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    Quote Originally Posted by jezbo View Post
    You can check how Muso is connecting to the db from your log file Morbeus, look for something like this in the muso2.log file (having turned diagnostics on):

    ScanDatabase: Connecting to data source=\\\\192.168.1.69\\squeezebox_db\\library.db ;version=3;read only=True;default timeout=3;failifmissing=True;legacy format=True;journal mode=Wal

    Note the read only=True - Muso only ever reads from the database.
    That is indeed what I see on the logs, jezbo. Thanks for verifying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mnyb View Post
    Running out of space in the system partition on the NAS can be it .

    Your screenshot it says 98% used ?
    Just to give everyone an update, before doing anything drastic I decided to heed Mnyb's advice and free up some more space on my NAS. I now have over 1 TB available and haven't had any crashes for over a week of use. I'll be sure to update this thread should the crashes return but so far so good.

    Thanks very much, Mnyb.

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    Spoke too soon.

    [18-01-13 22:17:07.7909] Slim::Schema::Storage::throw_exception (100) Error: DBI Exception: DBD::SQLite::st execute failed: database disk image is malformed [for Statement "INSERT INTO tracks (title,year,content_type,titlesort,added_time,upda ted_time,url,titlesearch,remote,urlmd5) VALUES (?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?)"]
    Trying to rebuild /volume1/@appstore/SqueezeCenter/Cache/library.db from scratch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morbeas View Post
    Just to give everyone an update, before doing anything drastic I decided to heed Mnyb's advice and free up some more space on my NAS. I now have over 1 TB available and haven't had any crashes for over a week of use. I'll be sure to update this thread should the crashes return but so far so good.

    Thanks very much, Mnyb.
    Aviable where ? note that the NAS share where your music probably is and it's system partition is not the same thing .
    The system partition may very well be full anyway it's usually kind of small on soma NAS
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    I actually had asked this question a few posts up but it got lost in the shuffle. Is there any way I can find out how much space is reserved for my system partition?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morbeas View Post
    I actually had asked this question a few posts up but it got lost in the shuffle. Is there any way I can find out how much space is reserved for my system partition?
    Run the following command using ssh will give you some idea of the system partition usage:
    Code:
    # df -h
    
    Somehow I get the idea that you still use Muso? Is that correct?

    Also, your post on the Synology Forum shows that Muso wants to write to your LMS database as well:
    https://forum.synology.com/enu/viewt...138442#p512273

    So, if you are using Muso, please follow Michael's advice and stop using it for a few weeks!

    Greetings,

    Martin

    [edit*] I see that the df command was mentioned earlier already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkdot View Post
    Run the following command using ssh will give you some idea of the system partition usage:
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    # df -h
    
    Somehow I get the idea that you still use Muso? Is that correct?

    Also, your post on the Synology Forum shows that Muso wants to write to your LMS database as well:
    https://forum.synology.com/enu/viewt...138442#p512273

    So, if you are using Muso, please follow Michael's advice and stop using it for a few weeks!

    Greetings,

    Martin

    [edit*] I see that the df command was mentioned earlier already.
    As the dev said in a post previously, muso connects in a read-only state. That error you posted was a fluke.

    Anyway, I first wanted to see if making some more space would provide the answer before I did something drastic like re-install everything from scratch (which would need to be the case if I take muso out of the equation). So I want to go down this route first to find out how much space my system partition has. If that also proves to not be the problem, then I'll remove the symlink, reinstall LMS from scratch and see how things go from there.

    So, here are the results of the df- h command. does this provide any new clues?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJanGo View Post
    Hi

    The anser was here

    Please stop lms
    Stop samba
    Clean your cache folder
    Start lms again
    DONT start samba again

    I didnt believe your Database get malformed again.

    Please try this out.

    IMHO LMS would show something in the logfile when there is no space left....
    If I don't start samba again how will my shared folders work? Am I missing something? Sorry if this is a n00b question, my linux knowledge is very limited.

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    Constantly crashing server(database image malformed)

    > As the dev said in a post previously, muso connects in a read-only
    > state. That error you posted was a fluke.


    And I said: turn it off. I'm a dev, too.

    You're asking for help, but you refuse to accept advice. If you know
    better, then don't ask. Or you're just wasting everybody's time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > As the dev said in a post previously, muso connects in a read-only
    > state. That error you posted was a fluke.


    And I said: turn it off. I'm a dev, too.

    You're asking for help, but you refuse to accept advice. If you know
    better, then don't ask. Or you're just wasting everybody's time.

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    No I know and I very much appreciate everyone's time. I just wanted to make sure that space wasn't the real culprit here. It's just that removing muso from the equation means I have to get rid of the symlink and reinstall LMS from scratch, so I wanted to first see if creating more space would help fix things before going all the way and having to reinstall.

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