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Loke

orange PI PC freeze > 80+ temps, EPOCH =~ 1 year

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I am running a relatively new install (few months) on a replaced microSD (RMA). Keep in mind this is a headless install.

 

At random, usually after many days / weeks+ the orangepi appears to freeze. What I mean with freeze:

- samba shares disconnect

- sometimes SSH works till the password is submitted, then it times out

- sometimes http works

 

when I hard restart it - I always see a very high temp & in some logs I had seen some weird dates, so I set to write out date & temp and I got this beauty on the next freeze:
 

Spoiler

 


date: Sun Sep 30 13:27:03 2018 -- temp: 41.99
date: Sun Sep 30 13:28:04 2018 -- temp: 42.35
date: Sun Sep 30 13:29:03 2018 -- temp: 41.02
date: Sun Sep 30 13:30:03 2018 -- temp: 41.74
date: Sun Sep 30 13:31:04 2018 -- temp: 40.90
date: Sun Sep 30 13:32:03 2018 -- temp: 41.74
date: Sun Sep 30 13:33:04 2018 -- temp: 42.11
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:30 1977 -- temp: 52.03
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:30 1977 -- temp: 52.03
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:30 1977 -- temp: 52.03
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:30 1977 -- temp: 52.03
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:30 1977 -- temp: 52.03
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:30 1977 -- temp: 52.03
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:30 1977 -- temp: 52.03
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:30 1977 -- temp: 52.03
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:30 1977 -- temp: 52.03
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:30 1977 -- temp: 52.03
date: Fri Oct 14 01:26:34 1977 -- temp: 62.80
date: Fri Oct 14 01:27:04 1977 -- temp: 69.21
date: Fri Oct 14 01:28:05 1977 -- temp: 71.39
date: Fri Oct 14 01:29:04 1977 -- temp: 73.33
date: Fri Oct 14 01:30:04 1977 -- temp: 74.42
date: Fri Oct 14 01:31:05 1977 -- temp: 75.26
date: Fri Oct 14 01:32:04 1977 -- temp: 76.47
date: Fri Oct 14 01:33:04 1977 -- temp: 77.44
date: Fri Oct 14 01:34:04 1977 -- temp: 77.80
date: Fri Oct 14 01:35:05 1977 -- temp: 77.56
date: Fri Oct 14 01:36:04 1977 -- temp: 78.65
date: Fri Oct 14 01:37:04 1977 -- temp: 78.89
date: Fri Oct 14 01:38:05 1977 -- temp: 79.38
date: Fri Oct 14 01:39:04 1977 -- temp: 79.74
date: Fri Oct 14 01:40:04 1977 -- temp: 79.13
date: Fri Oct 14 01:41:05 1977 -- temp: 80.22
date: Fri Oct 14 01:42:04 1977 -- temp: 79.86
date: Fri Oct 14 01:43:04 1977 -- temp: 80.47
date: Fri Oct 14 01:44:05 1977 -- temp: 80.47
date: Fri Oct 14 01:45:04 1977 -- temp: 79.98
date: Fri Oct 14 01:46:04 1977 -- temp: 80.59
date: Fri Oct 14 01:47:05 1977 -- temp: 81.19
date: Fri Oct 14 01:48:04 1977 -- temp: 80.47

 

 

 

 

- the cron that runs the above is set to run every minute and as you can see it took it 12min for the date to progress ~ 1min

- the date is ~ 10 months after EPOCH?

 

armbianmonitor (AFTER reboot): http://ix.io/1nWV

 

Any ideas what can cause this or how I can debug?

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small FS corruption was found when I tested the FS - so waiting to see if that was the cause.

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On my OPiPC running my personal home nextcloud server , I have throttled the CPU to max of 816 on all cores, heatsink, and under heavy load it still gets hot but it takes alot longer, active cooling is the only way to keep the heat driven down.

 

 

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