[App_rpt-users] RPI2 DIAL

Corey Dean n3fe at repeater.net
Tue Dec 8 10:15:46 EST 2015

Log in to the pi2 and do an uptime.  That will tell you how long it has been powered up.

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> On Dec 8, 2015, at 9:27 AM, Robert Newberry <N1XBM at amsat.org> wrote:
> Any suggestions on places to look if my node is resetting. Two things are happening. I run two nodes on one server. One of those nodes is permanently connected to the other. Then the other node is permanently to a remote hub.
> So sometimes my nodes briefly disconnect and reconnect. When I look in allmon2 I see that everything reconnected on their own leading me to believe the network briefly dropped.
> The second scenario is my node isn't connected leading me to believe a reboot happened.
> I realize I can run a macro to automatically connect when it powers up. What I'd like to know is something happening with the power at the site or is my RPI2 having a problem. The site owner says no this happening. Although he has no indication is he is losing power or network.
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