Thanks both for the suggestions!
I see this over and over in the logs (and that’s all). Is it possible that the MQTT service died, or is somehow broken?
2019-04-28 16:51:24.167|WARN|emoncms_mqtt.php|Connecting to MQTT server: Connection Accepted.: code: 0
2019-04-28 16:51:49.241|WARN|emoncms_mqtt.php|Not connected, retrying connection
emonPiLCD Active Exited, otherwise all services are running.
Emoncms Version low-write 9.9.8
Modules Administration App v1.2.1 Backup v1.1.6 EmonHub Config v1.1.0 Dashboard v1.3.3 Device v1.2.1 EventProcesses Feed Graph v1.2.3 Input Postprocess v1.0.0 CoreProcess Schedule Network Setup v1.0.0 sync Time User Visualisation WiFi v1.3.1
Git URL: https://github.com/emoncms/emoncms.git Branch: * stable Describe: v9.5.1-1775-gd0db7a57
Server OS Linux 4.14.71-v7+
Host emonpi emonpi (192.168.1.109)
Date 2019-05-02 20:19:07 UTC
Uptime 20:19:07 up 20 days, 5:02, 0 users, load average: 0.58, 0.22, 0.13
I tried to update and I don’t think it did anything, so I’m guessing I’m running the latest versions of everything.
Swap is nearly full (Total: 100 MB Used: 96.25 MB Free: 3.75 MB), but there is RAM free (Total: 976.74 MB Used: 250.34 MB Free: 726.4 MB) so why would that happen?
Does anyone know a way to enable SSH that actually works? (The one in the video did not.)