Posts by Iridium

    You could also try rpi-monitor.


    docker pull michaelmiklis/rpi-monitor


    Then run:


    and access via <ip-Address>:8888

    Well I think you have answered your own question. It has run out of memory and cannot swap anything to HDD.


    LE is designed as a just enough for Kodi and such has no need of a swap file. Considering what you are running is like asking a Mini Cooper to outperform a Ferrari.


    Your only real option is to offload some of the stuff to another machine or compile LE with swap support added.

    What are you trying to do? What hardware? What docker container are you using?


    How is this thread different from This? Please re-read our Forum Rules about double posting.


    Looks like you're trying to execute the dockerd program as a standalone.

    Unfortunately there is no simple answer, it all depends on your precise requirements (x265, 4K USB3 etc), and of course $$$.


    There are many threads asking the same question - you just need to search for them.


    As to dual booting. LE (AFIAK) should be able to play Netflix and Amazon prime, so there should be no need to dual boot,


    From previous threads an Intel Nuc or the OSMC Vero seem to be the devices to look at.

    I've been using a RPi3B+ with RPi TV HAT booting off of a SSD as boot and storage without any issues, The max I could get was 3 simultaneous HD downloads on the same MUX. (A few errors but acceptable).


    I would look as the USB as a bottleneck as this will be processing ethernet, file I/O, Wifi and TV Tuner. You could also be having power issues,


    Please provide the URL from

    dmesg|paste

    and

    Please provide a full debug log.

    How to post a log (wiki)

    1. Enable debugging in Settings>System Settings>Logging
    2. Restart Kodi
    3. Replicate the problem.

    Note: Full logs only. No partial or modified logs.

    Do not post your logs directly into the forum, use pastebin.com and post the link.

    I've got an RPi3B+ running LE 9.0.1 without experiencing this issue.


    When the problem occurs again can you.

    Please provide a full debug log.

    How to post a log (wiki)

    1. Enable debugging in Settings>System Settings>Logging
    2. Restart Kodi
    3. Replicate the problem.

    Note: Full logs only. No partial or modified logs.

    Do not post your logs directly into the forum, use pastebin.com and post the link.

    I'm not too sure what the title has to do with this thread - can you change it so that it reflects the problem you are having.


    Install network tool and system tools from the LE repository and reboot.


    Use IFTOP to monitor the network.

    Use NMON or HTOP to monitor I/O


    Or just use NMON to monitor both.


    You can also install a docker container called NETDATA Here which will allow a full system monitor from a web browser.

    Well I've played around with a variety of MPEG files (and DVD) on an old RPi1 with 8.2.5 & 9.0.1 and they all play fine. So that can't be the issue.


    Can you upload a snippet of an offending file (if legal).


    Also on the RPi0 after trying to play the file.

    Please provide a full debug log.

    How to post a log (wiki)

    1. Enable debugging in Settings>System Settings>Logging
    2. Restart Kodi
    3. Replicate the problem.

    Note: Full logs only. No partial or modified logs.

    Do not post your logs directly into the forum, use pastebin.com and post the link.

    What H/W (Crystal ball is in for it's 10,000 solution guessing service)?

    I would try a fresh install and if no success, post a screenshot of the problem.


    Also the URL from

    dmesg | paste

    and

    Please provide a full debug log.

    How to post a log (wiki)

    1. Enable debugging in Settings>System Settings>Logging
    2. Restart Kodi
    3. Replicate the problem.

    Note: Full logs only. No partial or modified logs.

    Do not post your logs directly into the forum, use pastebin.com and post the link.