OTGW stops working after random time

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OTGW stops working after random time

Post by erik » Wednesday 23 September 2015 12:15

After using the OTGW (usb) with Domoticz for almost a month without issues, I'm facing some strange problems the last days.

The returned values for all the sensors (setpoint, boiler, etc) suddenly drop to 0. Checking the logs it looks like this:

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2015-09-23 08:47:05.954 OTGW: Error 03
2015-09-23 08:47:07.188 OTGW: Error 03
2015-09-23 08:47:08.422 OTGW: Error 03
2015-09-23 08:47:09.658 OTGW: Error 03
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Disabling the OTGW (under Hardware in Domoticz) and re-enabling it with a delay of half an hour fixes the issue sometimes, but not always on the first try.

Anyone else having this issue or an idea how to fix it?

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Re: OTGW stops working after random time

Post by gizmocuz » Wednesday 23 September 2015 13:15

Edit: changed topic to stopped working, as it is not crashing. Error 03 is relied from OTGW

i assume you are running the latest beta firmware from OTGW ?
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Re: OTGW stops working after random time

Post by erik » Wednesday 23 September 2015 15:48

Not sure what version is running, haven't updated it lately. I'll give it a try after I update the ogtw firmware to see if that helps.

Wasn't really sure if it was a problem on the domotics side or not, we'll see!

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Re: OTGW stops working after random time

Post by stingone » Monday 02 November 2015 21:38

Hello Everyone i encounter a simular issue

For a couple of days now i hooked-up my OTGW to my raspberry PI. When i start the OTmonitor it works for couple of minutes till max 45 min. Then suddenly it stops working and i need to restart the otmonitor. When lucky it still reads the data but often i have to wait for couple of minutes after reboot. Has this maybe to do with the fact that it needs USB with external power?

The other issue is that i cant seem to startup the OTmonitor at start-up. Does anyone has a decent process to manage this?

When i run
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./otmonitor-ahf --daemon -f /opt/otmonitor/otmonitor.conf
sometimes it workes... but most of the time i get a internal server error

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Re: OTGW stops working after random time

Post by Gatekeeper » Tuesday 10 November 2015 15:41

Hello everybody,

Unfortunately I ran into a similar issue...
I soldered my OTGW (USB version over WiFi) together and after setting it up I could instantly see the values on the OTmonitor (small side note: I couldn't download the latest Windows version, I had to use an older Beta version. "No permission" error on the site).
After a minute the "fun" became a little less as the log was filled with ERROR 03 messages. Just like the topic starter mentioned, the values drop to 0 as well.

Not sure if it's related or noticed by others, but when the error 03 appears, I also saw C.O on my thermostat.
Plus, in general, I'm not able to change the temperature. Just mentioning this as I'm not sure this is due to the error message.

The only thing which solves the error is disconnecting the gateway from the mains and plugging it back in. This too only "solves" it for a minute, max.

If anyone knows a solution...?

Marc.
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Using the latest OTGW firmware and an Agpo 127c boiler.

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Re: OTGW stops working after random time

Post by pfwolbers » Saturday 12 December 2015 14:58

you need to change the reference voltage till you are not receiving any errors anymore.

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Re: OTGW stops working after random time

Post by sincze » Saturday 12 December 2015 22:12

I have problems with latest version of OT firmware 4.2.5, reverted back to 4.2.
It seems my OTGW is resetting more often (multiple times per hour) if I hook it up via a TPLINK (Ser2Net) or (OTMonitor with relay) on a Raspberry.
Connecting it directly to a laptop via USB and running otmonitor 4.2.4.1 allowed me to reduce error 03: to 0 counts.
http://www.domoticaforum.eu/viewtopic.php?f=75&t=10882

Hardware: Agpo Ferroli Megalux 6 & Honeywell Modulation. (OTGW + USB)

General problem I have now is that Domoticz thinks it is hell warm in my room.
Display on Agpo shows the correct temperature....
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Re: OTGW stops working after random time

Post by sincze » Friday 08 January 2016 0:20

A well the 4.2.5 firmware issues are over!

OT Monitor is running fine now.

However:
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Anyone that can explain this strange behaviour in Domoticz???
OT Monitor shows temperature just fine.

Really appreciated.
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