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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Sometimes we should talk :-):
    In hindsight yes but I'm sure we both have "unconventional" systems and so assume that problems are more likely of our own making.

    However recently I became convinced of a LMS issue and was preparing to look at LMS just as mavit did but wasn't sure of the tools. Talking would have helped but I wanted to get more info first as the problem was hard to pin down as for me it seemed to be a general networking issue not restricted to repos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpd73 View Post
    Do you think this may also be the cause of the slow resize of radio paradise images when using LMS and not mysqueezebox.com? These are fetched via https, and as the images are not that big I can't see why it would take LMS so long to resize.
    I just updated LMS after seeing your post. I switched back to local image resizing and there is no long delay any more

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    LMS hard wedge when plugin reposnot available

    > I just updated LMS after seeing your post. I switched back to local
    > image resizing and there is no long delay any more


    Wow... I'm surprised by this. What OS would you be using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > I just updated LMS after seeing your post. I switched back to local
    > image resizing and there is no long delay any more


    Wow... I'm surprised by this. What OS would you be using?

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    Max2play based on Raspbian Stretch. I checked by switching between mysqueezebox and local resizing twice and monitoring the network connections in Firefox to make sure I wasn't imagining things.

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    LMS hard wedge when plugin reposnot available

    > Max2play based on Raspbian Stretch. I checked by switching between
    > mysqueezebox and local resizing twice and monitoring the network
    > connections in Firefox to make sure I wasn't imagining things.


    You'd also have to wipe cache.db and imgproxy.db in order to make sure
    the internal image proxy is really re-downloading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > Max2play based on Raspbian Stretch. I checked by switching between
    > mysqueezebox and local resizing twice and monitoring the network
    > connections in Firefox to make sure I wasn't imagining things.


    You'd also have to wipe cache.db and imgproxy.db in order to make sure
    the internal image proxy is really re-downloading.

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    I was skipping tracks so new images would need to be downloaded.

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    LMS hard wedge when plugin reposnot available

    > I was skipping tracks so new images would need to be downloaded.

    Good news then! Great!

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    thank you Michael!

    For some time I've been unable to connect at all; with this fix, I could connect, but was then getting repo timeouts in the logs

    Updating my Debian (unstable) SSL pkgs (openssl, python-openssl, python3-openssl) seems to have cured that too.

    Marvellous! thanks again.

    Now to deal with the loss of Ickstream.

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