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Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Sat Dec 27, 2014 2:25 am

I have noticed that the Energy Monitor steppes working after doing the first ORDOID Utility update on a new load.
I have verified this using a copy of purchased Ubuntu 14.04 SD card. The energy monitor will continue working properly after shutdown and restart, until the utility is run.

The monitor does show changing temperatures but not Volt, Amps, or Watts and the graph stops tracing values.

This is not a show stopper for me, but it is a advertised feature and should work properly.

Please add this to your fix it list.

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[SOLVED]Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Wed Dec 31, 2014 4:24 am

Energy Monitor is working again after I installed Linux kernel 3.10.63.

Thanks everyone.

The problem with the Energy Monitor using up memory still exists as reported in http://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f ... rgy#p57294

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by odroid » Wed Dec 31, 2014 10:39 am

The updated Energy Monitor already fixed the memory leak issue.
Can you tell me what you found?

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Sun Jan 04, 2015 9:29 am

I ran it several times with the follwing results:
1) Started Energy and System monitors in the morning and noticed memory usage crapping up on the System Monitor. Energy monitor terminated sometime during the day. Memory usage had returned to normal.

2) Restarted Energy and System monitors with intent of testing new installed Swap space. It ran for about 6 hrs consuming about 30% of 2.9Gb swap space before terminating. After self termination memory return to normal. Swap seemed to be working properly.

After installing the latest kernel, I restarted both monitor and and could see memory creeping up in the System Monitor.

The System Monitor should tell you when the problem is fixed.

Thanks for the followup. Have a Great New Year.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by odroid » Sun Jan 04, 2015 12:02 pm

Did you already replace the Energy-monitor executable with the updated one in this link?
http://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f ... 294#p57294

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Mon Jan 05, 2015 7:43 am

I didn't replace the excitable. I thought the changes would be included in update. I noticed you modified getnode today so I re-installed and compiled per instructions.


When executing from the build directory I reveived:
=====================================================
odroid@xu3-1:~$ sudo EnegeryMonitor
[sudo] password for odroid:

(EnegeryMonitor:3377): IBUS-WARNING **: The owner of /home/odroid/.config/ibus/bus is not root!
/dev/sensor_arm Open Fail
OpenINA231 error
IOCTL Error!
IOCTL Error!
IOCTL Error!
IOCTL Error!
IOCTL Error!
=======================================================

The power values and graph are blank. Power Monitor showed version 1.1

I must have mess up the build. I will try again in another directory. I also need to learn how to include code in my posts.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Mon Jan 05, 2015 10:04 pm

EnergyMonitor.doc
Results
(51.5 KiB) Downloaded 239 times
I recompiled again and received the following, see attachment
I also noticed that "github" still lits status as "just now". Does this mean you still working on "getnode"?

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Unread post by odroid » Mon Jan 05, 2015 10:30 pm

Try this pre-built one first and get back to us.

We will look into the gtihub in the middle of this week.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Mon Jan 05, 2015 11:55 pm

Same results as last post using EnergyMonitor.zip

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odroid@xu3-1:~/Downloads$ sudo ./EnergyMonitor

(EnergyMonitor:5923): IBUS-WARNING **: The owner of /home/odroid/.config/ibus/bus is not root!
/dev/sensor_arm Open Fail 
OpenINA231 error 
IOCTL Error 
IOCTL Error 
odroid@xu3-1:~/Downloads$ 
Monitor image is also the same

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by odroid » Tue Jan 06, 2015 12:31 am

I think your root file system has something wrong.
I have no idea what broke the permission of ibus.

Fresh OS installation seems to be the fastest way to fix the issue.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Tue Jan 06, 2015 2:05 am

/dev/sensor_arm does not exist on my system which is probably coursing the error message.

Can you please zip me a copy of "sensor_arm"?

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Tue Jan 06, 2015 2:56 am

sensor_arm showed up after hanging the system and rebooting. no need to zip the file.

I then tries version 1.1 of Energy Monitor and it works without memory creep, that Great!

I don't understand "sensor_arm" simpering and cumming back. I will continue to monitor this.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Tue Jan 06, 2015 11:23 am

/dev/sensor_arm continues to be an allusive file. I have now discovered that a reboot does not bring it back. It seems to return only after I get the system into a weird state where the loogout dialog only shows Lock Screen, Log out and Cancel and then powering down and restarting with the power switch.

What I want to do is move sensor_arm to a new location in eMMc. I tried a "cp sensor_arm sensor_arm2 but it error out and created sensor_arm2 as a test file.

My question is how do I copy and rename these zero length device files? Please be specific.
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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by odroid » Tue Jan 06, 2015 11:48 am

It is a device node not a file. You can't move it.

BTW, Update the kernel via ODROID-Utility first to make a stable access of power sensors.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Wed Jan 07, 2015 8:22 am

Ok, I did the update using Odroid Utility even though I was already on the latest kernel. My observations follow:
1) Energy Monitor was working after system was down over night.
2) Did update - monitor still working.
3) Did a reboot - monitor stopped working.
4) Did a shutdown, pulled power plug and HDMI cable - re-plugged, normal start, double clicked on Energy Monitor, screen went black, hit shift key and display returned, entered password - monitor worked
5) Did a reboot - monitor stopped working.
6) repeated steps 3 - 5 results were consistent.
7) repeated steps 3-4 with a quick un-plug and re-plug of HDMI - Energy Monitor not working


Conclusions -
1) Reboot does not do a complete system reset.
2) Power Switch does not do complete reset.
3) Pulling power cord does not do complete reset.
4) pulling power and HDMI cables, waiting 30 seconds before re-plugging is required to totally reset the system (specifically device nodes).

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by odroid » Wed Jan 07, 2015 10:47 am

Can you check the existane of "/dev/sensor_arm*" when the Energy Monitor doesn't work?

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Wed Jan 07, 2015 10:53 am

I have checked many time. "/dev/sensor_arm*" is not listed when the monitor is not working. The other 3 sensors seem stable.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by odroid » Wed Jan 07, 2015 11:01 am

What is the output of "uname -a"?

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

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odroid@xu3-1:~$ uname -a
Linux xu3-1 3.10.63 #1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Jan 2 02:11:39 BRST 2015 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux
odroid@xu3-1:~$ 

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by odroid » Wed Jan 07, 2015 11:13 am

One more question.
Did you build the kernel by yourself?

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Wed Jan 07, 2015 11:17 am

I don't know how to do that yet. Want to learn.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Wed Jan 07, 2015 11:24 am

FYI:
I looked at the dev/ folder properties and it lists a total count of files:1445
after a reboot 1441 so four devices were lost in reboot.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Wed Jan 07, 2015 9:40 pm

Continued testing to verify above conclusions failed. The results follow:
1) After being powered down (cables disconnected) startup revieled /dev contained 1441 files - no sensor_arm.
2) Reboot #1- 1444 files - with sensor_arm included.
3) Reboot #2 - 1441 files - no sensor_arm.
4) Reboot #3 - 1442 files - no sensor_arm.
5) Reboot #4 - 1442 files - no sensor_arm.
6) Power down using switch - 1442 files - no sensor_arm.
7) Total power down (cables removed) - 1444 files - with sensor_arm included.

I am interested in finding out specifically what files are dropping out as they could be causing other issues. In the past I had Unix experts working for me that could write a script to list and compare directories. I think this is where a script would be helpful.
I would need a script to save the files in a good /dev listing as a base line. And a script to run after restart to tell the differences. I would use this in further testing.

Would you be willing to help with the scripts?

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Unread post by odroid » Wed Jan 07, 2015 10:42 pm

I have no experience of scripts. :(

Tomorrow, We will try to reproduce this issue with the latest kernel update same as your "an 2 02:11:39 BRST 2015" kernel.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Wed Jan 07, 2015 11:04 pm

I got it working

run "ls -a /dev > dev_1444_ls" to create base line file
after reboot files dropped to 1442
run "ls -a /dev > dev_new_ls" to creat new with the 1442 files and
run "diff dev_1444_ls dev_new_ls" to print the differences

here are the results

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odroid@xu3-1:~$ ls -a  /dev > dev_new_ls 
odroid@xu3-1:~$ diff dev_1444_ls dev_new_ls
326d325
< sensor_arm
odroid@xu3-1:~$ 
I was surprised to see only one file listed. I think this means there is another file missing in one of the sub directories.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Tue Jan 13, 2015 8:02 am

I found this in dmesg where is reports sensor-arm error-111

What is the meaning of this error?
Sensor.png
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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by odroid » Tue Jan 13, 2015 2:10 pm

Those 4 sensors are connected via I2C bus.
Somehow.. there is no response or communication error, and shows the error.

Did you modify the kernel and build it?

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Tue Jan 13, 2015 8:52 pm

odroid@xu3-1:~$ uname -a
Linux xu3-1 3.10.63 #1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Jan 2 02:11:39 BRST 2015 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux
odroid@xu3-1:~$

No modifications. Installed by Odroid-Utility kernel update

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Thu Jan 15, 2015 4:23 am

Today's dmesg errors also includes i2c issue.
Is anyone else having this issue with Energy Monitor?
If not could this be a cold solder connection as it seems to come and go? Yesterday in attached a serial terminal monitor, applying pressure to the board installing the connector and it started without errors. When it fails the errors are consistent.


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[    4.445356] [c6] pwm-samsung: tin parent at 66600000
[    4.675883] [c6] INA231 3-0040: I2C write error: (-111) reg: 0x0 
[    4.684052] [c6] smsc95xx v1.0.4
[    4.687162] [c4] INA231 3-0040: ============= Probe INA231 Fail! : sensor_arm (0xFFFFFF91) ============= 
[    4.687196] [c4] INA231: probe of 3-0040 failed with error -111
[    4.696001] [c4] INA231 3-0041: ============= Probe INA231 : sensor_mem ============= 
[    4.696016] [c4] INA231 3-0041: SENSOR ENABLE   : false
[    4.696029] [c4] INA231 3-0041: REG CONFIG      : 0x45FF
[    4.696040] [c4] INA231 3-0041: REG CALIBRATION : 0x15FA
[    4.696054] [c4] INA231 3-0041: SHUNT Resister  : 10 mOhm
[    4.696067] [c4] INA231 3-0041: MAX Current     : 3 A
[    4.696078] [c4] INA231 3-0041: Current LSB uA  : 91 uA
[    4.696089] [c4] INA231 3-0041: Conversion Time : 263808 us
[    4.696100] [c4] INA231 3-0041: =====================================================
[    4.704770] [c5] INA231 3-0044: ============= Probe INA231 : sensor_g3d ============= 
[    4.704785] [c5] INA231 3-0044: SENSOR ENABLE   : false
[    4.704797] [c5] INA231 3-0044: REG CONFIG      : 0x45FF
[    4.704810] [c5] INA231 3-0044: REG CALIBRATION : 0x0D28
[    4.704821] [c5] INA231 3-0044: SHUNT Resister  : 10 mOhm
[    4.704833] [c5] INA231 3-0044: MAX Current     : 5 A
[    4.704843] [c5] INA231 3-0044: Current LSB uA  : 152 uA
[    4.704854] [c5] INA231 3-0044: Conversion Time : 263808 us
[    4.704865] [c5] INA231 3-0044: =====================================================
[    4.713495] [c5] INA231 3-0045: ============= Probe INA231 : sensor_kfc ============= 
[    4.713509] [c5] INA231 3-0045: SENSOR ENABLE   : false
[    4.713522] [c5] INA231 3-0045: REG CONFIG      : 0x45FF
[    4.713534] [c5] INA231 3-0045: REG CALIBRATION : 0x20C9
[    4.713547] [c5] INA231 3-0045: SHUNT Resister  : 10 mOhm
[    4.713558] [c5] INA231 3-0045: MAX Current     : 2 A
[    4.713571] [c5] INA231 3-0045: Current LSB uA  : 61 uA
[    4.713581] [c5] INA231 3-0045: Conversion Time : 263808 us
[    4.713593] [c5] INA231 3-0045: =====================================================
[    4.714095] [c7] i2c-core: driver [INA231] using legacy suspend method
[    4.714107] [c7] i2c-core: driver [INA231] using legacy resume method
[    4.716078] [c7] ioboard-bh1780 2-0029: I2C write byte error: data=0x8b
[    4.716085] [c7] 
[    4.716085] =================== ioboard_bh1780_probe FAIL! ===================
[    4.716085] 
[    4.716455] [c4] i2c-core: driver [ioboard-bh1780] using legacy suspend method
[    4.716462] [c4] i2c-core: driver [ioboard-bh1780] using legacy resume method
[    4.718125] [c4] 
[    4.718125] =================== ioboard_bmp180_probe FAIL! ===================
[    4.718125] 
[    4.718503] [c5] i2c-core: driver [ioboard-bmp180] using legacy suspend method
[    4.718510] [c5] i2c-core: driver [ioboard-bmp180] using legacy resume method
[    4.719776] [c5] samsung-pinctrl 14010000.pinctrl: pin gpb3-2 already requested by 12c70000.i2c; cannot claim for ioboard_key_led.12
[    4.719790] [c5] samsung-pinctrl 14010000.pinctrl: pin-209 (ioboard_key_led.12) status -22
[    4.719804] [c5] samsung-pinctrl 14010000.pinctrl: could not request pin 209 on device samsung-pinctrl
[    4.719816] [c5] ioboard-keyled ioboard_key_led.12: Error applying setting, reverse things back
[    4.720132] [c5] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 29
[    4.720164] [c5] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 30
[    4.720202] [c5] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 22
[    4.720246] [c5] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 18
[    4.720296] [c5] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 31
[    4.720355] [c5] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 28
[    4.720420] [c5] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 19
[    4.720494] [c5] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 209
[    4.720574] [c5] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 24
[    4.720963] [c5] 
[    4.720963] =================== ioboard_keyled_probe ===================
[    4.720963] 
[    4.722182] [c7] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 21
[    4.760836] [c7] wait_until_ready : timeout error!!
[    4.760842] [c7] ioboard_spi_id_read : ready error!
[    4.760848] [c7] 
[    4.760848] =================== ioboard_spi_probe FAIL! ===================
[    4.760848] 
[    4.760902] [c7] ioboard-spi: probe of spi1.0 failed with error -1
[    4.765407] [c7] of_get_named_gpio_flags exited with status 34
[    4.768314] [c7] lpass_register_subip: i2s(de33bc10) registered
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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by odroid » Thu Jan 15, 2015 1:14 pm

It seems to be a timing control issue.
So will change the INA231 driver as module to fix the issue.
Give us a week. Sorry.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Thu Jan 15, 2015 9:03 pm

Thanks for the followup!
let me know when changed.
Thanks again

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by stk » Sat Jan 17, 2015 7:26 am

Running this command (as root) worked for me

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echo 3-0040 >/sys/bus/i2c/drivers/INA231/bind
This assumes the devices is present and is on i2c-3, the other sensors are 3-0041 3-0044 and 3-0045. If they aren't on i2cdev 3 look for another i2cdev with those same numbers.

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Re: Energy Monitor Stops Working

Unread post by HerbsMix » Sat Jan 17, 2015 10:17 pm

Thanks stk!
It works! That is a great work around.
Thanks for sharing, Welcome to the board.

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