[App_rpt-users] Repeater Stuck Locked open for 18 hrs - > FIX
kb4fxc at inttek.net
Mon Apr 23 22:16:48 EDT 2018
LOL.... I think you missed the original post. See:
This discussion was about an embedded PC with these specs (NOT an RPi2/3):
Computer type and information:
Intel Atom D2700 @ 2.13GHz
Pico Power Supply 12
As embedded systems go, that would appear to be a very reasonable setup.
I've got many with roughly the same specs. And, in general, they don't
skip a beat.
As for RPi3B boards, well, I've replaced all my embedded AllStar PC's at
this point. And, the RPi3B's don't skip a beat either. In fact, I'm seeing
even better reliability with the Pi's than with the PC's. But, it didn't
start out that way. I figured where the weaknesses were with the RPi
systems and solved those problems. Now, my RPi3B boards run until I reboot
them, wherever they're located...Like this system at the top of a TV
[root at repeater-444850 asterisk]# uptime
22:10:13 up 183 days, 10:58, 1 user, load average: 0.12, 0.05, 0.03
[root at repeater-444850 asterisk]# cpu_stats.sh
Current CPU stats
cpuinfo_cur_freq = 1200 MHz.
cpuinfo_max_freq = 1200 MHz.
cpuinfo_min_freq = 1200 MHz.
cpuinfo_transition_latency = 355000
cpu frequency ondemand up threshold = 95
cpu frequency scaling governor = ondemand
Current CPU Temperature = 41C / 105F
sdram core volt=1.2000V
sdram I/O volt=1.2000V
sdram PHY volt=1.2250V
BogoMIPS : 38.40 X 4 CORES
73, David KB4FXC
On Mon, 23 Apr 2018, Benjamin Naber wrote:
> DIAL 8.x on a dell latitude 530 laptop and RA-35
in the last three years of running, never once was there an issue with
ASL that I did not cause.
RPi's are great and all that, I guess, but, duuuuude, they suck for
if I were to throw darts, I would venture to say 85% of the issues here
and "there" and directly RPi and crappy sound fob IC related.
By *NO* means is this discrediting the authors of ASL, a lot of work
has been put forth to deal with silly Pi's... aka SD card eaters!
Saving 20W of power is not worth the headache.
On Mon, 2018-04-23 at 16:58 -0400, David McGough wrote:
> Hi Loren,
> Do you know about what time on Sunday the lock-up started?
> ...Just curious.Â
> 73, David KB4FXC
> On Mon, 23 Apr 2018, Loren Tedford wrote:
> > Yeah I couldn't get DTMF to pass to the repeater to do an old
> > fashionedÂ
> reboot to the system.. We might just have to put a tot timer back on
> cm200's What concerns me about this is how random it occurred again
> had no issues up until Sunday makes me wonder if its not hardware
> has gone bad some where along the line in process.. At the moment I
> using another motherboard and processor along with new sticks of ram
> a different SSD.. Considering doing some test over the next week
> prior toÂ
> putting my repeaters back online..Â
> > If you wish to sort through what I have recovered and give me yourÂ
> thoughts and opinions of what went wrong please do! Here is theÂ
> information that I have gathered.. Again was not able to access
> folder But I did capture all audio files from the archive directory..
> > The /var/log folder was my mistake I was trying to rush things..
> > Loren Tedford (KC9ZHV)Â
> > Phone Main: 1+ (631) 686 Ã¢â¬â 8878 Option 1
> > Fax: 1-618-551-2755
> > Email: loren at lorentedford.com
> > Email: KC9ZHV at KC9ZHV.com
> > http://www.lorentedford.com
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