Sound like a problem with Windows. Disabling/Enabling usb makes windows rediscover the USB interface again. Do you run with any powersave or sleep mode enabled? Think there’s also some kind of powersave on USB. Have you tried running with another PC?
My uptime on a windows-server is generally 1-2 months after which I normally reboot due to some windows update. Uptime on my NAS is kind of unlimited 🙂
Btw, sorry for the edits above, messages are as original, but I have some problems with my new forum setup wrt language setup and posts get messed up.
Im not sure what I think this is related to, no powersavings are active, the computer (IBM ThinkPad) is always on with its lid closed, resting on top of Thermia Heatpump. Windows 7 Pro is installed, and everything is working as normal, except USB/serial logging witch randomly stops functioning. Windows eventlog reports nothing.
My profession is IT Consultant, so I know powersavings etc are fully disabled. Strange thing is that it happens randomly, but several times each weak.
Is it possible to run logging application in debug mode and extract a logging file?
Nowadays my setup was running longer times, except today. Everything seems working fine, but i can not open theriq web in my browser. Testpoller etc says everything is ok. It hears somekind that ip address is changed. But how i can check thermiq:s ip?
I tried this manual read in putty, and same thing happens there.
I’m not sure if this is related to my windows installation (not likely, random error), PC-hardware or worst case ThermIQ-hardware.
Anyway a disable/enable of serial-interface or restart of the computer solves this temporary.
My so far work-around is a scheduled reboot every 30mins, no lockups and computer boots in 1 min.
Seems I’m missing only 1-3 measurements during this. 🙂
I update to 2.3beta3 and chenge pc (win7) and cable (7m long) but still i have probems.
How i can do this: (maybe it helps if i put it alltime open?)
If you want to dig into this you could open a terminal window against the thermiq com port and check that you get a response from:
or read by atr0012
If you leave the terminal open it should never close by itself. (but you can’t run thermiq web at the same time). If it goes down now it’s likely something with windows.