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    Quote Originally Posted by bpa View Post
    Not for me. IIRC Radio.net shuffles search results so different results each time except with LMS caches catches repeat search with same terms.
    If I search in the default skin for 90.9 it seems to ignore the .9 and gives results as if the search had been for 90. In the Material skin searching for 90.9 works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    If I search in the default skin for 90.9 it seems to ignore the .9 and gives results as if the search had been for 90. In the Material skin searching for 90.9 works.
    Plugin uses the LMS OPML query facility - IIRC it removes all characters that can pattern match (i.e search for 90.0 becomes 90 9) - it is usually OK for names - searching for frequencies is not great. Not sure how LMS Radio/Tunein Search manages to get around it - probably not using OPML query.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakos View Post
    Restart of squeezlite via pCP main page fails.
    If restarting squeezelite fails, that normally means squeezelite is crashing. And that would also cause the jivelite problems since the player is not connected to LMS anymore. Reboot your system, then go to the squeezelite page and turn on logging.

    Since your are saying it's causing system instability, I would connect to the system with ssh, and run

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    tail -f /var/log/pcp_squeezelite.log
    Now try to play what causes the problem and see if there is anything in the log.

    PS. Where is your LMS server?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bpa View Post
    Plugin uses the LMS OPML query facility - IIRC it removes all characters that can pattern match (i.e search for 90.0 becomes 90 9) - it is usually OK for names - searching for frequencies is not great. Not sure how LMS Radio/Tunein Search manages to get around it - probably not using OPML query.
    It does seem to search as expected in Material though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    It does seem to search as expected in Material though.
    You're right. The mysteries of LMS. I suppose the JS or page handler of Classic WebUI may be filtering the entered data.

    Curious the icon for Jazzy Radio is different in Radio.net compared to Tunein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpa View Post
    You're right. The mysteries of LMS. I suppose the JS or page handler of Classic WebUI may be filtering the entered data.

    Curious the icon for Jazzy Radio is different in Radio.net compared to Tunein.
    I just tried the Classic skin and the search fails there as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    If restarting squeezelite fails, that normally means squeezelite is crashing. And that would also cause the jivelite problems since the player is not connected to LMS anymore. Reboot your system, then go to the squeezelite page and turn on logging.

    Since your are saying it's causing system instability, I would connect to the system with ssh, and run

    Code:
    tail -f /var/log/pcp_squeezelite.log
    Now try to play what causes the problem and see if there is anything in the log.

    PS. Where is your LMS server?
    LMS is local. It is a standalone device on an RPi2.

    The result is strange.
    If I enable all=sdebug, then the fault disappears. After selecting the broken station I got an error message on the screen about connection failure and the system is working fine, another station can be selected.

    With all=debug settings the logs below can be seen.

    Code:
    [21:02:27.114015] process:521 audg
    [21:02:27.114121] process_audg:433 audg gainL: 2048 gainR: 2048 adjust: 1
    [21:02:27.114157] set_volume:233 setting internal gain left: 2048 right: 2048
    [21:02:27.126490] process:521 strm
    [21:02:27.126597] process_strm:274 strm command s
    [21:02:27.126631] process_strm:344 strm s autostart: 3 transition period: 10 transition type: 0 codec: m
    [21:02:27.126665] sendSTAT:189 STAT: STMf
    [21:02:27.126784] codec_open:264 codec open: 'm'
    [21:02:27.126823] codec_open:281 closing codec: 'a'
    [21:02:27.127070] _tcp_connect:486 connecting to 94.199.183.186:80
    [21:02:27.133442] stream_sock:577 header: GET /jazzy.mp3 HTTP/1.0
    Cache-Control: no-cache
    Connection: close
    Accept: */*
    Host: 94.199.183.186
    User-Agent: iTunes/4.7.1 (Linux; N; piCore; armv8l-linux; EN; utf8) SqueezeCenter, Squeezebox Server, Logitech Media Server/8.0.0/1590399854
    Icy-MetaData: 1
    
    
    [21:02:27.133624] sendSTAT:189 STAT: STMc
    [21:02:27.133871] process_strm:377 set fade mode: 0
    [21:02:27.133993] process:521 audg
    [21:02:27.134036] process_audg:433 audg gainL: 2048 gainR: 2048 adjust: 1
    [21:02:27.134069] set_volume:233 setting internal gain left: 2048 right: 2048
    After that the log is frozen. No more entry whatever I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakos View Post
    LMS is local. It is a standalone device on an RPi2..
    Just to eliminate possible https issues.

    What OS is LMS runngin on ?
    What version of LMS ?
    What version of IO::Socket::SSL - found in LMS WebUI Settings/Information page/
    What version of Squeezelite ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpa View Post
    Just to eliminate possible https issues.

    What OS is LMS runngin on ?
    What version of LMS ?
    What version of IO::Socket::SSL - found in LMS WebUI Settings/Information page/
    What version of Squeezelite ?
    This is a standard piCorePlayer installation on a RPi with an 5''LCD and Hifiberry AMP+

    Logitech Media Server Version: 8.0.0 - 1590399854 @ Mon May 25 12:25:07 CEST 2020
    Operating system: piCore - EN - utf8
    Platform Architecture: armv8l-linux
    Perl Version: 5.28.2 - arm-linux-gnueabihf-thread-multi-64int
    Audio::Scan: 1.02
    IO::Socket::SSL: 2.066
    Database Version: DBD::SQLite 1.58 (sqlite 3.22.0)

    Player Model: SqueezeLite
    Player Type: squeezelite
    Firmware: v1.9.7-1270-pCP

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakos View Post
    LMS is local. It is a standalone device on an RPi2.

    The result is strange.
    If I enable all=sdebug, then the fault disappears. After selecting the broken station I got an error message on the screen about connection failure and the system is working fine, another station can be selected.

    With all=debug settings the logs below can be seen.

    Code:
    [21:02:27.114015] process:521 audg
    [21:02:27.114121] process_audg:433 audg gainL: 2048 gainR: 2048 adjust: 1
    [21:02:27.114157] set_volume:233 setting internal gain left: 2048 right: 2048
    [21:02:27.126490] process:521 strm
    [21:02:27.126597] process_strm:274 strm command s
    [21:02:27.126631] process_strm:344 strm s autostart: 3 transition period: 10 transition type: 0 codec: m
    [21:02:27.126665] sendSTAT:189 STAT: STMf
    [21:02:27.126784] codec_open:264 codec open: 'm'
    [21:02:27.126823] codec_open:281 closing codec: 'a'
    [21:02:27.127070] _tcp_connect:486 connecting to 94.199.183.186:80
    [21:02:27.133442] stream_sock:577 header: GET /jazzy.mp3 HTTP/1.0
    Cache-Control: no-cache
    Connection: close
    Accept: */*
    Host: 94.199.183.186
    User-Agent: iTunes/4.7.1 (Linux; N; piCore; armv8l-linux; EN; utf8) SqueezeCenter, Squeezebox Server, Logitech Media Server/8.0.0/1590399854
    Icy-MetaData: 1
    
    
    [21:02:27.133624] sendSTAT:189 STAT: STMc
    [21:02:27.133871] process_strm:377 set fade mode: 0
    [21:02:27.133993] process:521 audg
    [21:02:27.134036] process_audg:433 audg gainL: 2048 gainR: 2048 adjust: 1
    [21:02:27.134069] set_volume:233 setting internal gain left: 2048 right: 2048
    After that the log is frozen. No more entry whatever I do.
    You should get a server log with player.streaming.remote and player.source set to info or debug to see what LMS says.
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