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I am sitting here monitoring an FCS reflector. Things are working pretty normally. Then a particular individual keys up... and it causes my status page to reload (and wipes the history). And when they unkey, it reloads again. This does not happen with all users. Other users key up and unkey and the status page works fine. Why would someone keying up and unkeying crash the status page?
Please post the device log when it happens. You can always see the device log over the USB serial console, after you enter the "log" command (without the double quotation marks). You can read more about the USB serial console in the user manual at http://manuals.sharkrf.com/openspot2/en ... nsole.html
Norbert "Nonoo" Varga, HA2NON
I've never done the serial console thing with the openSPOT2. Can I connect up and view the log after the fact? Or do I need to be watching the log when it happens? How long is the activity retained?
Ok. I just started using my openSPOT2 again and remembered this issue. Still happening. I figured out the serial console connection. I've attached a screenshot of the log as the problem was occurring. I may or may not have mentioned... the person keying up that's causing the issue is bridged into YSF from DMR. This seems to be a factor.
I just ran into another thread here that mentioned what is probably the same issue. The issue I had was with the same FCS reflector (American Ragchew)... and also with DMR traffic that was bridged into the room. You said in that thread that a fix was in the latest firmware. I just figured I'd post a follow-up comment here. (I have not tested the fix at this point)