[Ovmsdev] Memory leak

Mark Webb-Johnson mark at webb-johnson.net
Tue Apr 24 09:07:24 HKT 2018


What does ‘simcom status’ show you? Also ‘config list auto’? I’m looking for the boot-time auto, and current desired power on status for the simcom.

Can you try ‘power simcom off’?

Regards, Mark.

> On 24 Apr 2018, at 8:56 AM, Stephen Casner <casner at acm.org> wrote:
> On Sun, 22 Apr 2018, Michael Balzer wrote:
>> The effect of (a) is the modem only answers "ERROR" to the
>> +CGDATA="PPP" command. I have tried different commands to reset the
>> internal state, but it was stuck, only a power cycle could solve
>> this. I have added an automatic power cycle for this situation, but
>> it didn't occur again yet.
> My modem has been in the powered-off state for quite some time because
> I have only been testing on the bench where I have wifi connectivity.
> Today I installed the module in my Roadster to test some metrics as
> requested by Greg, and when I plugged it in I saw the blue modem light
> come on.  After I did my test and removed the module to bring it back
> in and connect to my laptop, the blue light is still on.  About every
> 20 seconds I see this cycle repeating:
> I (43342) simcom: State timeout, transition to 1
> I (43342) simcom: State: Enter CheckPowerOff state
> I (54352) simcom: State: Enter PoweringOff state
> I (54352) gsm-ppp: Shutdown (direct)
> I (54352) gsm-nmea: Shutdown (direct)
> I (54352) simcom: Power Cycle
> I (54352) netmanager: Interface priority is st1 ( gateway
> A command "simcom setstate PoweredOff" is not effective.
>                                                        -- Steve
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