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pthread_mutex_lock failed when browsing

Postby ozhubby » Sun Apr 12, 2009 2:16 am

Hi,

I've installed everything according to the guides, except java, since I already had java 1.6 installed.

Everything seems fine until I browse a folder with some movies in it (doesnt seem to matter which formats) when I get this error in the log:

[Thread-5] TRACE 04:05:23.024 Sending ALIVE...
[Thread-5] TRACE 04:05:48.456 Sending ALIVE...
LOG: [0xb3d93b90] mutex_lock: pthread_mutex_lock failed: Invalid argument
Aborted

The end of the debug file looks like this:

[Thread-105] DEBUG 04:05:59.600 Sending stream: 13000 bytes of get/0$0$9$1$1$12/thumbnail0000XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.mpg
[Thread-105] DEBUG 04:05:59.601 Close Connection
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.069 Opened handler on socket Socket[addr=/192.168.1.149,port=55428,localport=5001]
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.070 Received on socket: GET /get/0$0$9$1$1$15/thumbnail0000arn.mp4 HTTP/1.1
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.070 Received on socket: Host: 192.168.1.234:5001
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.070 Received on socket: User-Agent: PLAYSTATION 3
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.070 Received on socket: Connection: Keep-Alive
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.070 Received on socket: Accept-Encoding: identity
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.070 Received on socket: transferMode.dlna.org: Interactive
[Thread-107] INFO 04:06:00.070 HTTP: get/0$0$9$1$1$15/thumbnail0000arn.mp4 / 0-0
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.070 Wrote on socket: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.070 Searching for objectId: 0$0$9$1$1$15 with children option: false
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.071 Wrote on socket: Content-Type: image/png
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.071 Wrote on socket: Accept-Ranges: bytes
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.071 Wrote on socket: Expires: Wed, 05 Aug 2009 18:52:40 GMT
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.071 Wrote on socket: Connection: keep-alive
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.072 Wrote on socket: Server: Linux-i386-2.6.27-11-generic, UPnP/1.0, PMS/1.10.5
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.072 Available Content-Length: 13000
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.072 Wrote on socket: Content-Length: 13000
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.072 Wrote on socket:
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.073 Sending stream: 13000 bytes of get/0$0$9$1$1$15/thumbnail0000arn.mp4
[Thread-107] DEBUG 04:06:00.073 Close Connection
[Thread-101] INFO 04:06:01.408 Stopping process: ffmpeg
[Thread-101] DEBUG 04:06:01.408 Killing the Unix process: 23262
[Thread-108] DEBUG 04:06:01.415 kill: No such process
[Thread-101] INFO 04:06:01.415 Destroying buffer
[Thread-101] INFO 04:06:01.430 Destroying buffer
[Thread-82] INFO 04:06:03.364 Stopping process: ffmpeg
[Thread-82] DEBUG 04:06:03.365 Killing the Unix process: 23262
[Thread-110] DEBUG 04:06:03.371 kill: No such process
[Thread-82] INFO 04:06:03.372 Destroying buffer
[Thread-83] INFO 04:06:03.387 Stopping process: ffmpeg
[Thread-83] DEBUG 04:06:03.387 Killing the Unix process: 23261
[Thread-112] DEBUG 04:06:03.393 kill: No such process
[Thread-83] INFO 04:06:03.393 Destroying buffer
[Thread-84] INFO 04:06:03.455 Stopping process: ffmpeg
[Thread-84] DEBUG 04:06:03.455 Killing the Unix process: 23271
[Thread-114] DEBUG 04:06:03.462 kill: No such process
[Thread-84] INFO 04:06:03.462 Destroying buffer
[Thread-97] INFO 04:06:03.780 Stopping process: ffmpeg
[Thread-97] DEBUG 04:06:03.780 Killing the Unix process: 23295
[Thread-116] DEBUG 04:06:03.786 kill: No such process
[Thread-97] INFO 04:06:03.787 Destroying buffer


(I just changed a file name above)


If you have any idea of what I could try, let me know

Thanks
ozhubby
 
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Re: pthread_mutex_lock failed when browsing

Postby ozhubby » Sun Apr 12, 2009 2:38 am

I am sorry, I think I answered my own question when I wrote that the only thing I did differently was using default ubuntu java. I installed the latest from sun and now it works. :)
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