[Jack-Devel] When netone jack backend is connected to jack_netsource, zita-ajbridge crashes.

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[Jack-Devel] When netone jack backend is connected to jack_netsource, zita-ajbridge crashes.

crocket
After starting netone jack backend, zita-a2j, and zita-j2a, I started jack_netsource.
zita-a2j and zita-j2a printed "Fatal error condition, terminating." and exited.

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Re: When netone jack backend is connected to jack_netsource, zita-ajbridge crashes.

Chris Caudle
On Sun, August 18, 2019 7:17 am, crocket wrote:
> After starting netone jack backend, zita-a2j, and zita-j2a, I started
> jack_netsource.

If you did that all on the same jack server you are starting up
incorrectly.  The jack server should be started with netjack backend on
the slave, then jack_netsource on the master jack server (i.e. t he jack
server running the ALSA backend).
See:
https://github.com/jackaudio/jackaudio.github.com/wiki/WalkThrough_User_NetJack


    Start JACK on the master machine as you usually do (using a JACK
controler like qjackctl, pyjackctl, or on the command line)
    Start JACK with the net backend on the slave machine
    jackd -R -d net
    or for jack2
    jackd -R -d netone
    For jack1: Remember not to connect any clients to the slave JACK until
we've connected both machines ! This limitation is gone with jack2,
however, some clients might crash, when jack is changing the buffer
size.
    Launch 'jack_netsource' on the master JACK to connect your slave:
    jack_netsource -H <slave jack hostname>


--
Chris Caudle


> zita-a2j and zita-j2a printed "Fatal error condition, terminating." and
> exited.
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Re: When netone jack backend is connected to jack_netsource, zita-ajbridge crashes.

crocket
netone runs on my desktop computer(192.168.30.2). jack_netsource runs on Raspberry Pi 3 B+(192.168.30.1). My desktop computer and Raspberry Pi  3B+ are connected directly by an ethernet cable.
Raspberry Pi 3 B+ runs for 24 hours a day. I turn on my desktop computer when I want to use it.

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 3:50 AM Chris Caudle <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sun, August 18, 2019 7:17 am, crocket wrote:
> After starting netone jack backend, zita-a2j, and zita-j2a, I started
> jack_netsource.

If you did that all on the same jack server you are starting up
incorrectly.  The jack server should be started with netjack backend on
the slave, then jack_netsource on the master jack server (i.e. t he jack
server running the ALSA backend).
See:
https://github.com/jackaudio/jackaudio.github.com/wiki/WalkThrough_User_NetJack


    Start JACK on the master machine as you usually do (using a JACK
controler like qjackctl, pyjackctl, or on the command line)
    Start JACK with the net backend on the slave machine
    jackd -R -d net
    or for jack2
    jackd -R -d netone
    For jack1: Remember not to connect any clients to the slave JACK until
we've connected both machines ! This limitation is gone with jack2,
however, some clients might crash, when jack is changing the buffer
size.
    Launch 'jack_netsource' on the master JACK to connect your slave:
    jack_netsource -H <slave jack hostname>


--
Chris Caudle


> zita-a2j and zita-j2a printed "Fatal error condition, terminating." and
> exited.
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Re: When netone jack backend is connected to jack_netsource, zita-ajbridge crashes.

crocket
In reply to this post by Chris Caudle
I worked around the issue by making zita-a2j and zita-j2a start after "system:playback_1" and "system:playback_2" appear. They appear only after netone is connected to jack_netsource.

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 3:50 AM Chris Caudle <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Sun, August 18, 2019 7:17 am, crocket wrote:
> After starting netone jack backend, zita-a2j, and zita-j2a, I started
> jack_netsource.

If you did that all on the same jack server you are starting up
incorrectly.  The jack server should be started with netjack backend on
the slave, then jack_netsource on the master jack server (i.e. t he jack
server running the ALSA backend).
See:
https://github.com/jackaudio/jackaudio.github.com/wiki/WalkThrough_User_NetJack


    Start JACK on the master machine as you usually do (using a JACK
controler like qjackctl, pyjackctl, or on the command line)
    Start JACK with the net backend on the slave machine
    jackd -R -d net
    or for jack2
    jackd -R -d netone
    For jack1: Remember not to connect any clients to the slave JACK until
we've connected both machines ! This limitation is gone with jack2,
however, some clients might crash, when jack is changing the buffer
size.
    Launch 'jack_netsource' on the master JACK to connect your slave:
    jack_netsource -H <slave jack hostname>


--
Chris Caudle


> zita-a2j and zita-j2a printed "Fatal error condition, terminating." and
> exited.
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