[Ovmsdev] esp-idf v3.3
dexter at expeedo.de
Mon Jul 22 19:52:43 HKT 2019
Am 22.07.19 um 13:38 schrieb Mark Webb-Johnson:
> Works ok for me. But I still got a mess in esp-idf (submodules not updated, old dependency .d files still around, etc), so had to remove it
> and re-clone.
> Builds identify as:3.2.002-141-g1dc82dd/ota_1/edge (build idf v3.1-dev-4770-ge97f72e Jul 22 2019 19:25:36)
> Is that correct? 3.1-dev-4770? Should it not be 3.3?
That should be fixed by a "make clean" (read: did it for me).
On the spiram test branch, this is my current state: 3.2.002-150-g185b2fb4/ota_1/edge (build idf v3.3-beta3-770-ge97f72ea2 Jul 21 2019 21:29:40)
> Bluetooth is not building for me, so I disabled it for the moment (it wasn’t enabled on the main build server anyway - just local
> development). Better to let espresso stabilise first before trying that again - just too many bugs and idiosyncratic behaviour.
> What is the current status of the toolchain with the PSRAM memory corruption fix? I see they released a newer version but you said it caused
> endless boot loop? Are you still running the version before that? Any point for us to change our public build system to it?
Trying the -95 version with this esp-idf is on my list, I currently still build my edge releases with -93.
The -93 version has no issues and has quite some benefit on stability and speed, so I recommend switching.
I'll test the -95 version this evening.
The esp-idf blobs still are pre-fix builds though, we need to wait for Espressif here. Keeping LWIP and Wifi internal buffers away from PSRAM helps.
> Regards, Mark.
>> On 22 Jul 2019, at 3:04 PM, Michael Balzer <dexter at expeedo.de <mailto:dexter at expeedo.de>> wrote:
>> Please note: a "git pull" will not work to update your local esp-idf.
>> I had to reset the master branch to a previous commit to undo the revert of the last update attempt. So origin/master is now basically a new
>> A fresh clone is always an option, but resyncing your local master branch to origin/master should do as well:
>> git fetch
>> git checkout -fB master origin/master
>> git submodule update --recursive
>> Am 21.07.19 um 21:33 schrieb Michael Balzer:
>>> Update is pushed.
>>> Don't forget to do a submodule update in the esp-idf, I also recommend doing a "make clean" before the next build.
>>> Use the defaults for new config options, except:
>>> - disable SPIRAM_BANKSWITCH_ENABLE (bank switching for >4MiB external RAM)
>>> - disable FATFS_ALLOC_PREFER_EXTRAM (Perfer external RAM when allocating FATFS)
>>> Am 20.07.19 um 23:21 schrieb Michael Balzer:
>>>> FYI: I've merged the current v3.3 status and am now running the new build (toolchain still 1.22.0-93-gf6c4cdf) on my modules.
>>>> I though it would be easier to merge v3.2 first, but that didn't work out. The current v3.2 status seems to have a bug, it wouldn't link
>>>> due to too many segments. The segments have been introduced by a wifi blob update to support a new wifi IRAM optimization, but that needs a
>>>> linker script & esptool update as well, that seems to be available only in the v3.3 branch.
>>>> So I merged v3.3 directly afterwards, and that builds without issues.
>>>> So far I haven't noticed any relevant problems running the new build. On stopping the wifi module, two event errors get logged, and the AP
>>>> network interface remains configured as up:
>>>> OVMS# wifi mode off
>>>> Stopping wifi station...
>>>> I (1307252) esp32wifi: Stopping WIFI station
>>>> I (1307252) netmanager: Interface priority is pp3 (10.170.195.13/255.255.255.255 gateway 10.64.64.64)
>>>> I (1307252) netmanager: Set DNS#2 0.0.0.0
>>>> I (1307252) netmanager: WIFI client down (with MODEM up): reconfigured for MODEM priority
>>>> I (1307252) wifi: state: run -> init (0)
>>>> I (1307262) wifi: pm stop, total sleep time: 1100678913 us / 1301859253 us
>>>> I (1307262) wifi: new:<1,0>, old:<1,1>, ap:<1,1>, sta:<1,0>, prof:1
>>>> E (1307262) event: system_event_sta_disconnected_handle_default 294 esp_wifi_internal_reg_rxcb ret=0x3014
>>>> E (1307262) event: system_event_ap_stop_handle_default 223 esp_wifi_internal_reg_rxcb ret=0x3014
>>>> W (1307262) netmanager: CleanupConnections: can't get AP station list
>>>> I (1307272) wifi: flush txq
>>>> I (1307272) wifi: stop sw txq
>>>> I (1307272) wifi: lmac stop hw txq
>>>> I (1307292) time: Network was reconfigured: restarting SNTP client
>>>> I (1307322) netmanager: Set DNS#2 0.0.0.0
>>>> I (1307322) esp32wifi: STA disconnected with reason 8
>>>> I (1307352) netmanager: Set DNS#2 0.0.0.0
>>>> I (1307392) netmanager: Set DNS#2 0.0.0.0
>>>> I (1307392) netmanager: WIFI access point is down
>>>> I (1307392) esp32wifi: AP stopped
>>>> OVMS# net status
>>>> Interface#3: pp3 (ifup=1 linkup=1)
>>>> IPv4: 10.170.195.13/255.255.255.255 gateway 10.64.64.64
>>>> Interface#2: ap2 (ifup=1 linkup=1)
>>>> IPv4: 192.168.4.1/255.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.4.1
>>>> DNS: 192.168.2.1 192.168.2.1
>>>> Default Interface: pp3 (10.170.195.13/255.255.255.255 gateway 10.64.64.64)
>>>> But wifi is off, and after starting the wifi network again, everything works, so that's a minor issue.
>>>> I'll do some more tests tomorrow, then push the update.
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