Posts by mglae

    You can safely delete the core files:

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    1. find /storage/.cache/cores/ -type f -delete


    But most likely the failtng process continues crashing and generating core files. Keep an eye on the folder and post the output of ls -l /storage/.cache/cores when new files arrive.


    LibreELECs du command is using a block size of 512 bytes by default.

    Time to exchange your SD card.

    3181944kB kodi.bin RSS size in 4141 seconds (from dmesg) is unlikely for the found slow growing memory leak.


    In the crash log there are a lot of

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    1. 2019-06-15 21:10:02.489 T:139781078423296 NOTICE: VAAPI::Close
    2. 2019-06-15 21:10:02.489 T:139780029404928 NOTICE: COutput::OnExit: Output Thread terminated
    3. 2019-06-15 21:10:02.494 T:139780029404928 NOTICE: COutput::OnStartup: Output Thread created

    at the end before crashing in

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    1. Thread 1 (Thread 0x7f2151869700 (LWP 976)):
    2. #0 0x00007f2168678661 in vaDestroyContext () from /usr/lib/libva.so.2
    3. #1 0x00007f216781bf0c in ?? () from /usr/lib/libavcodec.so.58
    4. #2 0x00007f216745a88a in ?? () from /usr/lib/libavcodec.so.58
    5. #3 0x00007f216753c705 in ?? () from /usr/lib/libavcodec.so.58
    6. #4 0x00007f216753d551 in ?? () from /usr/lib/libavcodec.so.58
    7. [...]

    Looks like "something" fails an then run out of resources. ;-)


    Updated mesa and/or kernel driver may help on your hardware but there is no guaranty.

    iptvximple is terminating kodi while decompressing EPG data. Maybe OOM, check dmesg/journalctl.


    Remove the EPG data to fix the crash.