Sometimes, Yatse (my android remote control app) tells me that Kodi is offline (not reachable).
However I still can use traditional remote control (CEC) and use Kodi. So Kodi is not dead obviously.
When I then just restart Kodi GUI (option in Kodi 18.2 under CoreElec 9.0.2 on my Odroid C2), after restart it works again.
I checked my log, I found following:
2019-06-24 00:02:05.788 T:4092153872 NOTICE: NFS is idle. Closing the remaining connections.
2019-06-24 20:18:43.490 T:4092153872 NOTICE: ES: Stopping event server
2019-06-24 20:18:43.492 T:4092153872 NOTICE: stopping zeroconf publishing
2019-06-24 20:18:43.503 T:4092153872 NOTICE: CWebServer: Stopped
2019-06-24 20:18:43.854 T:3811349360 NOTICE: ES: UDP Event server stopped
2019-06-24 20:20:09.613 T:4092153872 NOTICE: VideoPlayer::OpenFile: nfs://192.168.178.33/Multimedia/video.mkv
2019-06-24 20:20:09.614 T:3507082096 NOTICE: Creating InputStream
2019-06-24 20:20:09.651 T:3507082096 NOTICE: Creating Demuxer
2019-06-24 20:20:09.708 T:3507082096 NOTICE: Opening stream: 0 source: 256
Out of nowhere, some services stopped suddenly (also WebServer).
Afterwards a video playback started.
-> In this situation I would assume that my boy turned on TV via traditional remote control and then started a movie also via CEC (without Yatse etc.).
So if this “CWebServer: Stopped” is the reason why apps like Yatse wont work any longer, why is the WebServer stopping and why not restarting again?
P.S. FullLog: https://pastebin.com/raw/YzN0Pzp4