why cccam freeze

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asked Aug 3, 2016 in CCCAM by marko7520 (2,240 points)

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answered Aug 3, 2016 by mike69 Guru (15,980 points)
Do you mean cline from Sudansat or any other cline?
commented Aug 3, 2016 by marko7520 (2,240 points)
other cline.
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answered Aug 3, 2016 by misisipi Active Member (9,320 points)
the question is not very clear , but all cccam at some point may have a small failure , even by connection problems and nothing to do with the cccam own
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answered Aug 3, 2016 by voodoolights Guru (27,020 points)
edited Aug 3, 2016 by voodoolights
Here is how i solved the problem:

Install Cron.
Create a guardscript in "/usr/script", eg. "CCcamGuard.sh" (chmod 755) with the following content:

    #!/bin/sh   
    ps cax | grep CCcam2.3.0 > /dev/null

    if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then

        echo "Process is running."
    else
        echo "Process is not running."

        /usr/bin/CCcam2.3.0

        echo "Process started."

    fi

than create a root script in "/etc/cron/crontabs", eg. "root" (chmod 755) with the following content:

    * * * * * /usr/script/CCcamGuard.sh

and than run folowing commands:

    update-rc.d busybox-cron defaults
    /etc/init.d/busybox-cron start &

this way the "CCcamGuard.sh" script will run every minute.
commented Aug 4, 2016 by voodoolights Guru (27,020 points)
In most cases the CCcam process just shuts down. It is almost always a server problem as mike69 said too many clients, too many bad ECMs ... and in this cases the process just dissapeares. The script will start the process every time it isnt started. Been using it for many years now and am realy sattisfied with it. Wrote the script because I had some programs that iwe been watching in hop3 and those always killed my CCcam.
commented Aug 4, 2016 by voodoolights Guru (27,020 points)
That is why i use a wired network / ethernet.
+12 votes
answered Aug 3, 2016 by Hector Guru (49,590 points)
Thank you very much for the answers
+12 votes
answered Aug 4, 2016 by mike69 Guru (15,980 points)
Sometimes the problem is in server itself. Too many clients connected at the same time, too many bad ecm received and so on. If you can, try to use OScam with your line and you will see if it will help. Or try MGcamd. It is easy and in some cases more stable than CCcam.
commented Aug 4, 2016 by mike69 Guru (15,980 points)
Sometimes also zapping is slower with CCcam and I had to wait longer to see a picture.
commented Aug 4, 2016 by xavi55 (2,600 points)
mas aqui a linhas sao cccam   e nao  MGcamd
commented Aug 5, 2016 by mike69 Guru (15,980 points)
CCcam line can be used with OScam or MGcamd, it´s no problem. It just has to be in different format.
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