[Ovmsdev] v3 hardware disconnecting from v2 server
tom at carrott.org
Wed Mar 21 16:59:36 HKT 2018
It looks like around 38675227 is when it died. There are simcom status
and module memory and tasks at 38714257 as well as a simcom power cycle
that didn't bring it back.
On 20/03/18 23:56, Mark Webb-Johnson wrote:
> Ah, that’s quite old (since when is two days old, he says :-)
> But it pre-dates the 2bcbc8e995977c904f5346c44221e07413e56a62 stuff that messed things up.
> Do you know at about what time (in the log file) the issue happened? Also, do you have a ‘simcom status’ from the issue time?
> Regards, Mark
>> On 20 Mar 2018, at 5:07 PM, Tom Parker <tom at carrott.org> wrote:
>> Sorry I should have specified, it's with 15933a41ddca3a28d37ab788916b93480574447a with a few hopefully unrelated leaf specific changes I'm preparing to send though.
>> On 20/03/18 22:05, Mark Webb-Johnson wrote:
>>> Which firmware version is this with?
>>> Regards, Mark
>>>> On 20 Mar 2018, at 5:01 PM, Tom Parker <tom at carrott.org> wrote:
>>>> Hi Mark,
>>>> I'm back using the 2degrees simcard (they run a 900MHz/2100MHz network that is compatible with my simcom module) and performance is very good compared to where we were a few weeks ago. There is a dead spot which I drive through often where it would usually disconnect and never reconnect, now it still disconnects and I can see the app shows the last contact lag by a couple of minutes, but it reconnected all by itself.
>>>> Unfortunately it dropped offline and never reconnected this evening. It disconnected shortly before I arrived at a meeting, I left the data logger connected for a few hours before trying "power simcom off" and on again which wasn't enough to clear it, I had to reboot the module the button. See attached log.
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