[App_rpt-users] Errors

Anthony Harwood anthony.harwood at gmail.com
Mon Apr 30 09:47:23 EDT 2018


Fault tolerance is a wonderful thing.



> On Apr 29, 2018, at 11:14 PM, Benjamin Naber <Benjamin at Project23D.com> wrote:
> 
> John, et al:
> 
> Modules for a lack of better terms, on just about any program, look for
> specific things in other modules.
> 
> If something is not correct, and causes issues, other modules will not
> work, and some, very strange cryptic errors will be thrown when
> debugging...... *IF* there is bug.
> 
> My vague-ness is intentional, as bugs are vast and varied... if the
> issue is a bug, or user error.
> 
> To put it another way, let assume your car engine begins to misbehave.
> There are MANY systems that must work in harmony for things to run
> smoothly.
> 
> Something simple such as a failing fuel pressure damper will cause
> cylinder misfires, rough idle, fuel smell, poor fuel economy. From the
> onset of symptoms, there are many guesses as to what could cause the
> evident issues... All those signs from ONE failing part.
> 
> Operational robustness is extremely hard to obtain.
> 
> 
> ~Benjamin, KB9LFZ
> 
> 
> 
> 
>> On Sun, 2018-04-29 at 19:45 -0400, John Rudolph- N2YP wrote:
>> ..... I'm really surprised that that item broke so much.
>> John Rudolph
>> Amateur Radio Op N2YP
>> Unadilla,NY
>> 
>> 
>> On April 29, 2018 12:00:01 PM EDT, app_rpt-users-request at lists.allsta
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>>>    1. Errors (John Rudolph- N2YP)
>>>    2. Re: Errors (Steve Zingman)
>>>    3. Re: Errors (Tim Sawyer)
>>> Message: 1
>>> Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2018 22:52:20 -0400
>>> From: John Rudolph- N2YP <John at n2yp.com>
>>> To: app_rpt-users at lists.allstarlink.org
>>> Subject: [App_rpt-users] Errors
>>> Message-ID: <F405D071-964E-4C75-B085-1FE1BCAF4905 at n2yp.com>
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>>> I have a multi node x86 ASL Asterisk 1.01 system up and running.
>>> Today I went to add a puesdo/dahdi hub and just made a additions to
>>> rpt.conf and iax.conf, and went and rebooted Asterisk and or the
>>> whole system and even though I love undone the "new" node the
>>> system is broke. My URI'S no longer get a heartbeat but show via
>>> lsusb, I can't access Asterisk CLI- get "Unable to connect to
>>> remote asterisk (does /var/run/asterisk.ctl exist?)" Yet this file
>>> does exist, Can't access radio-tune-menu - get "Error parsing
>>> device parameters", nodes no longer register with ASL, allmon2
>>> can't access Asterisk manager, and my EchoLink node shows active
>>> but you can't access it. After multiple reboots I did try apt get
>>> update and upgrade with no success.  Dahdi and crc_ccitt show
>>> running and nothing shows in the asterisk log other than it
>>> starting the nodes.
>>> 
>>> What I don't understand is that I did nothing at all other than add
>>> a stanza for another node and uncomment that node number in
>>> iax.conf and restart. If someone could walk me through trouble
>>> shooting this I would appreciate it so I can learn what went wrong.
>>> John Rudolph
>>> Amateur Radio Op N2YP
>>> Unadilla,NY
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>>> Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2018 22:54:34 -0400
>>> From: Steve Zingman <szingman at msgstor.com>
>>> To: app_rpt-users at lists.allstarlink.org
>>> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Errors
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>>> Step 1:
>>> Check the log for errors:
>>> it is in /var/log/asterisk the filename is messages
>>> 
>>> Steve n4IRS
>>> 
>>>> On 04/28/2018 10:52 PM, John Rudolph- N2YP wrote:
>>>>  I have a multi node x86 ASL Asterisk 1.01 system up and running.
>>>> Today 
>>>>  I went to add a puesdo/dahdi hub and just made a additions to
>>>> rpt.conf 
>>>>  and iax.conf, and went and rebooted Asterisk and or the whole
>>>> system 
>>>>  and even though I love undone the "new" node the system is
>>>> broke. My 
>>>>  URI'S no longer get a heartbeat but show via lsusb, I can't
>>>> access 
>>>>  Asterisk CLI- get "Unable to connect to remote asterisk (does 
>>>>  /var/run/asterisk.ctl exist?)" Yet this file does exist, Can't
>>>> access 
>>>>  radio-tune-menu - get "Error parsing device parameters", nodes
>>>> no 
>>>>  longer register with ASL, allmon2 can't access Asterisk manager,
>>>> and 
>>>>  my EchoLink node shows active but you can't access it. After
>>>> multiple 
>>>>  reboots I did try apt get update and upgrade with no success.
>>>> Dahdi 
>>>>  and crc_ccitt show running and nothing shows in the asterisk log
>>>> other 
>>>>  than it starting the nodes.
>>>> 
>>>>  What I don't understand is that I did nothing at all other than
>>>> add a 
>>>>  stanza for another node and uncomment that node number in
>>>> iax.conf and 
>>>>  restart. If someone could walk me through trouble shooting this
>>>> I 
>>>>  would appreciate it so I can learn what went wrong.
>>>>  John Rudolph
>>>>  Amateur Radio Op N2YP
>>>>  Unadilla,NY
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>>> Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2018 20:58:40 -0700
>>> From: Tim Sawyer <tisawyer at gmail.com>
>>> To: Users of Asterisk app_rpt <app_rpt-users at lists.allstarlink.org>
>>> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Errors
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>>> You probably fat fingered something. It happens to all of us. Start
>>> Asterisk in the non-deamon mode by doing
>>> 
>>> asterisk -fnvvv
>>> 
>>> at the linux prompt and watch for errors. Press control-c to exit.
>>> Fix
>>> error. Repeat until it starts clean.
>>> 
>>> On Sat, Apr 28, 2018 at 7:52 PM, John Rudolph- N2YP <John at n2yp.com>
>>> wrote:
>>> 
>>>>  I have a multi node x86 ASL Asterisk 1.01 system up and running.
>>>> Today I
>>>>  went to add a puesdo/dahdi hub and just made a additions to
>>>> rpt.conf and
>>>>  iax.conf, and went and rebooted Asterisk and or the whole system
>>>> and even
>>>>  though I love undone the "new" node the system is broke. My
>>>> URI'S no longer
>>>>  get a heartbeat but show via lsusb, I can't access Asterisk CLI-
>>>> get
>>>>  "Unable to connect to remote asterisk (does
>>>> /var/run/asterisk.ctl exist?)"
>>>>  Yet this file does exist, Can't access radio-tune-menu - get
>>>> "Error parsing
>>>>  device parameters", nodes no longer register with ASL, allmon2
>>>> can't access
>>>>  Asterisk manager, and my EchoLink node shows active but you
>>>> can't access
>>>>  it. After multiple reboots I did try apt get update and upgrade
>>>> with no
>>>>  success. Dahdi and crc_ccitt show running and nothing shows in
>>>> the asterisk
>>>>  log other than it starting the nodes.
>>>> 
>>>>  What I don't understand is that I did nothing at all other than
>>>> add a
>>>>  stanza for another node and uncomment that node number in
>>>> iax.conf and
>>>>  restart. If someone could walk me through trouble shooting this
>>>> I would
>>>>  appreciate it so I can learn what went wrong.
>>>>  John Rudolph
>>>>  Amateur Radio Op N2YP
>>>>  Unadilla,NY
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