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Users / Re: 1204/1404 HAL replacement !!! Please read!
« Last post by maverick0815 on March 26, 2015, 01:19:01 pm »
So, I checked a little more. I removed the devices from the configuration and did a reboot. The disks were immediately recognised, but they don't get online. I tried setting them in the webadmin, but that doesn't do anything. After reboot the tick for online is gone again too.
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Users / Re: rpi2
« Last post by totallymaxed on March 26, 2015, 11:07:51 am »
The same reason why you wouldn't want Wifi with a disked x86 MD apply to the rpi.

Why's that? We used to build MD's in that config in the distant past...2007-8 or there about.

Andy
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Users / Re: 1204/1404 HAL replacement !!! Please read!
« Last post by maverick0815 on March 26, 2015, 10:36:54 am »
No need to thank me....I'm glad I can contribute at least this way. On the other hand, I still couldn't revive the drives. I'm really considering a fresh install. After a kernel upgrade on the core I always have to reinstall asterisk. Kernelupgrades on the core give me dependency errors. So many guess is, something went wrong earlier. This way we can see how the new system works on a fresh install.
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Users / Re: 1204/1404 HAL replacement !!! Please read!
« Last post by phenigma on March 26, 2015, 04:03:53 am »
The fix for this issue is in the repo.
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apt-get update
apt-get upgrade
will bring the fix.

It's probable that this is not the only/last issue.  Please report back any other issues or crashes of the Hardware Abstraction Layer.  I will be sure to help fix things as quickly as possibe.

Some tips if you're having issues:
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ps ax | grep HAL
should show multiple lines of output.  If you only get one line, then hal is not running and has likely crashed for some reason (most likely my incompetence as a programmer :P ).

If you're running on the core and through the test above you determine that HAL is not running.  Please do the following:
Edit /etc/pluto.conf and add ",34,35" to the LogLevels= variable.
Reload the DCERouter.
Then:
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/usr/pluto/bin/HAL -d 16 -r localhost | tee out.txt
If you didn't see HAL running earlier then I expect this might crash. 

If it crashes... and only if it crashes please pastebin the output file 'out.txt' by running:
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pastebinit out.txt
That will paste the complete output of the HAL daemon up until the possible crash and likely point me directly to the problem with extremely specific information ;).

Thanks for helping troubleshoot this one Mav!  Seemingly un-related missing hard drives brought us back to the HAL daemon changes.  I really (can't emphasize enough) REALLY appreciate the time you spent with me to figure out the problem!

J.
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Installation issues / Re: LMCE-1404 20150308181930157 reboot loop
« Last post by phenigma on March 26, 2015, 03:05:29 am »
If you'd like me to try anything, please advise.

heh.  phenigma sticks his foot in his mouth and mumbles...:

Try to figure out what the problem is?!?    8)

Anything you can do to try and figure out the issue.  First thing is to press ESC to kill the splash.  Which probably shouldn't be there to begin with.  hmm.  I'll try to find a moment to check the dvd creation log.

Need to have a talk with posde about over use of "|| :" and how it prevents us from finding problems.   ;)  (inside speak to posde... ;) )

J.
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Installation issues / Re: LMCE-1404 20150308181930157 reboot loop
« Last post by pigdog on March 26, 2015, 01:18:37 am »
Hi,

Just got back from work and tried again.

Doesn't matter from the GNU GRUB version 2.02~beta2-9ubuntu1 menu screen if I select *Ubuntu or Advanced options for Ubuntu.

The "fancy" Kubuntu splash appears, not the LMCE Kubuntu 14.04 splash, and the system cold reboots (BIOS splash) and loads the GNU GRUB screen again.

MD5sum's checked out on the iso's.  Something seems borked.

If you'd like me to try anything, please advise.

Regards.

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Users / Re: 1204/1404 HAL replacement !!! Please read!
« Last post by phenigma on March 25, 2015, 11:46:50 pm »
Thanks Mav, I'll check the output and get a fix out asap.

J.
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Users / Re: 1204/1404 HAL replacement !!! Please read!
« Last post by maverick0815 on March 25, 2015, 11:42:52 pm »
I have no more access to my drives in the core...
Phenigma was so kind as to try to assist me. I will attach the output file generated by HAL, until it terminated. Maybe this will help.
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Users / Re: 1204/1404 HAL replacement !!! Please read!
« Last post by phenigma on March 25, 2015, 08:39:00 pm »
There is no way that the new HAL could affect performance of your system.  qOrbiter is under a lot of changes atm and HAL is completely unrelated to it.  There is no affect that HAL could have on your internet connection either.  Talk to golgo about the qOrbiter issues in the qOrbiter thread.

To be sure you can always check if HAL is chewing cpu using top at the command line, but it sits consistently at 0% cpu usage on all my test systems, including rpi1 & rpi2.

J.
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Users / Re: 1204/1404 HAL replacement !!! Please read!
« Last post by maverick0815 on March 25, 2015, 08:18:21 pm »
I don't know, if this is really related, but since the update, I noticed some decrease in performance, qorbiter takes long to load and display the viewpoint.....also internet access seems slower. I checked my connection in the fritzbox...there it's fine.
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