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#1 2020-05-20 16:38:05

macdarren
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Registered: 2017-03-20
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bizzare failure on layer 118 of 465

Printer went to work first 100+ layers seem fine....print job should have finished in 4 to 5 hours total.
A check 6 hours later and it is still on layer 118...seems to print 118 over and over moving up and down but always moving to and displaying 118
attempt to get debug info caused reboot.  after reboot another attempt to get info also rebooted system
I will attempt a resume at 118 but I have never seen this sort of thing before.

Version 2955

Thanks in advance for all the effort that goes into nanoDLP!

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#2 2020-05-21 02:07:47

macdarren
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Re: bizzare failure on layer 118 of 465

Amazingly the resume worked pretty well even after hours of reprinting the same layer.  Still can’t get debug info for some reason.  Maybe I have a disk or memory issue.  Need to investigate further. Hoping next job goes off without a hitch and this strange failure was just a glitch

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#3 2020-05-21 21:52:56

Shahin
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Re: bizzare failure on layer 118 of 465

What will happen when you try to get debug file out?

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#4 2020-05-25 02:25:42

macdarren
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Re: bizzare failure on layer 118 of 465

RPi just crashes and restarts.

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#5 2020-05-25 17:15:42

Shahin
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Re: bizzare failure on layer 118 of 465

Does it happen frequently? Do you see anything abnormal on the dashboard such as the high memory usage or etc?

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#6 2020-05-26 00:05:31

macdarren
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Re: bizzare failure on layer 118 of 465

I see nothing abnormal and this is the first time this has happened....recent print have all worked but were not as many layers.
upgrade to beta3000 and I have downloaded log but I expect any valuable info has been lost in update and subsequent prints.

I'll keep an eye out for anomalies....of note I didn't reboot the Pi on update nor I gather did the app crashing and restarting.
Just application restarted I guess as the uptime remains consistent with having rebooted about a month ago.

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#7 2020-05-26 06:18:36

Shahin
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Re: bizzare failure on layer 118 of 465

printer.log may contains panic log. Would you please check timing and if it contains correct panic share it?

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