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zeljko

OrangePi 3 H6 occasional reset

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install to SDCard:
Armbian_5.89.190626_Orangepi3_Debian_stretch_dev_5.1.12.img

update, upgrade

install image to EMMC 8GB

install lxde (desktop)

I rarely have a reset, 
I think the processor is overheating.

Can I reduce the speed without using the fan?
(settings debian)

 

for experiments, psensors would be good

https://askubuntu.com/questions/41794/how-to-monitor-log-server-hardware-temperatures-load

https://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/download.en.html

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58 minutes ago, zeljko said:

for experiments, psensors would be good

 

Type armbianmonitor into the console - we develop this to get the best out of those board without using much resources.

 

59 minutes ago, zeljko said:

Can I reduce the speed without using the fan?

 

Sure. armbian-config -> system IMO fan is not needed. Just place a large enough heat sink.

 

59 minutes ago, zeljko said:

I think the processor is overheating.


CPU voltage settings https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/1434 are not well tuned which is normal since this board is still under development.

 

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13 hours ago, zeljko said:
 

install to SDCard:
Armbian_5.89.190626_Orangepi3_Debian_stretch_dev_5.1.12.img

 

 

Fixed voltage was released 4 days later. Look for release 5.90.190630 and next.

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On the Lite2, I am experiencing a complete freeze every few (1-3) days. This is happening since the past two or three weeks

The system  stops responding and I have to power off and on again. There is nothing in any of the logs. It's as if one would 

pull the plug.

 

Can this be related to the modified voltages?

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Use StabilityTester

Put correct values in stabilityTester.sh. For OPi3 I used this:

MINFREQUENCY=1000000 #Only test frequencies from this point.
MAXFREQUENCY=2000000 #Only test frequencies upto this point.
COOLDOWNTEMP=55000 #Cool down after a test to mC degrees
COOLDOWNFREQ=720000 # Set to this speed when cooling down

CPUFREQ_HANDLER="/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq";
SCALINGAVAILABLEFREQUENCIES="scaling_available_frequencies";
SCALINGMINFREQUENCY="scaling_min_freq";
SCALINGMAXFREQUENCY="scaling_max_freq";

SOCTEMPCMD="/sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp"

REGULATOR_HANDLER="/sys/class/regulator/regulator.4"
REGULATOR_MICROVOLT="microvolts"

 

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