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v19 LibreELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi (Kodi 19.0)
(2019-06-07, 08:38)tez1 Wrote: Sorry that should read VPN Manager not Open VPN

I'm not familiar with VPN Manager - this sounds like a third-party add-on. Please submit the requested log(s).
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(2019-06-07, 08:38)tez1 Wrote: Sorry that should read VPN Manager not Open VPN

Also note we have a VPN policy (wiki) for Kodi.
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It's Zomboided's add-on, installed from his repo.

As it's LE specific, questions on it should be posted on the relevant thread in the LE forum (it's a sticky in their addons section). There's a link to his repo on GitHub in the first post of that thread.
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(2019-06-07, 16:42)DarrenHill Wrote: It's Zomboided's add-on, installed from his repo.

As it's LE specific, questions on it should be posted on the relevant thread in the LE forum (it's a sticky in their addons section). There's a link to his repo on GitHub in the first post of that thread.

Thanks @DarrenHill.

I agree that for now, given the absence of any relevant logs that would indicate why this add-on is failing, and also the unofficial nature of the add-on, that discussion should continue in the add-on maintainers thread on the LibreELEC forum. If this should turn out to be a Kodi issue then please come back with logs etc.
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Since the mega bumps addons in the #0530 and all the next releases, my raspberry have 80% of the memory everytime
i roolback to the #0524 that is the the last working fine for me
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New LibreELEC.tv Matrix build #0607: RPi / RPi2
(Supercedes previous build)

SHA256 Checksum: 0286b46facd11750d7efa0c57ee30d2735c5925449aeed7393f6a6a5bf5fe0b7 (RPi)
SHA256 Checksum: 563288add986a75abb59587a446630324236f88ebd78c2373466ad75551d3a23 (RPi2)

# uname -a
Linux rpi512 5.1.7 #1 Fri Jun 7 21:08:28 BST 2019 armv6l GNU/Linux

# vcgencmd version
May 28 2019 16:24:29
Copyright © 2012 Broadcom
version f37252430f9659d04032b6e0123d7950e3f9d92c (clean) (release) (start_x)

# lsb_release
LibreELEC (Milhouse): devel-20190607210754-#0607-g17cda55 [Build #0607]

# Kodi version
Kodi (19.0-ALPHA1 Git:ea22102). Platform: Linux ARM 32-bit

Based on tip of LibreELEC.tv master (17cda55, changelog) and tip of XBMC master (ea22102, changelog) with the following modifications: Build Highlights:
  1. curl-7.65.1
  2. inputstream.adaptive-2.3.21
Build Details:
  1. XBMC:
    • Read APE tag embedded cover art (PR:16242, 2 commits, 1 file changed)
    • [cmake] pass all CPPFLAGS to libcpluff configure (PR:16247, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
    • cosmetics fixups after #16242 (8256da1)
  2. inputstream.adaptive:
    • Fix parsing PR ContentProtection KID (4cb15f0)
    • version bump 2.3.20 (b68d49e)
    • [DASH] initialize segment::range_begin_ for URL segments (c5e84dc)
    • version bump 2.3.21 (b1ea095)
  3. Additional commits/pull requests/changes not yet merged upstream:
    • Updated: [env] PR:3537 (perma): packages: mega bump
    • Reverted: [pkg] PR:16247: [cmake] pass all CPPFLAGS to libcpluff configure
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(2019-06-07, 21:37)germa18 Wrote: Since the mega bumps addons in the #0530 and all the next releases, my raspberry have 80% of the memory everytime
i roolback to the #0524 that is the the last working fine for me

I'm not sure what you mean - that your RPi is now using 80% memory, or that it has 80% free (and that it had more or less free before)? How are you measuring free/used memory? How much memory did your RPi have with #0524, #0529 and #0607? Is your device an RPi0/RPi1 or RPi2/RPi3/RPi3+? Do you see this difference immediately after booting, or some time later (possible memory leak)?

Why are you rolling back to #0524 and not #0529 - there are changes in #0528 and #0529 that could potentially affect Kodi memory consumption, and both builds pre-date the mega package bump.

These are the memory stats reported by bcmstat.sh on my RPi3+ with #0524, #0529 and #0607 respectively - I'm not seeing any significant memory free/used changes that would suggest an obvious problem:

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What add-ons do you have installed? Can you test with a "clean" .kodi (ie. without addons)?
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(2019-06-07, 23:04)Milhouse Wrote:
(2019-06-07, 21:37)germa18 Wrote: Since the mega bumps addons in the #0530 and all the next releases, my raspberry have 80% of the memory everytime
i roolback to the #0524 that is the the last working fine for me

I'm not sure what you mean - that your RPi is now using 80% memory, or that it has 80% free (and that it had more or less free before)? How are you measuring free/used memory? How much memory did your RPi have with #0524, #0529 and #0607? Is your device an RPi0/RPi1 or RPi2/RPi3/RPi3+? Do you see this difference immediately after booting, or some time later (possible memory leak)?

Why are you rolling back to #0524 and not #0529 - there are changes in #0528 and #0529 that could potentially affect Kodi memory consumption, and both builds pre-date the mega package bump.

These are the memory stats reported by bcmstat.sh on my RPi3+ with #0524, #0529 and #0607 respectively - I'm not seeing any significant memory free/used changes that would suggest an obvious problem:

ImageImageImage

What add-ons do you have installed? Can you test with a "clean" .kodi (ie. without addons)? 
Latest builds eating more memory... I dont know where is the problem, but I see various out of memory and reboots.

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@Milhouse  Checked situation with reference to being unable to access VPN Manager Add-on in latest nightlies ref earlier post, where it was stated issue occured from nightly build #0528 onwards. (Thanks @tez1)

LibreELEC settings - Kodi.log #0524, Add-on access OK
LibreELEC settings - Kodi.log #0528, Add-on access NOK

Quick look in logs and within #0528 there is keymapping error that is not present in #0524
Code:
2019-06-08 16:04:03.403 T:1615127424 NOTICE: VPN Mgr : (service.py) Addon path is /storage/.kodi/addons/service.vpn.manager/
2019-06-08 16:04:18.823 T:1932140560 ERROR: Keymapping error: no such action 'playmedia("")' defined
Note: Also informed add-on maintainer in libreELEC forum, see HERE
rPi3B+, SanDisk Ultra 8Gb SD, Milhouse kernel_5.x LE ​Testbuild (Kodi 19 Matrix) -> Onkyo TX-SR608 AV Receiver -> Philips 42" LCD TV
KVIM2 Pro, SanDisk Ultra 8Gb SD, kernel_5.x LE Testbuild (Kodi 19 Matrix) -> LG 27UD69-W 4K Monitor -> AudioEngine A2+ Speakers
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Both your logs are the same, for #0524. I think you meant to enter http://ix.io/1Lf6 for #0528.

I'm not sure what change in #0528 would cause the playmedia error - this would really be best answered by the add-on maintainer but apparently he's not interested in helping.

Any chance you could enable debug logging and resubmit the #0524 and #0528 logs as that might include more clues leading up to this error, and maybe someone will have an idea leading to a fix.

Or not, in which case this add-on can remain broken until Kodi 19 is released, and maybe then the maintainer will decide to get involved...
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(2019-06-08, 17:52)Milhouse Wrote: Both your logs are the same, for #0524. I think you meant to enter http://ix.io/1Lf6 for #0528.

I'm not sure what change in #0528 would cause the playmedia error - this would really be best answered by the add-on maintainer but apparently he's not interested in helping.

Any chance you could enable debug logging and resubmit the #0524 and #0528 logs as that might include more clues leading up to this error, and maybe someone will have an idea leading to a fix.

Or not, in which case this add-on can remain broken until Kodi 19 is released, and maybe then the maintainer will decide to get involved...
Thanks, apologies I have corrected hyperlink typo in my previous post. Will get on, it to produce kodi.logs with debug switched on.

---edited to include logs with debug on---

#0524 Kodi Debug Log
#0528 Kodi Debug Log
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(2019-06-07, 23:04)Milhouse Wrote:
(2019-06-07, 21:37)germa18 Wrote: Since the mega bumps addons in the #0530 and all the next releases, my raspberry have 80% of the memory everytime
i roolback to the #0524 that is the the last working fine for me

I'm not sure what you mean - that your RPi is now using 80% memory, or that it has 80% free (and that it had more or less free before)? How are you measuring free/used memory? How much memory did your RPi have with #0524, #0529 and #0607? Is your device an RPi0/RPi1 or RPi2/RPi3/RPi3+? Do you see this difference immediately after booting, or some time later (possible memory leak)?

Why are you rolling back to #0524 and not #0529 - there are changes in #0528 and #0529 that could potentially affect Kodi memory consumption, and both builds pre-date the mega package bump.

These are the memory stats reported by bcmstat.sh on my RPi3+ with #0524, #0529 and #0607 respectively - I'm not seeing any significant memory free/used changes that would suggest an obvious problem:

ImageImageImage

What add-ons do you have installed? Can you test with a "clean" .kodi (ie. without addons)?    
I tested the #0529 it's  the latest build working fine for me
So the problem is since the #0530
I only have 20% left of free ram on all builds starting to the #0530 and all the others (included the latest) - it happen at the boot / reboot, no app lauch at all
i don't change anything with apps installed, so it's very likely a build issue somewhere
I'm on RBPI3, when i launch your command "bcmstat.sh" i don't have all the details with mem free  / used
can you do a build #0608 with no megabump PR? i will be able to check if it's the problem like i think so.
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(2019-06-04, 23:47)Milhouse Wrote: @Xeno:

(2019-06-04, 17:00)Milhouse Wrote: Also, with #0528 can you attempt to mount your USB drive then run journalctrl -a | pastebinit and post the link.

I don't have an exfat formatted drive (is this what you are using?) but plugging in an USB drive formatted with NTFS is working fine with #0604:

Yes. The drive is exFAT.

Will give the latest version a try.

Thanks for your help and great work!
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New LibreELEC.tv Matrix build #0608: RPi / RPi2
(Supercedes previous build)

SHA256 Checksum: 3d0c17912a7140a92e20ace2f5e96e473527d34cb6f3102379fc138dd6ba7730 (RPi)
SHA256 Checksum: 6a10a38bdc0c09387d1c50b3a852275605faca0a8ccb2b7e51c04091a291cd87 (RPi2)

# uname -a
Linux rpi512 5.1.7 #1 Sat Jun 8 21:04:25 BST 2019 armv6l GNU/Linux

# vcgencmd version
May 28 2019 16:24:29
Copyright © 2012 Broadcom
version f37252430f9659d04032b6e0123d7950e3f9d92c (clean) (release) (start_x)

# lsb_release
LibreELEC (Milhouse): devel-20190608210350-#0608-g17cda55 [Build #0608]

# Kodi version
Kodi (19.0-ALPHA1 Git:ea22102). Platform: Linux ARM 32-bit

Based on tip of LibreELEC.tv master (17cda55, changelog) and tip of XBMC master (ea22102, changelog) with the following modifications: Build Highlights:
  1. heimdal: update to heimdal-7.7.0
  2. openssl: update to openssl-1.1.1c
Build Details:
  1. Additional commits/pull requests/changes not yet merged upstream:
    • Updated: [env] PR:3539 (perma): cleanup: Remove code related to kernels 3.14 and 3.10 on WiFi drivers.
    • Added: [env] PR:3546 (perma): openssl: update to openssl-1.1.1c
    • Added: [env] PR:3547 (perma): heimdal: update to heimdal-7.7.0
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(2019-06-08, 20:46)germa18 Wrote:
(2019-06-07, 23:04)Milhouse Wrote:
(2019-06-07, 21:37)germa18 Wrote: Since the mega bumps addons in the #0530 and all the next releases, my raspberry have 80% of the memory everytime
i roolback to the #0524 that is the the last working fine for me

I'm not sure what you mean - that your RPi is now using 80% memory, or that it has 80% free (and that it had more or less free before)? How are you measuring free/used memory? How much memory did your RPi have with #0524, #0529 and #0607? Is your device an RPi0/RPi1 or RPi2/RPi3/RPi3+? Do you see this difference immediately after booting, or some time later (possible memory leak)?

Why are you rolling back to #0524 and not #0529 - there are changes in #0528 and #0529 that could potentially affect Kodi memory consumption, and both builds pre-date the mega package bump.

These are the memory stats reported by bcmstat.sh on my RPi3+ with #0524, #0529 and #0607 respectively - I'm not seeing any significant memory free/used changes that would suggest an obvious problem:

ImageImageImage

What add-ons do you have installed? Can you test with a "clean" .kodi (ie. without addons)?    
I tested the #0529 it's  the latest build working fine for me
So the problem is since the #0530
I only have 20% left of free ram on all builds starting to the #0530 and all the others (included the latest) - it happen at the boot / reboot, no app lauch at all
i don't change anything with apps installed, so it's very likely a build issue somewhere
I'm on RBPI3, when i launch your command "bcmstat.sh" i don't have all the details with mem free  / used
can you do a build #0608 with no megabump PR? i will be able to check if it's the problem like i think so.

Same problem here! Only 15% ram free after start kodi.
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