Octoprint appeared to be running fine with no issues. While in the middle of a print I stupidly went and changed a setting and pressed save. As soon as I hit save the print stopped and it appeared as though Octopi was trying to pause the print. I was not able to restart the print or get the interface to respond. I power reset the Pi and was still not able to get back into the web interface. I was able to ping the Pi and connect via SSH without issue.
I then reflashed the SD card with Octopi again and went through the setup. As I was reinstalling the plugins I had installed previously and were running fine, the same thing happened. I would click on Save at the settings after installing a plugin and the spinning wheel would appear on the save button and not disappear. Again, can ping and SSH into the Pi without issue. If I have the webcam tab up when this happens, that is still running and if I move the camera around it reflects that. Again, if I reboot the Pi via SSH (or powering off and back on) I cannot get back into the web interface.
I tried a different SD card and I go through the setup process then the same thing will happen again while installing plugins. It seems to get to a point where the web interface just hangs - perhaps after a period of time rather than by any action I am doing. I have tried different browsers as well as different PCs to connect to the web interface.
I will reflash an SD card again and this time not install any plugins and see what happens.
As the issue is continuing I'm assuming what I initially did is coincidence, unless the Pi itself is damaged somehow.
I have tried using both Wifi and LAN connection and both gets the same behaviour.
Raspberry Pi 3B (definitely not the + as I've had this before they came out)
Octopi version latest - file I've been flashing is called "2018-04-18-octopi-stretch-lite-0.15.1"
Octoprint version is 1.3.8 (I think. Whatever the latest is)
Logs (I was only able to add one attachment as I'm new):
octoprint.log (40.7 KB)