I had reported in the Squeezebox forum that I gave up to operate Logitech Media Server (LMS) on a MyBook Live Duo and instead moved with it to a Raspberry Pi with a already installed volumio.
Unfortunately my enthusiasm was rash.
A) Raspberry Pi 1 Model B + with 8 GB SD
B) volumio 2.141 runs stable
C) NAS WD MyBook Live Duo with 4 GB Raid1 neatly mounted
D) 66K plus x music files on NAS
- The installation of the LMS 7.9.0 was easy and the volumio instance showed no interdependencies
- LMS was running likewise stable
- The media scan in LMS, which drove me crazy on the MBDL, ran successfully and initially took about 8h
- some additional scans - manual started - done a good job
Everything looked fine - so far so good…
Then a reboot was required (reducing the amount of plugins in LMS).
volumio came back as exspected and without any faults. But…
… I could no longer reach LMS via port 9000. So no Web-UI - no connection of my Squeezebox Radio to this dedicated server!
I have since completely reinstalled LMS several times and tried out various hints from the www - but always it ends with the described behavior:
After a restart of the RasbPi, the port 9000 is no longer active.
The LM server is definitely running (ps aux | grep squeeze), but the port 9000 is “dead” (netstat)
All attempts with tips on similar constellation do not lead to success.
Yes fourtunatly - I could install LMS on a RasbPi of it´s own - but I like the idea to use sytems (like the MBLD or RasbPi) which are already in service.
Any help is appreciated!