NanoPi M4V2 randomly turning off


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Hi, I'm new to Linux and Armbian, I need your help. My Nanopi M4 V2 freezes periodically and I can’t understand the reason.

I am using Armbian Buster with Kernel 5.4.2. On board also used 4x SATA HAT for NanoPi M4.

 

I still can’t show the system log before it froze again. But now in the system log more than 2 hours the same thing is repeated:

 

Mar 13 14:34:50 AsProDent-NAS brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1238]: 01 03 0c 00
Mar 13 14:34:54 AsProDent-NAS brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1238]: writing
Mar 13 14:34:54 AsProDent-NAS brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1238]: 01 03 0c 00
Mar 13 14:34:58 AsProDent-NAS brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1238]: writing
Mar 13 14:34:58 AsProDent-NAS brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1238]: 01 03 0c 00
Mar 13 14:35:01 AsProDent-NAS CRON[5306]: (root) CMD (command -v debian-sa1 > /dev/null && debian-sa1 1 1)
Mar 13 14:35:02 AsProDent-NAS brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1238]: writing
Mar 13 14:35:02 AsProDent-NAS brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1238]: 01 03 0c 00
Mar 13 14:35:06 AsProDent-NAS brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1238]: writing
Mar 13 14:35:06 AsProDent-NAS brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1238]: 01 03 0c 00
Mar 13 14:35:10 AsProDent-NAS brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1238]: writing

 

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Last I checked, there were some outstanding stability issues with the M4V2 that have yet to be resolved. Current thoughts are that U-Boot is not training the RAM correctly which results in crashes/freezes once Linux is booted, but this is uncertain.

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Hey there,

I have a NanoPiM4v2 with the SATA-Hat and I'm powering it using a standard ATX PSU.

The NanoPi "turns off" after about 8-48 hours of uptime. When this happens, the "Heartbeat"-LED turns off, while all others stay normal.

The NanoPi doesn't actually power off however, as I need to long-press the power button to turn it off completely, before turning it on again.

I've tried checking the logs, but they all seem normal until they just cut off.

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I get the same problem with Kernel 5.4.x on a NanoPi M4v2. I switched for tests to 4.4.x and there is working stable.

 

Did your logs getting spammed with this too? I got this every 4s.

Apr  6 14:47:33 nanopi brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1498]: writing
Apr  6 14:47:33 nanopi brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1498]: 01 03 0c 00

 

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I got the same problem with the same setup. In v. 5.4.28 is still this problem.

 

On 3/14/2020 at 6:11 AM, Neko May said:

Last I checked, there were some outstanding stability issues with the M4V2 that have yet to be resolved. Current thoughts are that U-Boot is not training the RAM correctly which results in crashes/freezes once Linux is booted, but this is uncertain.

 

So, we as new armbian user can only wait for a stable version or downgrade to 4.4?

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22 hours ago, Dyfcom said:

I get the same problem with Kernel 5.4.x on a NanoPi M4v2. I switched for tests to 4.4.x and there is working stable.

 

Did your logs getting spammed with this too? I got this every 4s.


Apr  6 14:47:33 nanopi brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1498]: writing
Apr  6 14:47:33 nanopi brcm_patchram_plus_rk3399[1498]: 01 03 0c 00

 

The crash didnt occur since I opened the thread, and I'm also suspecting its caused by my really sketch PSU set up.

I also do not have the same errors as you in my log.

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