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  • #3065
    Avatarvryf
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    Bonsoir,
    Je viens juste de réessayer une mise à jour depuis le centre de paquet, et la version 1.3.1 s’est installée ce qui est nouveau. Par contre, le paquet est vu “A l’arrêt” et refuse de démarrer.
    Ce qui est curieux c’est que pulse-station semble opérationnel depuis l’interface administrateur “/http://n°IP/PulseStation/administration…”
    Est-ce normal ?
    Cordialement,
    FV

    NAS DS212 – DSM 6.0-7321

    #3066
    MikaMika
    Maître des clés

    Oui, c’est normal.
    Normalement la fonctionnalité “start” de package center sert à démarrer le service core.
    Il semblerait que depuis la mise en jour en DSM6 ca ne fonctionne plus comme il faut.

    Ce n’est pas vraimement un problème tant que le service “Core” (et les autres) fonctionne.

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    Yes it’s normal.
    Normally the “start” functionnality of the package center is used to start the core service.
    It seems that since DSM6 that functionnality doesnt work correctly.

    It’s not really a blocking issue if the core service (and the others) starts correctly.

    #3067
    Avatarrobertifoc
    Participant

    this is the reply :

    #########@NAScasa:/volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core$ ./core
    ./core: /lib/libstdc++.so.6: no version information available (required by ./core)
    ./core: /lib/libstdc++.so.6: no version information available (required by ./core)
    ./core: /lib/libstdc++.so.6: no version information available (required by ./core)
    Failed to bind to port 4020: Address already in use
    2016-03-29 19:58:51.669 Starting service Core at port : 4020
    2016-03-29 19:59:01.672 Forwarding message : 0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART
    24926
    NRUN
    2016-03-29 19:59:02.041 Message Finished, remove it from the stack (0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART)
    2016-03-29 19:59:11.043 Forwarding message : 0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART
    25047

    ……

    #3069
    AvatarLaplaceII
    Participant

    Hi Mika,

    could you see anything in the quotes 3063&3065?

    Meanwhile I uninstalled PulseStation -> Restarted my NAS -> installed Pulsestation -> Restarted my NAS -> opened PulseStation -> nothing changed -> Core Service green check mark, Identification and Scene Service red cross…

    Hope you can solve my problems…

    Regards
    Michael

    #3070
    AvatarLaplaceII
    Participant

    I mean quotes 3063&3064, sorry!

    #3071
    MikaMika
    Maître des clés

    It looks like your core service is already running.

    Try “killall core” before trying to run the command.

    Mikael

    #3072
    AvatarLaplaceII
    Participant

    Hi Mika,

    I executed core in a ssh client again. Here is te report:

    Failed to bind to port 4020: Address already in use
    2016-03-29 22:06:42.710 Starting service Core at port : 4020
    2016-03-29 22:06:51.793 Forwarding message : 0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART
    23369
    NRUN
    2016-03-29 22:06:52.641 Message Finished, remove it from the stack (0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART)
    PHP Warning: file_get_contents(/volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core/../../usr/queue.json): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core/queue.php on line 11

    Warning: file_get_contents(/volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core/../../usr/queue.json): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core/queue.php on line 11
    PHP Warning: fopen(/volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core/../../usr/queue_treated.json): failed to open stream: Permission denied in /volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core/utils.php on line 3

    Warning: fopen(/volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core/../../usr/queue_treated.json): failed to open stream: Permission denied in /volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core/utils.php on line 3
    2016-03-29 22:07:01.793 Forwarding message : 0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART
    23897
    NRUN
    2016-03-29 22:07:03.142 Message Finished, remove it from the stack (0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART)
    2016-03-29 22:07:11.213 Forwarding message : 0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART
    24454
    NRUN
    2016-03-29 22:07:11.967 Message Finished, remove it from the stack (0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART)
    2016-03-29 22:07:21.053 Forwarding message : 0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART
    25078
    NRUN
    2016-03-29 22:07:22.047 Message Finished, remove it from the stack (0|HUB|HUB|AUTORESTART)
    PHP Warning: file_get_contents(/volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core/../../usr/queue.json): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core/queue.php on line 11

    Afterwards the lines do repeat

    Would be pleased for your help!

    Regards
    Michael

    #3073
    AvatarLaplaceII
    Participant

    Hi MIka,

    I tried to use the command “killall core”. Without success and the following message of my ssh client:
    /volume1/web/PulseStation/services/core$ killall core
    core(7976): Operation not permitted
    core(8008): Operation not permitted
    core: no process found

    ?? What to do ??
    Michael

    #3074
    MikaMika
    Maître des clés

    are you logged as “root” ? if not try it. It’s the same password as your admin account

    #3075
    AvatarK.Rens
    Maître des clés

    Hi,

    Your log says the problem:
    Failed to bind to port 4020: Address already in use
    => This means something is already running on port 4020, and our service cannot start.

    You can try in ssh to stop all running PulseStation services:
    kill $(ps | grep ‘PulseStation’ | awk ‘{print $1}’)

    Afterwards just run the core again.

    Kind regards,
    K.Rens

    #3077
    AvatarLaplaceII
    Participant

    Hi,

    your syntax seem to be wrong
    kill S(ps | grep ‘PulseStation’ | awk ‘{print S1}’) does not work

    How can I log in as root?

    Regards
    Michael

    #3078
    AvatarLaplaceII
    Participant

    Hi Mika,

    root login with my admin passwort does not work…

    Regards
    Michael

    #3079
    AvatarK.Rens
    Maître des clés

    Hi, you typed S instead of the dollar sign?
    For me my command is working.

    If you get permission errors, try loggin in as admin via ssh.
    You can then execute commands as root using following prefix: sudo

    Eg:
    sudo kill $(ps | grep ‘PulseStation’ | awk ‘{print $1}’)

    Kind regards,
    K.Rens

    #3080
    AvatarLaplaceII
    Participant

    Hi,

    I got the following message, the password was my admin password:

    admin@Lexi:~$ sudo kill $(ps | grep ‘PulseStation’ | awk ‘{print $1}’)

    We trust you have received the usual lecture from the local System
    Administrator. It usually boils down to these three things:

    #1) Respect the privacy of others.
    #2) Think before you type.
    #3) With great power comes great responsibility.

    Password:
    kill: not enough arguments
    admin@Lexi:~$

    What to do?
    Regards
    Michael

    #3081
    AvatarK.Rens
    Maître des clés

    Ok, I tried it and for me it did work, but I had to replace all the ’ characters by ‘ characters.
    I had to type them again.
    Apparantly our faq or forum software sort of modifies the single quotes.
    Can you try typing the quotes instead?

    Kind regards,
    K.Rens

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