Server crashed in Raspberry PI

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roman.saveljev
Server crashed in Raspberry PI

Hello,

After running some exhaustive test with raspberry pi and virtualhere server, eventually, I got it crashed. This is the log:

Thu Jul 9 08:51:43 2015 LOG_INFO >>> Starting v2.3.6 (Built: Jul 8 2015, 12:03:54)<<<
Thu Jul 9 08:51:43 2015 LOG_INFO Using configuration /etc/virtualhere/config.ini
Thu Jul 9 08:51:43 2015 LOG_ERR Parsing config encountered error 22, (Invalid argument)
Thu Jul 9 08:51:43 2015 LOG_INFO Server licensed to=00000000f9ccb997 max_devices=unlimited
Thu Jul 9 08:51:43 2015 LOG_INFO Using large URB's
Thu Jul 9 08:51:43 2015 LOG_DEBUG TCPServer starting...
Thu Jul 9 08:51:43 2015 LOG_INFO Listening on all network interfaces at port 7575
Thu Jul 9 08:51:43 2015 LOG_DEBUG TCPServer (7575) started
Thu Jul 9 08:51:43 2015 LOG_INFO Found High speed device [15ba:002b] "15ba, Olimex OpenOCD JTAG ARM-USB-OCD-H" at address 112
Thu Jul 9 08:51:43 2015 LOG_INFO Found Full speed device [0403:6001] "403, TTL232R-3V3" at address 114
Thu Jul 9 08:53:33 2015 LOG_DEBUG 10.0.2.3 connected
Thu Jul 9 08:53:34 2015 LOG_INFO Device 112 BOUND to connection 1
Thu Jul 9 08:53:34 2015 LOG_INFO Device 114 BOUND to connection 1
Thu Jul 9 08:53:57 2015 LOG_ERR VirtualHere caught signal 11 (Segmentation fault) and must exit. Sorry for the inconvenience, please contact mail@virtualhere for help

What kind of other information I could provide to help investigate?

Regards,
Roman

roman.saveljev
Just noticed some config

Just noticed some config parser error. Here is the config:

PingTimeout=9
TraceMsgs=0
TCPNoDelay=1
AutoAttachToKernel=0
TCPPort=7575
UseAVAHI=0
PingInterval=4
IgnoredDevices=424/ec00,603/f2
ServerName=B17
CompressionLimit=38400000

Michael
Yes i found it, it was a

Yes i found it, it was a regression bug i accidentally introduced in 2.3.6, please download 2.3.7 now and that will fix it.

roman.saveljev
Thanks, it seems to work

Thanks, it seems to work alright. I have now run over 90 rounds of my tests, which involve graceful shutdown of both server and the client and rebooting the RPi and other typical operations we need to see stable.

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