LUUP Reloads and IOPort?

Starting last night Ive got 2 random reloads, didn’t think it was a big deal but since I added the Azure TTS to my Sonos config I thought Id look into the logs to make sure it wasn’t the plugin causing the issue. Heres what I found in the logs below. It goes on forever the same lines, ive never seen it before and believe this is the culprit. I rebooted and reloaded in hopes to help this issue but no help.

25	05/14/20 9:17:40.952	lu_io_read result 0 bytes 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.952	lu_io_read starting <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.952	IOPort::GetIncomingData before wait 0x774b9644 id 20203 timeout: 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.953	IOPort::GetIncomingData after wait 0x774b9644 data (nil) <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.953	lu_io_read result 0 bytes 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.953	lu_io_read starting <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.953	IOPort::GetIncomingData before wait 0x774b9644 id 20204 timeout: 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.953	IOPort::GetIncomingData after wait 0x774b9644 data (nil) <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.954	lu_io_read result 0 bytes 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.954	lu_io_read starting <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.954	IOPort::GetIncomingData before wait 0x774b9644 id 20205 timeout: 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.954	IOPort::GetIncomingData after wait 0x774b9644 data (nil) <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.954	lu_io_read result 0 bytes 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.955	lu_io_read starting <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.955	IOPort::GetIncomingData before wait 0x774b9644 id 20206 timeout: 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.955	IOPort::GetIncomingData after wait 0x774b9644 data (nil) <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.955	lu_io_read result 0 bytes 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.955	lu_io_read starting <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.956	IOPort::GetIncomingData before wait 0x774b9644 id 20207 timeout: 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.956	IOPort::GetIncomingData after wait 0x774b9644 data (nil) <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.956	lu_io_read result 0 bytes 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.956	lu_io_read starting <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.956	IOPort::GetIncomingData before wait 0x774b9644 id 20208 timeout: 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.957	IOPort::GetIncomingData after wait 0x774b9644 data (nil) <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.957	lu_io_read result 0 bytes 0 <0x774ba520>
25	05/14/20 9:17:40.957	lu_io_read starting <0x774ba520> ```
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These are all logged at log level 25, which is pretty unusual to have enabled. Do you have detailed logs turned on? If so, maybe turn that off. It’s too chatty for regular use.

Ive checked all my plugins and none have any detailed logs turned on, I dont know what else to check

Edit: Just realized I have support ticket opened and they have had remote access, maybe they have detailed logs turned on?

That’s quite likely. When they are done, your log levels should be at the default.

In /etc/cmh/cmh.conf the line: LogLevels = 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,50

…is the normal default, I believe. I exclude 6 on my systems, because I find it too chatty/annoying.

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