After my Raspberry Pi 3+ running LibreELEC ran an auto-update to 9.2.6 and rebootet, it showed me the desktop (as usual), started to re-index my music files via NFS-share (as usual) and after probably three seconds, rebooted. This loop was going on a couple of times until I unplugged the power.
Now I tried to put a freshly downloaded LibreELEC-RPi2.arm-9.2.6.img in the update directory (via mounting the SD card on my desktop computer). This image got installed according to the boot messages but the boot loop persists.
I then downloaded LibreELEC-RPi2.arm-9.2.4.img.gz (because 9.2.5 was not available by just guessing the file name) and downgraded the device. Same boot loop.
I'm not very familiar with those issues. However, since KODI is showing me the "desktop" and re-indexing starts, I guess that booting in general works. Maybe something with the re-indexing of the music archive fails or anything other running in background fails?
The log file .kodi/temp/kodi.log does not show anything suspicious to me except one ERROR line in-between (not the last log line!) which goes like:
Being no pro with the internals of KODI, I don't know what to do now.
I could guess that it's worth trying to disable the auto-indexer for the music via config files (somebody needs to point me the direction) and try again.
I guess I could disable other background jobs that run after booting, if this is possible.
Any help very much appreciated!