M3ID: Printer freezing mid print

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M3ID: Printer freezing mid print

Postby beehoppop » Wed Mar 21, 2018 2:36 am

Hi -

I am having a problem were my M3ID is freezing during a print. I have seen this happen a few times where it freezes for a minute and then continues printing but I have now hit a case were it has been frozen for about 10 minutes. Below is a snipped of the terminal window that I think offers a clue to the problem, it looks like OctoPrint received a "echo:busy: processing*ok" but never started printing again. I am running "OctoPrint 1.3.6 running on OctoPi 0.13.0". (I just updated to 1.3.6 but I was seeing the freeze earlier as well). I am also running a webcam.

Any suggestions on how I should fix this?

Thanks!
Brent

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Send: N1157 G1 X60.430 Y111.833 E8.2491*94
Recv: ok
Send: N1158 G1 X60.456 Y111.752 E8.2595*92
Recv: ok
Send: N1159 G1 X60.658 Y111.000 E8.3536*89
Recv: ok
Send: N1160 G1 X39.342 Y111.000 E10.9319*105
Recv: ok
Send: N1161 G1 X39.321 Y110.922 E10.9417*108
Recv: ok
Send: N1162 G1 X39.307 Y110.860 E10.9493*96
Recv: ok
Send: N1163 G1 X39.220 Y110.420 E11.0036*110
Recv: ok
Send: N1164 G1 X39.209 Y110.357 E11.0113*99
Recv:  T:215.00 /215.00 B:64.80 /65.00 T0:215.00 /215.00 T1:215.00 /215.00 @:42 B@:64 @0:36 @1:42
Recv: echo:busy: processing*ok
Recv:  T:214.96 /215.00 B:64.79 /65.00 T0:215.00 /215.00 T1:214.96 /215.00 @:43 B@:67 @0:36 @1:43
Recv:  T:215.00 /215.00 B:64.66 /65.00 T0:215.00 /215.00 T1:215.00 /215.00 @:42 B@:127 @0:36 @1:42
Recv:  T:214.96 /215.00 B:64.63 /65.00 T0:215.00 /215.00 T1:214.96 /215.00 @:43 B@:85 @0:36 @1:43
Recv:  T:214.96 /215.00 B:64.63 /65.00 T0:215.00 /215.00 T1:214.96 /215.00 @:43 B@:73 @0:36 @1:43
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Re: M3ID: Printer freezing mid print

Postby beehoppop » Tue Mar 27, 2018 2:17 am

It appears this was being caused by the LED lights I had plugged into the RasPi's USB port. After removing them I am not seeing the problem. They were probably drawing too much power when combined with the camera.
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