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    There is somehting wrong with your system (probably unrelated) - all log message should be date & time stamped - yours are missing this. To fix this
    Stop Squeezebox Server, delete the log.conf file in your prefs directory, then restart the server.

    Also no DEBUG level message in the log - are you sure you have check box ticked when you clicked Apply.

    The log message won't tell the cause of the problem. Each subscribe fail is failure to subscribe to an event generator of a upnp "device" - if the device or devices can be identified it will hint at the root cause. I suspect network.

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    Ouch! Will deleting 'prefs' screw up any other settings?

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    Sorry bpa. I mis read your reply. Ignore my query about prefs...

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    "are you sure you have check box ticked when you clicked Apply?"

    Yes, I triple checked I'd done this.

    Weird!

    Will go ahead and relented the file you suggested. I'll be in touch. Thanks for sticking with this! ☺

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    Sorry bpa

    I'm not sure where we go from here. I appreciate your help, but the log is STILL not adding a date/time stamp.

    Appreciate any further advice - even if it means, we can't do any more until the server shows the timestamp.

    Onwards and upwards!
    Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by StevePalmer View Post
    Sorry bpa

    I'm not sure where we go from here. I appreciate your help, but the log is STILL not adding a date/time stamp.

    Appreciate any further advice - even if it means, we can't do any more until the server shows the timestamp.

    Onwards and upwards!
    Check Windows firewall and/or AV software.
    If LMS doesn't know what the time is then it is probably being blocked at TCP/IP level by something.
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    Good call d6jg!

    Ive switched off AV and the firewall, rebooted the PC, launched LMS, but it hasn't seemed to make any difference

    This is SO weird!
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    If timestamp are not re-appearing after log.conf file deleted - then the steps have not been done properly - sorry.

    1. LMS was not stopped/restarted - some users think stopping control panel stops LMS - it doesn't
    2. The log.conf file deleted was not the one is use by the LMS running - check the location of prefs directory thro' WebUI Setting/Information

    I suggest
    1. stop LMS. Make sure it is stopped by checking Web GUI is not working.
    2. Delete the logs.conf file. Check the directory the file has been deleted in case of permissions etc.
    3. Delete the server.log file
    4. Empty Windows rubbish bin
    5. start LMS.

    From WebGUI Setting/Information - check log to see iof timestamp ios back. If no time stamp please copy log.conf to a post.

    I checked the uPNP code - if DEBUG was enabled there would be a record of a "SUBSCRIBE" or "UNSUBSCRIBE" request with the origin URL before each of the "412" errors.

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    Cheers bpa. Appreciate your patience!

    I'll follow your steps again and post something later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StevePalmer View Post
    Cheers bpa. Appreciate your patience!

    I'll follow your steps again and post something later.
    THis is why I warned you abotu "is it worth the effort ?". I get the easy job. I know from experience repeating tests with slight variation can addle the brain - I've spent hours chasing "bugs" which were just due to my finger trouble. So from my perspective I have to assume finger trouble first rather than start exploring very unusual LMS behaviour.

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