Major update for ORx and Lighthouse

do manual update , just select import , but do not detect the sd card …

posting new logs after manual update http://piratas.cu.cc/descargas/outernet/lighthouse/logs/2.0.000/

http://piratas.cu.cc/descargas/outernet/lighthouse/logs/2.0.000/librarian_0.5.dev1_2015-12-05_21-04-09.log

[email protected]:/var/log$ df -h

Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on
devtmpfs 427.7M 0 427.7M 0% /dev
ubi0:rootfs 26.2M 26.2M 0 100% /mnt/rootfs
tmpfs 80.0M 7.2M 72.8M 9% /mnt/tmpfs
unionfs 80.0M 7.2M 72.8M 9% /
ubi0:persist 5.6M 48.0K 4.7M 1% /mnt/persist
ubi0:data 3.3G 3.1G 204.6M 94% /mnt/data
/dev/mmcblk0p1 57.5G 5.1G 49.4G 9% /mnt/mmcblk0p1

also add a 12 fan to the armv7 chip , its to hot here

Please find system log

It looks like now I am seeing Librarian Pages populated after I just restarted my Raspberry Pi 2.
I will keep watching for other Librarian contents …

the 2.0.000 do not detect old sd card for new storage ? ?

need to format ? the sd its loaded
/dev/mmcblk0p1 57.5G 5.1G 49.4G 9% /mnt/mmcblk0p1

Can you write a fresh sd card using Ubuntu and confirm?

Syslog was full of balance_pgdat erors (still not sure what those mean, and whether they are critical), so I couldn’t see any entries related to hotplug events. Can you do this?

  1. remove SD card
  2. ssh into the device
  3. run tail -f /var/log/syslog | tee hotplug.txt
  4. plug the card in
  5. wailt for the hotplugging to finish either with error or success
  6. extract hotplug.txt from your device and post it online

http://piratas.cu.cc/descargas/outernet/lighthouse/logs/2.0.000/tail_20000.txt

im gona try a new sd card on ext4 ,

pd: you can see http://piratas.cu.cc/descargas/outernet/ ?

It is possible that ext4 filesystem you are creating is not compatible with the kernel. We’ve experimented with ext4 using latest Arch Linux, but it’s possible that some distros use weird defaults that result in incompatibilities. IIRC, LH includes mkfs.ext4 command, so perhaps using that to format your card will give better results.

EDIT: I mean format it from within LH.

can you give me a example of the mkfs.ext4 line ¡?

sudo mkfs.ext4 -L EXT_STORE /dev/sdb1 

need to add more options ??

just put a new just open microsd on the slot and after format and get

[  [email protected]] card out
[  [email protected]] sd: card 59b4 removed
[  [email protected]] normal card in
[  [email protected]] sd: mmc_rescan_try_freq: trying to init card at 400000 Hz
[  [email protected]] sd: new high speed SDXC card at address 59b4, clock 50000000, 4-bit-bus-width
[  [email protected]] mmcblk0: sd:59b4 NCard 60.3 GiB
[  [email protected]]  mmcblk0: unknown partition table

and the new card do not get recognized
http://piratas.cu.cc/doku.php?id=outernet:lighthouse:update:20000

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No, it’s more about the default ext4 options that are specified by the OS. I’m not sure what the defaults are on LH, though. I can look it up if you want.

If you formatted the card inside LH, try running sync command before ejecting it.

the old sd was formated on ubuntu 15
the old sd was working on 1.4.3000
on the 2.0.000 the old sd do not apear on storage devices…

the new sd was formated on the LH , but do not work or the LH do not detect this sd

now, im on the old sd, the LH its doing som check ?

[  [email protected]] normal card in
[  [email protected]] sd: mmc_rescan_try_freq: trying to init card at 400000 Hz
[  [email protected]] sd: SD Status: Invalid Allocation Unit size.
[  [email protected]] sd: new high speed SDXC card at address 0001, clock 50000000, 4-bit-bus-width
[  [email protected]] mmcblk0: sd:0001 00000 58.5 GiB
[  [email protected]]  mmcblk0: p1
[  [email protected]] force enable DISCARD here for ext4 fs
[  [email protected]] checked enable EXT4 DISCARD here
[  [email protected]] EXT4-fs (mmcblk0p1): mounting with "discard" option, but the device does not support discard
[  [email protected]] EXT4-fs (mmcblk0p1): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: (null)
[  [email protected]] wetek-dvb dvb.8: stop_feed_dmx0
[  [email protected]] wetek-dvb dvb.8: FLUSH FIFO0
[  [email protected]] wetek-dvb dvb.8: FLUSH ok

only power led its on, no web interface , ssh on

[email protected]] udevd[1065]: worker [1077] /devices/platform/aml_sdio.0/mmc_host/sd/sd:0001/block/mmcblk0/mmcblk0p1 is taking a long time
[ [email protected]] balance_pgdat end zone=1, pgdat_is_balanced=0
[ [email protected]] balance_pgdat, nr_reclaimed=26
[ [email protected]] balance_pgdat end zone=1, pgdat_is_balanced=0
[ [email protected]] balance_pgdat, nr_reclaimed=26

??? or infinite loop ? :D, the main chip its too hot

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