PiAware Checking in but Stopped Feeding Data


#1

I post my log because for ~ 8 hours one of my feeders stopped sending reports Now fixed with the reboot you see. The other is OK. Another feeder in the area, a FlightFeeder box, has also stopped feeding for ~8 hours. Another nearby PiAware has been sending data all night.

[2017-02-06 06:53 PST] failed to run netstat: exec of “/usr/bin/sudo” failed: I/O error
[2017-02-06 06:53 PST] ADS-B data program ‘dump1090-fa’ is listening on port 30005, so far so good
[2017-02-06 06:53 PST] Starting faup1090: /usr/lib/piaware/helpers/faup1090 --net-bo-ipaddr localhost --net-bo-port 30005 --stdout --lat 60.701 --lon -135.028
[2017-02-06 06:53 PST] got ‘exec of “/usr/lib/piaware/helpers/faup1090” failed: no such file or directory’ starting faup1090, will try again in 5 minutes
[2017-02-06 06:54 PST] 525 msgs recv’d from dump1090-fa (0 in last 5m); 525 msgs sent to FlightAware
[2017-02-06 06:58 PST] failed to run netstat: exec of “/usr/bin/sudo” failed: I/O error
[2017-02-06 06:58 PST] ADS-B data program ‘dump1090-fa’ is listening on port 30005, so far so good
[2017-02-06 06:58 PST] Starting faup1090: /usr/lib/piaware/helpers/faup1090 --net-bo-ipaddr localhost --net-bo-port 30005 --stdout --lat 60.701 --lon -135.028
[2017-02-06 06:58 PST] got ‘exec of “/usr/lib/piaware/helpers/faup1090” failed: no such file or directory’ starting faup1090, will try again in 5 minutes
[2017-02-06 06:59 PST] 525 msgs recv’d from dump1090-fa (0 in last 5m); 525 msgs sent to FlightAware
[2017-02-06 07:03 PST] failed to run netstat: exec of “/usr/bin/sudo” failed: I/O error
[2017-02-06 07:03 PST] ADS-B data program ‘dump1090-fa’ is listening on port 30005, so far so good
[2017-02-06 07:03 PST] Starting faup1090: /usr/lib/piaware/helpers/faup1090 --net-bo-ipaddr localhost --net-bo-port 30005 --stdout --lat 60.701 --lon -135.028
[2017-02-06 07:03 PST] got ‘exec of “/usr/lib/piaware/helpers/faup1090” failed: no such file or directory’ starting faup1090, will try again in 5 minutes
[2017-02-06 07:04 PST] 525 msgs recv’d from dump1090-fa (0 in last 5m); 525 msgs sent to FlightAware
[2017-02-06 07:08 PST] failed to run netstat: exec of “/usr/bin/sudo” failed: I/O error
[2017-02-06 07:08 PST] ADS-B data program ‘dump1090-fa’ is listening on port 30005, so far so good
[2017-02-06 07:08 PST] Starting faup1090: /usr/lib/piaware/helpers/faup1090 --net-bo-ipaddr localhost --net-bo-port 30005 --stdout --lat 60.701 --lon -135.028
[2017-02-06 07:08 PST] got ‘exec of “/usr/lib/piaware/helpers/faup1090” failed: no such file or directory’ starting faup1090, will try again in 5 minutes
[2017-02-06 07:09 PST] 525 msgs recv’d from dump1090-fa (0 in last 5m); 525 msgs sent to FlightAware
[2017-02-06 07:13 PST] ====== successful login from piaware 3.3.0 from 50.117.xxx.xxx ======
[2017-02-06 07:13 PST] adept reported location: 60.xxxxx, -135.xxxxx, 2139ft AMSL
[2017-02-06 07:13 PST] logged in to FlightAware as user Robbwell
[2017-02-06 07:13 PST] my feeder ID is dce2446b-d4f0-4a19-a8b9-e8xxxxxxxxxx
[2017-02-06 07:13 PST] site statistics URL: flightaware.com/adsb/stats/user … tats-37459
[2017-02-06 07:13 PST] ADS-B data program ‘dump1090-fa’ is listening on port 30005, so far so good
[2017-02-06 07:13 PST] Starting faup1090: /usr/lib/piaware/helpers/faup1090 --net-bo-ipaddr localhost --net-bo-port 30005 --stdout --lat 60.701 --lon -135.028
[2017-02-06 07:13 PST] Started faup1090 (pid 751) to connect to dump1090-fa
[2017-02-06 07:13 PST] 2 msgs recv’d from dump1090-fa (1 in last 1m); 1 msgs sent to FlightAware
[2017-02-06 07:18 PST] 13 msgs recv’d from dump1090-fa (11 in last 5m); 12 msgs sent to FlightAware


#2

I/o errors and missing files means something is pretty wrong: sdcard or memory corruption. Might want to look at syslog at the point things started failing.


#3

I do have reason to suspect the memory card. In another posted issue recently I could not SSH into this RPi and when installing it to USB port on laptop it would sometimes not connect and even not format. Plus there were other reliability issues using this card to run PiAware.

It is an unbranded cheapo. Not worth it.