jonirons last edited by
How does one feed or disable the watchdog.
The documentation https://docs.pycom.io/wipy2/library/machine.WDT.html
from machine import WDT
wdt = WDT(timeout=2000) # enable it with a timeout of 2s
WDT is not available from machine
I've never called WDT(timeout = anything) but it seems to be already operational at 4secs (as documented and experienced)
Without WDT I can't call wdt.feed()
Loops that run past the timeout (presumably 4secs?) HALT the CPU, not RESET.
Can we rather do something better than: "I've got a bit tired so I'm just going to stop trying altogether."
Its a bit like calling System.exit() in Java in response to an unexpected exception.
Screen capture below:
Task watchdog got triggered. The following tasks did not feed the watchdog in time:
Tasks currently running:
CPU 0: MicroPy
Guru Meditation Error: Core 0 panic'ed (Unhandled debug exception)
PC : 400e19df PS : 00060036 A0 : 800ec57f A1 : 3ffd4790
A2 : 0000000a A3 : 0000000a A4 : 00000004 A5 : 00000000
A6 : 00000000 A7 : fffffff8 A8 : 00000000 A9 : 3ffd4700
A10 : 00000000 A11 : 3ffdcba3 A12 : 3ffd46cf A13 : 00000030
A14 : 00000000 A15 : 00000000 SAR : 00000014 EXCCAUSE: 00000001
EXCVADDR: 00000000 LBEG : 4000c46c LEND : 4000c477 LCOUNT : ffffffff
TravisT last edited by
This suggestion saved me, feed() was not working and then I moved it just before my loop delay and it began to work.
It was probably made worse because I had a gc.collect() after feed() originally.
LoneTech last edited by LoneTech
While it's a crude workaround, it seems
time.sleep_ms(1)feeds the watchdog. I'm guessing the watchdog is fed by a low priority thread, but didn't find a yield function in _thread.