MiniDLNA randomly does not start after boot

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    • MiniDLNA randomly does not start after boot

      Hello,

      I have a problem with MiniDLNA. if I turn off my computer over night and then turn it on, MiniDLNA sometimes does not start OK. Maybe 50% of the time it is marked with a red dot in Services. I have found two ways to turn it on. I can press rescan in the MiniDLNA tab or i start PuTTy and send the command "service minidlna restart".
      OMV is ver. 2.1.25
      MiniDLNA ver. 1.1
      OMV is installed on a 4 GB CompactFlash card. I have installed flashmemory 1.9.2 to make the CF card last longer.
      SMB/CIFS and SSH are also enabled.
      I just looked in the log files after a failed MiniDLNA start and found in the boot log a line "chown: cannot access '/var/log/minidlna.log': No such file or directory". I need to check if that line is there after a successful boot. Is there anybody else that has had the same problem or can guide me what to look for in the log files?
    • Hey uffe,
      I got the same issue.
      I only think that my problem is due to the fact that i'm using the "Flash Memory" Plugin. This moved the mounts under /var/ to the memory section.

      I am believing the /val/ mount is not available fast enough, therefore it can't access /var/log/minidlna.log

      Currently I am trying to fix this. I'll give you an update as soon as I got one.
    • Hi uffe,
      I found a workaround and until now it is working fine for me for the last few days.

      I scheduled a job at reboot that executes the following command as root.

      Source Code

      1. /etc/init.d/minidlna status | grep not && /etc/init.d/minidlna start


      I hope this helps you.
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    • On my test VM with flashmemory and minidlna installed, it doesn't have any problem starting. I wondering if this has something to do with the speed of the system and/or boot media??
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