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Starting pilight on boot: "cannot bind to the SSDP multicast network"
#1
Hi, long time no see!

Currently trying to get pilight working on Debian Buster, but am running into issues with starting pilight on boot.
/var/log/pilight.log shows the following messages at each boot:

Code:
(/home/pilight/source/daemon-dev/daemon.c #3082) [Aug 31 12:09:23:655388] INFO: version v8.1.5
(/home/pilight/source/daemon-dev/daemon.c #3151) [Aug 31 12:09:23:764054] INFO: no pilight daemon found, daemonizing
(/home/pilight/source/daemon-dev/libs/pilight/core/socket.c #168) [Aug 31 12:09:23:791098] INFO: daemon listening to port: 5000
(/home/pilight/source/daemon-dev/libs/pilight/core/ssdp.c #119) [Aug 31 12:09:23:791324] ERROR: cannot bind to the ssdp multicast network
(/home/pilight/source/daemon-dev/libs/pilight/core/ssdp.c #302) [Aug 31 12:09:23:800321] ERROR: could not determine default network interface
(/home/pilight/source/daemon-dev/libs/pilight/core/socket.c #577) [Aug 31 12:09:23:801049] INFO: new client, ip: 127.0.0.1, port: 53048
(/home/pilight/source/daemon-dev/libs/pilight/core/webserver.c #1889) [Aug 31 12:09:23:820631] INFO: secured webserver started on port: 5002 (fd 18) 

Starting pilight manually after bootup works as expected, this specific node is supposed to clientize to a daemon running elsewhere on the network. But the SSDP discovery during bootup fails.

I've tried a bunch of things that worked when this issue occurred often a few years back, including
  • Checking the allowed runlevel and start-requires in the /etc/init.d/pilight file
  • Adding a sleep 5 to /etc/init.d/pilight
  • Adding lo network config in /etc/network/interfaces
  • Setting "wait for network during boot" to true in the raspi-config tool.
So now I'm out of ideas what to try.

OS:

Code:
Buster 4.19.66-v7+ #1253 SMP Thu Aug 15 11:49:46 BST 2019 armv7l GNU/Linux

on a raspi 2 (no ipv6 allowed).
 
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#2
Only thing i can think of is letting pilight wait until all network devices are up before trying to use SSDP. I not running buster myself, so also not having any issues.
 
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#3
How would one go about doing that? It's what I've tried to accomplish, both by letting the init.d script sleep, and by checking that network is listed in the start-requires line, but neither of those solutions seem to work.
 
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#4
I meant something inside the pilight codebase that does that. Problem with the whole systemd is that everything has become anoyingly more complex in regard to boot and init.
 
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