/shm
    none                 100M     0  100M   0% /run/user
    overflow             1,0M   16K 1008K   2% /tmp
    /dev/sdb1            2,7T  2,7T  2,8G 100% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{6289e715-c89a-4c6d-836f-bfc411208952}
    /dev/sdd1            2,7T  2,7T  2,2G 100% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{df9f5420-39ca-4e41-bf8d-21623cb8a4d8}
    /dev/sdc1            2,7T  2,7T   11G 100% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{9d205cff-09c4-47d0-8c0a-3d6fb0913b03}
    /dev/sdf1            2,7T  2,7T   20G 100% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{55036583-348f-45e4-8fcb-c6ad2f71105d}
    /dev/sdh1            1,8T  1,8T   20G  99% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{289afdd3-c634-466e-9c19-24225cc24f36}
    /dev/sdg1            1,8T  1,8T   18G 100% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{35b46dfe-4e15-4428-9d92-89974acb4da5}
    /dev/sde1            2,7T  1,4T  1,4T  50% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{9b5e6ab3-2865-4608-a048-b295be1bdff2}
    weirdinin@ubuntu:/$

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJanGo View Post
    • cat /var/log/apt/history.log
    • df -h
    • free

    may help...
    Thanks you! I checked df and there was not any space left in system hard disc. Deleted some files and now lms is working again.

    This is not lms related but what the heck is taking all the space?

    du -hs /* shows:
    Code:
    weirdinin@ubuntu:/$ sudo du -hs /*
    7,6M    /bin
    48M     /boot
    12K     /dev
    8,2M    /etc
    4,0K    /external
    3,5G    /home
    0       /initrd.img
    0       /initrd.img.old
    401M    /lib
    3,5M    /lib32
    4,0K    /lib64
    16K     /lost+found
    36K     /media
    4,0K    /media2
    4,0K    /media3
    4,0K    /media4
    4,0K    /media5
    4,0K    /media6
    4,0K    /media7
    4,0K    /mnt
    4,0K    /net.yavdr
    208K    /opt
    0       /proc
    16T     /root
    1,3M    /run
    8,8M    /sbin
    32K     /srv
    0       /sys
    16K     /tmp
    2,3G    /usr
    12G     /var
    0       /vmlinuz
    0       /vmlinuz.old
    weirdinin@ubuntu:/$
    df -h:
    Code:
    weirdinin@ubuntu:/$ sudo df -h
    Tiedostojrjestelm  Koko  Kyt Vapaa Ky% Liitospiste
    /dev/sda1            110G  109G  360M 100% /
    none                 4,0K     0  4,0K   0% /sys/fs/cgroup
    udev                 3,8G   12K  3,8G   1% /dev
    tmpfs                768M  1,3M  766M   1% /run
    none                 5,0M     0  5,0M   0% /run/lock
    none                 3,8G     0  3,8G   0% /run/shm
    none                 100M     0  100M   0% /run/user
    overflow             1,0M   16K 1008K   2% /tmp
    /dev/sdb1            2,7T  2,7T  2,8G 100% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{6289e715-c89a-4c6d-836f-bfc411208952}
    /dev/sdd1            2,7T  2,7T  2,2G 100% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{df9f5420-39ca-4e41-bf8d-21623cb8a4d8}
    /dev/sdc1            2,7T  2,7T   11G 100% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{9d205cff-09c4-47d0-8c0a-3d6fb0913b03}
    /dev/sdf1            2,7T  2,7T   20G 100% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{55036583-348f-45e4-8fcb-c6ad2f71105d}
    /dev/sdh1            1,8T  1,8T   20G  99% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{289afdd3-c634-466e-9c19-24225cc24f36}
    /dev/sdg1            1,8T  1,8T   18G 100% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{35b46dfe-4e15-4428-9d92-89974acb4da5}
    /dev/sde1            2,7T  1,4T  1,4T  50% /root/FlexRAID-Managed-Pool/class1_0/{9b5e6ab3-2865-4608-a048-b295be1bdff2}
    weirdinin@ubuntu:/$
    edit. solved. I decided to format ubuntu. Now it's up and running again.
    Last edited by weirdinin; 2017-03-12 at 12:26.

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