5500SHAC In Read Only Mode

Discussion in 'C-Bus Automation Controllers' started by jamesng, Oct 13, 2019.

  1. jamesng

    jamesng

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    Hi

    I have 5500SHAC which looses changes after a reboot.

    If I add new object or make changes to Visualizations they initially appear to web browser client, however if the 5500SHAC is rebooted, all changes are lost.

    Also looking back at my trend logs these seem to have stopped recording information several months ago too (older data is still shown on the trend graphs however).

    System Status looks ok to me (one: it doesn't look like the system has run out of memory etc).

    I have a number of scripts which update time, household temperatures and weather info to User Parameters at regular intervals - these still seem to update ok.

    Is there a system setting to take the unit out of read-only mode or is the 5500SHAC susceptible to memory failure over time and needs to be replace? This unit has been running since late 2017.

    Any pointers on how to resolve this would be greatly appreciated.

    Kind Regards
    James




    Load averages 0.58 0.50 0.41

    Total system memory 122.7M
    Used 35.0M (29%)
    Free 87.7M (71%)
    Buffered 16.3M
    Cached 34.7M

    /dev/root
    487.9M
    16.6M (3%)
    471.4M
    /

    tmpfs
    61.3M
    13.6M (22%)
    47.7M
    /tmp

    tmpfs
    4.0M
    4.0K (0%)
    4.0M
    /dev

    /dev/mmcblk0p3
    3.1G
    23.9M (1%)
    3.1G
    /data
     
    Last edited: Oct 13, 2019
    jamesng, Oct 13, 2019
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  2. jamesng

    Pie Boy

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    This happened to me,
    It was the internal SD card that was the issue
    With it not saving any changes.
     
    Pie Boy, Oct 16, 2019
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