FiPy crashing using WiFi



  • I have FiPy connected to wifi and publishing data to my mqtt broker every second. The system will crash at random times. I have attached the last 5 crash dumps. The second one happened just under an hour after the first and the third happened about 1.5 hours after the second. It started to have a fourth crash about an hour after the third but the system just stopped and did not write out any crash dump. Then my FiPy just sat there not doing anything for the rest of the weekend. The last 2 files happened while i was watching the unit this morning and they last one happened just 3 min after fourth.

    Here is my main code that handles connecting to the internet and publishing data to my mqtt broker.

    import pycom
    import utime
    import ujson
    import gc
    from debug import log
    import config
    import machine
    import _thread
    from microWebCli import MicroWebCli
    from constants import const
    from machine import Timer
    from rtc import rtc
    # from lora import NanoGateway
    from wifi import WiFi
    from lte import lte
    from schedule import schedule
    from mqtt_old import MQTTClient
    from OTA import WiFiOTA, lteOTA
    
    gc.enable()
    gc.threshold(1000000)
    
    # Initialize LED
    pycom.heartbeat(False)
    pycom.rgbled(0x0000ff)
    
    def sub_cb(topic, msg):
        log.debug('{}', topic)
        log.debug('{}', msg)
        sub = topic.split(b'/')
        json_msg = ujson.loads(msg)
        if b'commands' in sub:
            id = int(sub[len(sub)-1])
            # id = json_msg["commandDefinitionId"]
            if id == 0:
                command = json_msg["command"]
                submit_cur = json_msg["submitted"]
                submit_last = config.read('submitted')
                log.debug('{}***{}',submit_cur, submit_last)
                if submit_cur != submit_last:
                    log.debug('Command: {}', command)
                    config.write('submitted', submit_cur)
                    cmdObj = ujson.loads(command)
                    if cmdObj.get('cmd') is not None:
                        cmd = cmdObj["cmd"].lower()
                        if submit_last:
                            if 'schedule_start' in cmd:
                                schedule.start()
                            elif 'manual_zone' in cmd:
                                zone = cmdObj["zone"]
                                if "state" in cmdObj:
                                    schedule.relay(zone,cmdObj["state"])
                                elif "duration" in cmdObj:
                                    schedule.zone_on(zone,cmdObj["duration"])
                                else:
                                    log.warning('Unkown manual zone command: {}', cmdObj)
                            elif 'update' in cmd:
                                config.update = True
                            else:
                                log.warning('Uknown command: {}', cmd)
                        else:
                            log.warning('Ignoring \"{}\" because last submitted time is empty', cmd)
                    else:
                        log.warning('Unknown command object: {}', cmdObj)
        elif b'attributes' in sub:
            # attr_name = json_msg["attributeName"].lower()
            attr_name = sub[len(sub)-1]
            attr_value = json_msg["attributeValue"]
            if 'schedule' in attr_name:
                # config.write('schedule', ujson.loads(attr_value))
                pass
            elif 'starttime' in attr_name:
                # config.write('start_time', ujson.loads(attr_value))
                pass
            elif 'auto' in attr_name:
                config.write('auto', ujson.loads(attr_value)["Auto"])
            elif 'timezone' in attr_name:
                tz = ujson.loads(attr_value)
                config.write('timezone', tz)
                if not rtc.synced():
                    rtc.setTimezone(tz['offset'])
                    rtc.setDST(tz['dst'])
                    rtc.update()
                else:
                    rtc.updateTimezone(timezone=tz['offset'], dst=tz['dst'])
            elif 'sprinkler-programs' in attr_name:
                config.write('programs', ujson.loads(attr_value))
            elif 'zone-config' in attr_name:
                config.write('zones', ujson.loads(attr_value))
            elif 'assigned-programs' in attr_name:
                config.write('active', ujson.loads(attr_value))
            else:
                log.warning('Undefined attribute {}: {}', attr_name, attr_value)
        else:
            log.warning('Unknown message received: {}', msg)
    
    # def _publishTimeout(topic, msg):
    #     global _pub_task
    #     try:
    #         mqtt_client.publish(topic, msg)
    #     finally:
    #         _pub_task = None
    #
    # global _pub_task = None
    
    def mqtt_loop(timeout):
        # global _pub_task
        while True:
            utime.sleep_ms(1000)
            packets = config.flush_msg()
            if not config.update:
                if config.mqtt_connected:
                    i = 0
                    try:
                        for packet in packets:
                            log.debug('{}', packet)
                            mqtt_client.publish(const.MQTT_DATA, packet)
                            # task = None
                            # start = utime.ticks_ms()
                            # while utime.ticks_diff(utime.ticks_ms(), start) < timeout:
                            #     if _pub_task is None and task is None:
                            #         task = _thread.start_new_thread(_publishTimeout, (const.MQTT_DATA, packet,))
                            #         _pub_task = task
                            #     elif task is not None:
                            #         if _pub_task != task:
                            #             return
                            #     utime.sleep_ms(20)
                            # if task is not None:
                            #     task.exit()
                            i += 1
                        mqtt_client.check_msg()
                    except Exception as ex:
                        log.error('MQTT error: {}', ex)
                        mqtt_close()
                    log.info('MQTT published packets: {}', i)
            else:
                if config.mqtt_connected:
                    mqtt_disconnect()
    
    def connect():
        for net in const.NETWORK_PREFERENCES:
            log.info('Attempting to connect to network: {}', net)
            if net == 'lte' or net == 'nbiot':
                if lte.connect():
                    # rtc.setTimezone(lte.timezone())
                    config.network_type = const.NETWORK_TYPE_LTE
                    break
            elif net == 'wifi':
                if wifi.connect():
                    config.network_type = const.NETWORK_TYPE_WIFI
                    break
    
        utime.sleep(1)
        if isconnected():
            result = None
            log.debug('{}', const.ASSET_URL)
            auth = MicroWebCli.AuthBasic(const.USERNAME, const.PASSWORD)
            try:
                result = MicroWebCli.JSONRequest(const.ASSET_URL, o='POST', auth=auth)
            except Exception as e:
                log.error('Asset request error: {}', e)
            if result is not None:
                config.write('asset_id', result['assetId'])
                config.write('lon', result['longitude'])
                config.write('lat', result['latitude'])
            const.ASSET_ID = config.read('asset_id')
            log.info('Asset ID: {}', const.ASSET_ID)
            if const.ASSET_ID is not None:
                const.MQTT_TOPIC = '%s/assets/%d' % (const.MQTT_SERVER, const.ASSET_ID)
            return True
        else:
            log.warning('Failed to connect')
    
        return False
    
    def disconnect(keep_wifi=False):
        if (config.network_type == const.NETWORK_TYPE_WIFI and not keep_wifi):
            log.info('Connected over WiFi... disconnecting')
            wifi.disconnect()
    
        if (config.network_type == const.NETWORK_TYPE_LTE):
            log.info('Connected over LTE... disconnecting')
            lte.disconnect()
    
        config.network_type = None
    
    def network_reconnect():
        try:
            disconnect()
            utime.sleep(1)
            return connect()
        except Exception as ex:
            log.error('Reconnect error: {}', ex)
            return False
    
    def isconnected():
        return wifi.isconnected() or lte.isconnected()
    
    def mqtt_close():
        mqtt_client.close()
        config.mqtt_connected = False
    
    def mqtt_disconnect():
        mqtt_client.disconnect()
        config.mqtt_connected = False
    
    def temp_loop():
        data = {}
        while True:
            log.info('Current time: {}', utime.localtime())
            temp = machine.temperature()
            log.info('CPU temp: {} degF', temp)
            data['CPU Temperature'] = temp
            data['Current Time'] = utime.time()
            config.enqueue_msg(ujson.dumps(data))
            utime.sleep(1)
    
    # configure the MQTT client
    mqtt_client = MQTTClient(const.MODEL, const.MQTT_SERVER, port=const.MQTT_PORT)
    mqtt_client.set_callback(sub_cb)
    
    schedule = schedule()
    
    wifi = WiFi(const.WIFI_EXT_ANT)
    lte = lte(True, reconnect=network_reconnect)
    rtc = rtc()
    
    tz = config.read('timezone')
    if tz is not None:
        rtc.setTimezone(tz['offset'])
        rtc.setDST(tz['dst'])
    log.info('Timezone: {}', tz)
    
    try:
        lora = NanoGateway(const.LORA_FREQ)
    except:
        pass
    
    publish_timeout = 5000
    _thread.stack_size(10240)
    _thread.start_new_thread(mqtt_loop, (publish_timeout,))
    _thread.stack_size(8192)
    _thread.start_new_thread(temp_loop, ())
    
    wait = 1
    while True:
        reconnect = False
        if not config.update:
            if isconnected():
                if not rtc.synced():
                    rtc.update()
                if not config.mqtt_connected:
                    try:
                        if not mqtt_client.connect():
                            log.info('MQTT connected')
                            for topic in const.MQTT_SUB:
                                mqtt_client.subscribe(const.MQTT_TOPIC.lower() + "/" + topic)
                            config.mqtt_connected = True
                        else:
                            log.info('MQTT not connected')
                            config.mqtt_connected = False
                    except Exception as ex:
                        log.error("MQTT connect error: {}", ex)
                        reconnect = True
                        # if ex.args[0] is 202: #EAI_FAIL
            else:
                reconnect = True
            if reconnect:
                mqtt_close()
                if network_reconnect():
                    wait = 1
                else:
                    if wait < 30:
                        wait += 1
        else:
            while config.mqtt_connected:
                utime.sleep_ms(10)
            # ota = WiFiOTA(const.OTA_WIFI_SSID, const.OTA_WIFI_PW, const.OTA_SERVER, const.OTA_PORT)
            ota = lteOTA(const.LTE_BAND, const.LTE_CID, const.LTE_APN, const.OTA_SERVER, const.OTA_PORT)
            if ota.connect():
                result = ota.update()
                if result is 0:
                    machine.reset()
                else:
                    config.update = False
        msg_size = config.size_msg()
        log.debug('Queue size: {}', msg_size)
        if msg_size >= const.MAX_QUEUE_SIZE:
            log.warning('MQTT queue is full, restarting connection')
            mqtt_close()
        gc.collect()
        log.info('Free memory: {}', gc.mem_free())
        utime.sleep(wait)
    
    

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    2020-10-16T10-20-14_core_dump.py 2020-10-16T10-23-34_core_dump.py



  • @Xykon @Gijs, I have put those commands into my code and my system still crashes. Here is the last crash report it did.

    ===============================================================
    ==================== ESP32 CORE DUMP START ====================
    
    ================== CURRENT THREAD REGISTERS ===================
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    ==================== CURRENT THREAD STACK =====================
    #0  0x40163f84 in KISS_Find_channel_direct ()
    #1  0x4018a15c in sys_check_timeouts () at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/lwip/lwip/src/core/timeouts.c:354
    #2  sys_timeouts_mbox_fetch (mbox=0x3ffd1980 <mbox>, msg=0x3ffbaf30) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/lwip/lwip/src/core/timeouts.c:433
    #3  0x40182aab in tcpip_thread (arg=<optimized out>) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/lwip/lwip/src/api/tcpip.c:109
    
    ======================== THREADS INFO =========================
      Id   Target Id         Frame
    * 1    <main task>       0x40163f84 in KISS_Find_channel_direct ()
      2    process 1         err_to_errno (err=0 '\\000') at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/lwip/lwip/src/api/err.c:71
      3    process 2         0x402209a6 in esp_pm_impl_waiti () at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/esp32/pm_esp32.c:492
      4    process 3         0x402209a6 in esp_pm_impl_waiti () at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/esp32/pm_esp32.c:492
      5    process 4         0x40096b4a in vTaskDelay (xTicksToDelay=<optimized out>) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/tasks.c:1484
      6    process 5         0x40096b4a in vTaskDelay (xTicksToDelay=<optimized out>) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/tasks.c:1484
      7    process 6         0x40096b4a in vTaskDelay (xTicksToDelay=<optimized out>) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/tasks.c:1484
      8    process 7         0x40096b4a in vTaskDelay (xTicksToDelay=<optimized out>) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/tasks.c:1484
      9    process 8         0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffdfd98, pvBuffer=0x3ffe62e0, xTicksToWait=6000, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      10   process 9         0x40096b4a in vTaskDelay (xTicksToDelay=<optimized out>) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/tasks.c:1484
      11   process 10        0x40097d31 in prvProcessTimerOrBlockTask (xListWasEmpty=1, xNextExpireTime=<optimized out>) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/timers.c:589
      12   process 11        0x4008162c in esp_crosscore_int_send_yield (core_id=1) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/esp32/crosscore_int.c:112
      13   process 12        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffdce88, pvBuffer=0x3ffe23a0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      14   process 13        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffe3e78, pvBuffer=0x3ffd52a4, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      15   process 14        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffb7bd8, pvBuffer=0x0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      16   process 15        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffbd460, pvBuffer=0x3ffdac50, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      17   process 16        0x4000bff0 in ?? ()
      18   process 17        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffb760c, pvBuffer=0x0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      19   process 18        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffc4040 <s_timer_semaphore_memory>, pvBuffer=0x0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      20   process 19        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffc95c8 <mp_state_ctx+436>, pvBuffer=0x0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      21   process 20        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffc95c8 <mp_state_ctx+436>, pvBuffer=0x0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      22   process 21        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffc95c8 <mp_state_ctx+436>, pvBuffer=0x0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      23   process 22        0x4008162c in esp_crosscore_int_send_yield (core_id=1) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/esp32/crosscore_int.c:112
      24   process 23        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffc95c8 <mp_state_ctx+436>, pvBuffer=0x0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      25   process 24        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffc95c8 <mp_state_ctx+436>, pvBuffer=0x0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      26   process 25        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffc95c8 <mp_state_ctx+436>, pvBuffer=0x0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      27   process 26        0x40095d50 in xQueueGenericReceive (xQueue=0x3ffd54b8, pvBuffer=0x3ffd68b0, xTicksToWait=4294967295, xJustPeeking=0) at /Users/ehlers/pycom/pycom-esp-idf/components/freertos/queue.c:1592
      28   process 27        0x4000bff0 in ?? ()
    
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    ===================== ESP32 CORE DUMP END =====================
    ===============================================================
    Done!
    

    After this crash, it recovered and ran for about an hour before it crashed again but this time it just got hung up trying to write out the core dump. This is the last thing i got from it.

    Guru Meditation Error: Core  1 panic'ed (InstrFetchProhibited). Exception was unhandled.
    Core 1 register dump:
    PC      : 0xffffffff  PS      : 0x00060c30  A0      : 0x400f801c  A1      : 0x3fff6e00  
    A2      : 0x3fff6e60  A3      : 0x3f970420  A4      : 0x00000003  A5      : 0x00000001  
    A6      : 0x00000000  A7      : 0x3ffb4cb0  A8      : 0xffffffff  A9      : 0x3f40e200  
    A10     : 0x3fff6e60  A11     : 0x3f45babb  A12     : 0x00000001  A13     : 0x00000000  
    A14     : 0x00000000  A15     : 0x00000000  SAR     : 0x0000001e  EXCCAUSE: 0x00000014  
    EXCVADDR: 0xfffffffc  LBEG    : 0x40093b64  LEND    : 0x40093b6f  LCOUNT  : 0x00000000  
    
    ELF file SHA256: ```

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    @ssummers said in FiPy crashing using WiFi:

    @Gijs, I am getting an attribute error saying "'module' object has no attribute 'lte_modem_on_boot'". I am currently running 1.20.2.r0.

    The correct command is pycom.lte_modem_en_on_boot(False)

    These settings are persistent and the commands need to be executed only once unless the config partition is erased/reset.



  • @Gijs, I am getting an attribute error saying "'module' object has no attribute 'lte_modem_on_boot'". I am currently running 1.20.2.r0.



  • @Gijs, I will try it. Do I need to put it in boot.py or just at the beginning of my main.py?


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    Can you try to

    import pycom
    pycom.wifi_on_boot(False)
    pycom.pybytes_on_boot(False)
    pycom.lte_modem_on_boot(False)
    

    (I thought there were some more but I cannot think of any at the moment)

    Gijs



  • @Cees_Meijer, thank you for the advice. I already disable the heartbeat on boot but I do not use deepsleep. My system has to run 24/7.



  • This could be unrelated to your problem, but I also have been struggling with FiPy crashes lately, and found it to be a power problem, in combination with the LED heartbeat. The FiPy crashed after some time (1 to 12 hours), right after waking from deepsleep. I resolved it by disabling the heartbeat in boot.py. Multiple systems have been running flawless ever since.



  • To add to this topic, I have switched from WiFi to LTE for internet and so far the system has not crashed since my first post. Also, could the RTC have something to do with this? I am using the default sync time of 1 hour which is about how long my system would run on WiFi before crashing.

    firmware version is 1.20.2.r0


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