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  • MattL0
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    pcp I think this is resolved. I do not see the files outside my /HomeSeer anymore.


    But there is a problem with the artwork I think
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  • MattL0
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    ok i installed 3.2.0.6 , will let you know

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  • pcp
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    I posted Version 3.2.0.5 (Beta) that should resolve the pathname issue.

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  • MattL0
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    Thanks pcp

    Can't do testing right now. I have to prepare something that I will present in school this Friday.

    Saturday I will do a backup of my install and compare it to the 3.2.0.4 version of the plugin

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  • pcp
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    Thanks and will look into the files mentioned in the first post.

    Can you explain a bit more what you mean by “association between the parent-children”? Are these custom associations you added and between whcih devices?

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  • MattL0
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    zwolfpack Thanks.

    yes i am on linux.

    pcp I am on 3.2.0.1 of your plugin . I can’t go to 3.2.0.4 because when i load it , the plugin remove the association between the parent-chidren. I have no problem with 3.2.0.1 exept of the files created i showed above.

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  • zwolfpack
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    Originally posted by pcp View Post

    These are files created by the SqueezeBox plugin from downloads of the current artwork for you players (1 for each player) and as the path shows are stored by design in the SqueezeBox sub-directory in the html sub-directory of you HS3 installation (the HS3 root path is retrieved from the HS3 GetAppPath API).
    He's running on Linux, thus the backslash path separators are invalid... so these files end up stored alongside the HomeSeer folder (i.e., /usr/local or /opt)

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  • pcp
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    Originally posted by MattL0 View Post
    doing nano 'HomeSeer\Unknown.log' give me this ( maybe this is something from the old mqtt 1.5 plugin?)
    Code:
    #
    
    # Creating new log
    #
    2019-02-18 - 3:04:58 PM - [ERROR]System.OutOfMemoryException: Insufficient memory to continue the execution of the program.
    at (wrapper alloc) System.Object.AllocVector(intptr,intptr)
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage.ConstructFromStream (System.IO.Stream str) [0x00016] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x0003b] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttAcknowledgeMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MessageFactory.CreateMessage (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00086] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.StreamManager.listen (System.IAsyncResult asyncResult) [0x00025] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    2019-02-18 - 3:04:58 PM - [ERROR]System.OutOfMemoryException: Insufficient memory to continue the execution of the program.
    at (wrapper alloc) System.Object.AllocVector(intptr,intptr)
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage.ConstructFromStream (System.IO.Stream str) [0x00016] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x0003b] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttAcknowledgeMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MessageFactory.CreateMessage (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00086] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.StreamManager.listen (System.IAsyncResult asyncResult) [0x00025] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    2019-02-18 - 3:04:58 PM - [ERROR]System.OutOfMemoryException: Insufficient memory to continue the execution of the program.
    at (wrapper alloc) System.Object.AllocVector(intptr,intptr)
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage.ConstructFromStream (System.IO.Stream str) [0x00016] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x0003b] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttAcknowledgeMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MessageFactory.CreateMessage (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00086] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.StreamManager.listen (System.IAsyncResult asyncResult) [0x00025] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    2019-02-18 - 3:04:58 PM - [ERROR]System.OutOfMemoryException: Insufficient memory to continue the execution of the program.
    at (wrapper alloc) System.Object.AllocVector(intptr,intptr)
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttPublishMessage.ConstructFromStream (System.IO.Stream str) [0x00043] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x0003b] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttPublishMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MessageFactory.CreateMessage (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00054] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.StreamManager.listen (System.IAsyncResult asyncResult) [0x00025] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    2019-02-18 - 3:04:58 PM - [ERROR]System.OutOfMemoryException: Insufficient memory to continue the execution of the program.
    at (wrapper alloc) System.Object.AllocVector(intptr,intptr)
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage.ConstructFromStream (System.IO.Stream str) [0x00016] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x0003b] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttAcknowledgeMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MessageFactory.CreateMessage (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00086] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    edit: removing M2Mqtt.dll in the /HomeSeer folder did the trick for the above. ( I hope it was relate to the old very old mqtt plugin ) ( this plugin should go in the beta section ?? rjh macromark
    As you already guessed, these messages are not related to the SqueezeBox plugin but another one (MQTT ?).

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  • pcp
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    Originally posted by MattL0 View Post
    pcp do you have an idea why i ahve those file outside of my HomeSeer folder ?

    'HomeSeer\html\SqueezeBox\AlbumArtwork_Bedroom_2.current.jpg '
    'HomeSeer\html\SqueezeBox\AlbumArtwork_Salon_1.current.jpg'

    they are named like that see first post for pictures
    These are files created by the SqueezeBox plugin from downloads of the current artwork for you players (1 for each player) and as the path shows are stored by design in the SqueezeBox sub-directory in the html sub-directory of you HS3 installation (the HS3 root path is retrieved from the HS3 GetAppPath API).

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  • MattL0
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    pcp do you have an idea why i ahve those file outside of my HomeSeer folder ?

    'HomeSeer\html\SqueezeBox\AlbumArtwork_Bedroom_2.current.jpg '
    'HomeSeer\html\SqueezeBox\AlbumArtwork_Salon_1.current.jpg'

    they are named like that see first post for pictures

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  • MattL0
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    doing nano 'HomeSeer\Unknown.log' give me this
    Code:
    #
    
    # Creating new log
    #
    2019-02-18 - 3:04:58 PM - [ERROR]System.OutOfMemoryException: Insufficient memory to continue the execution of the program.
      at (wrapper alloc) System.Object.AllocVector(intptr,intptr)
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage.ConstructFromStream (System.IO.Stream str) [0x00016] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x0003b] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttAcknowledgeMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MessageFactory.CreateMessage (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00086] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.StreamManager.listen (System.IAsyncResult asyncResult) [0x00025] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    2019-02-18 - 3:04:58 PM - [ERROR]System.OutOfMemoryException: Insufficient memory to continue the execution of the program.
      at (wrapper alloc) System.Object.AllocVector(intptr,intptr)
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage.ConstructFromStream (System.IO.Stream str) [0x00016] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x0003b] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttAcknowledgeMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MessageFactory.CreateMessage (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00086] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.StreamManager.listen (System.IAsyncResult asyncResult) [0x00025] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    2019-02-18 - 3:04:58 PM - [ERROR]System.OutOfMemoryException: Insufficient memory to continue the execution of the program.
      at (wrapper alloc) System.Object.AllocVector(intptr,intptr)
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttSubackMessage.ConstructFromStream (System.IO.Stream str) [0x00016] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x0003b] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
      at MqttLib.Core.Messages.MqttAcknowledgeMessage..ctor (System.IO.Stream str, System.Byte header) [0x00000] in <1e8bad575eb74eae838713c76026a77b>:0
    edit :

    Making hs3 starts after mosquitto.service resolved this issue ! here is my hs3 systemd file:

    Code:
    [Unit]
    Description=HomeSeer HS3 Home Automation Server
    After=network.target mosquitto.service
    
    [Service]
    WorkingDirectory=/HomeSeer
    ExecStart=/usr/bin/mono /HomeSeer/HSConsole.exe --log
    ExecStop=/HomeSeer/stop_homeseer.sh
    Restart=on-failure
    TimeoutStopSec=120
    
    [Install]
    WantedBy=multi-user.target

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  • Why I always have those ( see topic) files OUTSIDE of my HomeSeer folder?

    Deleted them like 10 times, but they come back


    'HomeSeer\html\SqueezeBox\AlbumArtwork_Bedroom_2.current.jpg '
    'HomeSeer\html\SqueezeBox\AlbumArtwork_Salon_1.current.jpg'
    'HomeSeer\Unknown.log'
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