lampra

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    lampra got a reaction from gounthar in OrangePi Zero2 - Allwinner H616   
    It seems that there is some dev movement for H616 on kernel 5.12 and also a fresh wip branch with many goodies
    Anyone available for building a test image?
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    lampra got a reaction from Coolzero1982 in Cubitruck going down   
    To my understanding zram is swap substitute. If you re-enable zram then you will have 1giga swap.
    Given that you had zram enabled during the first freeze I don't expect that this is a solution.
    Does Fhem ram usage increase overtime?
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    lampra got a reaction from Coolzero1982 in Cubitruck going down   
    I just used systemctl, after your tests you can enable and start the services again. I also disabled zram not only logging, but you could test by disabling only ram logging. Please note that I did this in order to be able to trace the issue but since i disabled the two services there is no issue
    root@cubietruck:~# uptime 20:17:52 up 12 days, 20:20, 1 user, load average: 2.74, 2.77, 2.67 systemctl stop armbian-ramlog.service systemctl disable armbian-ramlog.service systemctl stop armbian-zram-config.service systemctl disable armbian-zram-config.service  
    Edit: Well i forgot to say that i did experience 1 issue twice the past 12 days with transmission crashing but I am not sure if this is relevant.  Though I never had issues with transmission on cubietrack using armbian for the past few years. We probably need to alter the unit file so that the daemon restarts after crashing. Here is the log:
    Oct 25 20:43:39 cubietruck systemd[1]: transmission-daemon.service: Main process exited, code=killed, status=7/BUS Oct 25 20:43:39 cubietruck systemd[1]: transmission-daemon.service: Failed with result 'signal'.  
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    lampra got a reaction from gounthar in Is it possible to shutdown properly an OrangePi Zero in case of power loss?   
    Not sure if this is applicable on armbian or if it could fit your case but maybe you could use extroot overlay. Take a look here in the case of openwrt.
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    lampra got a reaction from tkaiser in Testers wanted: SD card performance   
    Hi, both posts updated with a photo. I bought both cards during 2015 and I now realized that they were manufactured during 2012 and 2013.
    When it comes to desktop use (i.e. "not headless"), Toshiba exceria is much more responsive and also much faster with software updates.
    If you think that these posts are "useless" even for future reference, let me know and I can delete them.
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    lampra got a reaction from tkaiser in Testers wanted: SD card performance   
    Thank you for your patience and for the info.
     
    Here are the results for Samsung EVO 16GB, brand new (product code is MB-MP16DA/EU).
    Tested on Cubietruck  with Armbian_5.07_Bananapipro_Debian_jessie_4.4.6 from the first post (adapted for cubietruck).
    Results from pass No 5, 6 & 7.
     
     
     
    HW info from armbianmonitor below (due to sprunge overquota)
     
     
     
    I will post results for a couple more cards later this week
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    lampra got a reaction from Igor in Cubietruck Trusty_4.2.3 sata boot ssd moved to USB to SATA not booting   
    Update: It seems to me that it is a hardware/kernel issue.
    I see that the chip of the StarTech.com USB 3.0 to 2.5†SATA is ASMedia ASM1051.
    As described here http://linux-sunxi.org/USB/UAS, ASM1051 is blacklisted on the mainline kernel.
    Booting legacy kernel works fine.