Boot time

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Re: Boot time

Post by Ant » Mon May 22, 2017 6:20 pm

Not shure is it connected or not, but intresting thing after resetting:
On 2.56 default time when device boots is: Sat Jan 1,2000
But after update on fw 2.56.x or 2.57, default time after start: Fri Feb 21,2031 (Thu Aug 10,2028)

Can this thing be reason of strange behaviour of device(some fs checks while starts for example)?

Even at ntp settings, calling reboot via web on 2.57 shows me some interrupt in 10 min:

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May 22 22:15:05 thttpd[3939]: timers - 9 allocated, 8 active, 1 free
May 22 22:15:05 thttpd[3939]: exiting
May 22 22:15:05 syslogd exiting
May 22 22:25:47 syslogd started: BusyBox v1.23.2
May 22 22:25:47 root: Running mtd_char_op to check for oem-name file in OEM partition
May 22 22:25:48 oemConstructor: OemNameSet - failed to open file with OemName [/tmp/oem/oemName.txt] - vbox default
May 22 22:25:48 oemConstructor: OemNameSet - OemName [VBox]

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Re: Boot time

Post by admin@vbox » Wed May 24, 2017 12:03 pm

OK, sorry I thought that there is a chance that it will help,
As it might be a corrupted setting value that was introduced on 2.56.x - but it seems that this is not the case

I will pass the time diff to the R&D

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Re: Boot time

Post by Ant » Wed May 24, 2017 7:22 pm

admin@vbox wrote:
Wed May 24, 2017 12:03 pm
I will pass the time diff to the R&D
Does R&D have any idea how to get this bug caught?
Any possibility to have some subfirmware between 2.56 and 2.56.1 for testing?

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Re: Boot time

Post by Ant » Mon Nov 06, 2017 5:25 pm

Just for history purposes:

Boot time of my unit for VJ firmware:
2.55 - fast
2.56 - fast
2.56.1 - long
2.56.2 - long
2.56.3 - long
2.57 - long
2.57.15 - fast (but have tuner issue (no dvb-t2))

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Re: Boot time

Post by admin@vbox » Mon Nov 06, 2017 5:39 pm

When you scan the T2 frequencies - do you see the multi PLP detection?

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Re: Boot time

Post by Ant » Mon Nov 06, 2017 6:45 pm

admin@vbox wrote:
Mon Nov 06, 2017 5:39 pm
When you scan the T2 frequencies - do you see the multi PLP detection?
Not shure what exactly you mean?

While searching on 2.56 i have:
23 490000 KHz Available
26 514000 KHz Available
36 594000 KHz Available
53 730000 KHz Available

While reflashed 2.57.15:
Scan results while quick setup wizard:
23 490000 KHz Available
26 514000 KHz Available
36 594000 KHz No signal
53 730000 KHz No signal

23, 26 - dvb-t
36, 53 - dvb-t2

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Re: Boot time

Post by Ant » Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:19 pm

I already send it to email,

Ah, there is problem with log downloads on 2.57.15:
It allow create archive but cannot delete and cannot download it with error:
404 Not Found

The requested URL '/cgi-bin/ManageApp/:55555(null)/VboxLogInfo_644200_16-01-1970_04-47-35.tar.gz' was not found on this server.

I Include only logs that i can get via view last log.
Noproblem log - 2.56
Problem log - 2.57.15
vboxlogs.tar.gz
(22.04 KiB) Not downloaded yet

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Re: Boot time

Post by admin@vbox » Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:51 pm

Please go to manage file and delete the 2.57.15 file and try to update again - we have many beta testers that have updated successfully so it should work

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Re: Boot time

Post by Ant » Tue Nov 07, 2017 6:32 am

admin@vbox wrote:
Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:51 pm
Please go to manage file and delete the 2.57.15 file and try to update again - we have many beta testers that have updated successfully so it should work
Done alot times yesterday, but nothing helps.
2.57.15 still not seeing dvb-t2 channels.

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Re: Boot time

Post by Ant » Mon Nov 13, 2017 8:45 pm

Any news from r&d guys?

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