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Best Answer ViolentVotan , 03 February 2015 - 04:57 AM

Unfortunately there is no entry written to the logs when the error occurs. 

 

When I try to change a setting, I get the same error message. I did do a tail -f on the log file so see what happens when I try to save, but nothing is reported :/

 

As to the environment:

CentOS 7 machine, SELinux disabled.

/var/opt/MediaBrowser/ belongs to the user MediaBrowserServer and group media, 775 user rights on the directory and its sub directories

I use the latest stable MediaBrowser from your repository: 3.0.5490.2-Stable.58.1

 

Update: Could this be a problem related to securit token timeouts?

I have a reverse proxy infront of everything, so MediaBrowser's traffic is routed through a subdomain using ssl

 

Final Update:

Problem solved. It was related to an oversight in my reverse proxy configuration, MediaBrowser Server uses websockets, so implementing reverse proxy settings for http and https is not enough, the websocket connections need to be handled as well. This should be documented somewhere ;)

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#1 ViolentVotan OFFLINE  

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Posted 02 February 2015 - 08:49 AM

Hello,

 

I get the message "There was an error processing the request. Please try again later." whenever I want to mark a Series as net yet watched or after I am done watching something when it returns to the selection screen.

 

What's wrong? 



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Posted 02 February 2015 - 12:27 PM

We need more information. Please see http://mediabrowser....port-a-problem/



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Posted 02 February 2015 - 07:25 PM

For CentOS and Fedora the logs should be located here:

/var/opt/MediaBrowser/MediaBrowserServer/logs



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Posted 03 February 2015 - 04:57 AM   Best Answer

Unfortunately there is no entry written to the logs when the error occurs. 

 

When I try to change a setting, I get the same error message. I did do a tail -f on the log file so see what happens when I try to save, but nothing is reported :/

 

As to the environment:

CentOS 7 machine, SELinux disabled.

/var/opt/MediaBrowser/ belongs to the user MediaBrowserServer and group media, 775 user rights on the directory and its sub directories

I use the latest stable MediaBrowser from your repository: 3.0.5490.2-Stable.58.1

 

Update: Could this be a problem related to securit token timeouts?

I have a reverse proxy infront of everything, so MediaBrowser's traffic is routed through a subdomain using ssl

 

Final Update:

Problem solved. It was related to an oversight in my reverse proxy configuration, MediaBrowser Server uses websockets, so implementing reverse proxy settings for http and https is not enough, the websocket connections need to be handled as well. This should be documented somewhere ;)


Edited by ViolentVotan, 04 February 2015 - 11:32 AM.


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Posted 04 February 2015 - 03:43 PM

Good job!



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Posted 04 February 2015 - 04:54 PM

Unfortunately there is no entry written to the logs when the error occurs. 

 

When I try to change a setting, I get the same error message. I did do a tail -f on the log file so see what happens when I try to save, but nothing is reported :/

 

As to the environment:

CentOS 7 machine, SELinux disabled.

/var/opt/MediaBrowser/ belongs to the user MediaBrowserServer and group media, 775 user rights on the directory and its sub directories

I use the latest stable MediaBrowser from your repository: 3.0.5490.2-Stable.58.1

 

Update: Could this be a problem related to securit token timeouts?

I have a reverse proxy infront of everything, so MediaBrowser's traffic is routed through a subdomain using ssl

 

Final Update:

Problem solved. It was related to an oversight in my reverse proxy configuration, MediaBrowser Server uses websockets, so implementing reverse proxy settings for http and https is not enough, the websocket connections need to be handled as well. This should be documented somewhere ;)

Dev media browser supports ssl out of the box. No more reverse proxy needed.



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Posted 05 February 2015 - 04:31 AM

Dev media browser supports ssl out of the box. No more reverse proxy needed.

 

the reverse proxy is to have a nice subdomain like media.domain.tld ;)







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