after updating to the new 9.9.0 i got all process lsit unavailabe
message that apears is nodule missing ?
logging is still going, but i got the error. What did i missed ?
selfhosted on raspberry
Apparently similar issue on Github
Hello @nuno_faria1, did you run database update? Can you share a screenshot of what you see, do you see any errors in your browsers web console log?
strugling to insert image.
i did run database update. nothing to update…
thats what i got…
i am a new user, can only post one image…
I’ve bumped your user acount up a notch. You should be able to upload multiple pictures now.
I seem to have the same problem , is there any update on this?
Emoncms Version low-write 9.9.0 Modules Administration : App v1.2.0 : Backup v1.1.5 : EmonHub Config v1.0.0 : Dashboard v1.3.1 : Device v1.1.1 : EventProcesses : Feed : Graph v1.2.1 : Input : Postprocess v1.0.0 : CoreProcess : Schedule : Network Setup v1.0.0 : sync : Time : User : Visualisation : WiFi v1.3.0 Git URL GitHub - emoncms/emoncms: Web-app for processing, logging and visualising energy, temperature and other environmental data Git Branch * stable Buffer loading… Writer Daemon is running with sleep 60s Server OS Linux 4.9.35-v7+ Host emonpi emonpi (192.168.8.114) Date 2018-10-20 07:40:22 SAST Uptime 07:40:22 up 16 min, 0 users, load average: 0.93, 0.78, 0.51 HTTP Server Apache/2.4.10 (Raspbian) HTTP/1.1 CGI/1.1 80 MySQL Version 5.5.57-0+deb8u1 Host 127.0.0.1 (127.0.0.1) Date 2018-10-20 07:40:22 (UTC 02:00) Stats Uptime: 970 Threads: 5 Questions: 34042 Slow queries: 0 Opens: 93 Flush tables: 1 Open tables: 86 Queries per second avg: 35.094 Redis Version 2.8.17 Host localhost:6379 (127.0.0.1) Size 145 keys (509.54K) Uptime 0 days MQTT Version 1.4.14 Host localhost:1883 (127.0.0.1) Pi Model Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Rev 1.2 - 1 GB (Sony UK) SoC Broadcom BCM2835 Serial num. C5891ABA Temperature CPU: 49.39°C - GPU: 48.3’C Release emonSD-26Oct17 File-system Current: read-only - Set root file-system temporarily to read-write, (default read-only) Memory RAM Used: 33.25% Total: 970.93 MB Used: 322.82 MB Free: 648.11 MB Disk Mount Stats / Used: 67.07% Total: 3.33 GB Used: 2.23 GB Free: 957.8 MB /boot Used: 36.36% Total: 59.95 MB Used: 21.8 MB Free: 38.15 MB /home/pi/data Used: 13.06% Total: 968.33 MB Used: 126.5 MB Free: 791.84 MB PHP Version 5.6.37-0+deb8u1 (Zend Version 2.6.0) Modules apache2handler : bcmath : bz2 : calendar : Core v5.6.37-0+deb8u1 : ctype : curl : date v5.6.37-0+deb8u1 : dba : dio v0.0.4RC4 : dom v20031129 : ereg : exif vId: cad29b729548e4206f0697710cc9e177f26fdff : fileinfo v1.0.5 : filter v0.11.0 : ftp : gd : gettext : hash v1.0 : iconv : json v1.3.6 : libxml : mbstring : mcrypt : mhash : mosquitto v0.3.0 : mysql v1.0 : mysqli v0.1 : openssl : pcre : PDO v1.0.4dev : pdo_mysql v1.0.2 : pdo_pgsql v1.0.2 : pdo_sqlite v1.0.1 : pgsql : Phar v2.0.2 : posix : readline v5.6.37-0+deb8u1 : redis v2.2.7 : Reflection v$Id: 5f15287237d5f78d75b19c26915aa7bd83dee8b : session : shmop : SimpleXML v0.1 : soap : sockets : SPL v0.2 : sqlite3 v0.7-dev : standard v5.6.37-0+deb8u1 : sysvmsg : sysvsem : sysvshm : tokenizer v0.1 : wddx : xml : xmlreader v0.1 : xmlwriter v0.1 : Zend OPcache v7.0.6-devFE : zip v1.12.5 : zlib v2.0
HTTP Browser Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/69.0.3497.100 Safari/537.36 Screen Resolution 1680 x 1050 Window Size 1848 x 954
I did upgrade via the Admin console of EmonPi. After the update the “Input Process” stopped working.
The data that is sent to emon is comming through (Via node red and the Emon Node) but it is no longer been processed.
See screen shots
I can also not add an process as it seems missing.
Looking at the console on the admin page if I attempt to upgrade emonpi again I get the following
Starting emonPi Update >
Service Runner update script V1.1.1
Sat 20 Oct 07:46:12 SAST 2018
emonSD version: emonSD-26Oct17
ERROR: emonSD base image old or undefined…update will not continue
See latest verson: emonSD pre built SD card Download & Change Log · openenergymonitor/emonpi Wiki · GitHub
Is there a way to fix this?
It seems support for the emonSD-26Oct17 was (accidentally?) dropped in a recent commit
I’ve submitted PR’s for this version to be reintroduced but even once those fixes are in place, you won’t be able to pull them in as support for your image has been temporally removed so the update won’t run to pull in the fixes.
A work around is to edit the version file to a supported version so the update will run and then change it back so as not to cause any further confusion caused by reporting the wrong base image.
If you ssh in and run the following from the command line
rpi-rw sudo mv /boot/emonSD-26Oct17 /boot/emonSD-13Jun18
you should then be able to update as usual and then after ALL the updates are done (ie update now and then again when the fix to the versions is merged by @glyn.hudson )
rpi-rw sudo mv /boot/emonSD-13Jun18 /boot/emonSD-26Oct17
you could then try running the update again just to be sure all is hunky-dory.
As for your original “processing” issue, I’m afraid I haven’t a clue, but it’s worth asking, have you tried clearing the browser cache? (ctrl-f5)
Good job it is enabled… GRD (for the youngsters amongst you, Grinning Running Ducking)…
I realise the code to force a browser refresh of cached content on the input and feed list pages was not included. I have added this in now (including updating stable) Force browser cache reload by TrystanLea · Pull Request #1077 · emoncms/emoncms · GitHub to help avoid the need for a manual clearing of browser cache.
Thanks also for your fix @pb66. I have merged both in. For those who have pressed update in the intervening time and who see:
ERROR: emonSD base image old or undefined…update will not continue
a manual fix is required unfortunately as @pb66 explained. Perhaps the preferable fix is to update the emonpi repository rather than changing the base image file?
rpi-rw cd emonpi git pull
- until 8am Monday 22nd Oct
Or those of us on the other side of the pond…
Thanks so much for the fix @pb66. I’m very sorry for causing this hassle, totally my fault. I’ve created a new thread to make clear the steps required to fix this issue for any users effected:
Re-running emonPi update or a manual git pull on the Emoncms core should fix the issue. Alternatively manually clearing the browser cache should fix the issue by forcing the browser to load the updated resources.
Apologies for the hassle, thanks for the support.
Is this comment directed towards our recent efforts to increase security by disabling SSH? If you have any comments to make please voice them in the thread
For the record enabling SSH would only require a 5-second press-and-hold of the push button the emonPi. In my opinion, 5 seconds of a users time is a small inconvenience for the significantly increased security.
This sorted my problem , Ill remember in future to check this first. Thanks !
thanks for the support. should also remember the ctrl-f5 browser refresh.
its working after updating to 9.9.2
Oh @glyn.hudson, did you not get the GRD bit???
Once enabled, does it stay enabled?
I’ve answered on the thread: