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HELP NEEDED TO TEST THE NEW UPDATER

Postby michelangelo » Sat Jul 08 2017 15:28

Hi everyone,
finally the day has come: we successfully finished our OTA updater rework to allow kernel updates. This has been a long and painstaking work, but it needed to be done with all the attention it deserved.
During this time Volumio was stuck to a (now) old kernel version, which prevented us to support properly new audio harware (Hifiberry Digi Plus Pro mainly), so it needed to be solved.

Now this day has come, and we have the new OTA infrastructure in place. It means that we can update the kernel in future images without asking you guys to reflash your cards.

Of course, before deploying the new OTA updater permanently, a bit of testing is required in order to ensure it's all working correctly. And we need your help to do so. If you're willing to help, please refer to the instructions before. Ideally you want to use a second SD Card, since there is the chance you will loose all your data.
Please follow the instructions and report in this thread:
- If you experienced no problem
- If you experienced problems, what did happen and send us log links


TESTING PROCEDURE
- From the version you're now on, enable test mode and SSH
https://volumio.github.io/docs/User_Manual/SSH.html
https://volumio.github.io/docs/User_Man ... dates.html
- Click on check updates
- Update to version 2.220, before rebooting open another tab of your browser to /dev page and send a bug report, copy the link and keep it on hand
- Reboot as asked by the UI, or reboot manually
- If your system is not up and running after 10 minutes, please report it here with your bug report link
- If everything is ok, check another time for updates
- Update to version 2.230, before rebooting open another tab of your browser to /dev page and send a bug report, copy the link and keep it on hand
- Reboot as asked by the UI, or reboot manually
- If your system is not up and running after 10 minutes, please report it here with your bug report link
- If your system is ok, please use it as usual and report here if you find something strange or not working (send bug report when possible)
- Feel free to experiment with factory resets and delete user data procedures, as we would like to have some feedbacks on those as well

For those which will help us on this... Many thanks!!!

UPDATE: Thanks to everyone for testing the PI build! Now we need your help to test the x86 version!
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HELP NEEDED TO TEST THE NEW UPDATER

Postby kane » Sat Jul 08 2017 16:12

Hi,

Using RPI3 and allo boss dac

Did an ota update from 2.201 to 2.220 and it worked fine and rebooted as well. all settings intact and plays well also.

Now when i click on OTA update nothing happens .


This is the first log file before reboot : http://logs.volumio.org/volumio/9XNSML6.html

when i try to send log post 2.220 that also not working - its stuck on sending for over 5 minutes
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Re: HELP NEEDED TO TEST THE NEW UPDATER

Postby michelangelo » Sat Jul 08 2017 16:24

Are you on wifi or ethernet?
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Re: HELP NEEDED TO TEST THE NEW UPDATER

Postby kane » Sat Jul 08 2017 16:25

wifi, also on the dev page i cannot select the test or ssh buttons, only plugin upload button and send log file button work,

i have also rebooted once still no change
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Re: HELP NEEDED TO TEST THE NEW UPDATER

Postby michelangelo » Sat Jul 08 2017 16:34

Please try with the wired LAN, and reload the dev page as well. Many thanks
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Re: HELP NEEDED TO TEST THE NEW UPDATER

Postby kane » Sat Jul 08 2017 16:40

michelangelo wrote:Please try with the wired LAN, and reload the dev page as well. Many thanks


tried with wired lan as well same thing does not do any thing
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Re: HELP NEEDED TO TEST THE NEW UPDATER

Postby michelangelo » Sat Jul 08 2017 16:50

Ok, I think I have a clue for it. What was the first version you ever installed ?
Then, try to (if you don't mind loosing your data) to do system -> reset user data
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Re: HELP NEEDED TO TEST THE NEW UPDATER

Postby kane » Sat Jul 08 2017 16:53

michelangelo wrote:Ok, I think I have a clue for it. What was the first version you ever installed ?
Then, try to (if you don't mind loosing your data) to do system -> reset user data


the rpi 2.201 was a fresh sd card made

ill do a reset :-) dont mind the data anything via ssh i should try that may give you a hint before i do a reset ?
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Re: HELP NEEDED TO TEST THE NEW UPDATER

Postby michelangelo » Sat Jul 08 2017 16:56

Yep, do:

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sudo ping updates.volumio.org


please tell me if that works...
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Re: HELP NEEDED TO TEST THE NEW UPDATER

Postby kane » Sat Jul 08 2017 17:00

michelangelo wrote:Yep, do:

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sudo ping updates.volumio.org


please tell me if that works...



yes works

volumio@volumio:~$ sudo ping updates.volumio.org
[sudo] password for volumio:
PING updates.volumio.org (149.210.234.235) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from 149-210-234-235.colo.transip.net (149.210.234.235): icmp_seq=1 ttl=50 time=179 ms
64 bytes from 149-210-234-235.colo.transip.net (149.210.234.235): icmp_seq=2 ttl=50 time=180 ms
64 bytes from 149-210-234-235.colo.transip.net (149.210.234.235): icmp_seq=3 ttl=50 time=181 ms
64 bytes from 149-210-234-235.colo.transip.net (149.210.234.235): icmp_seq=4 ttl=50 time=178 ms
64 bytes from 149-210-234-235.colo.transip.net (149.210.234.235): icmp_seq=5 ttl=50 time=180 ms
64 bytes from 149-210-234-235.colo.transip.net (149.210.234.235): icmp_seq=6 ttl=50 time=179 ms
64 bytes from 149-210-234-235.colo.transip.net (149.210.234.235): icmp_seq=7 ttl=50 time=180 ms
64 bytes from 149-210-234-235.colo.transip.net (149.210.234.235): icmp_seq=8 ttl=50 time=179 ms
64 bytes from 149-210-234-235.colo.transip.net (149.210.234.235): icmp_seq=9 ttl=50 time=178 ms
64 bytes from 149-210-234-235.colo.transip.net (149.210.234.235): icmp_seq=10 ttl=50 time=180 ms
^C
--- updates.volumio.org ping statistics ---
10 packets transmitted, 10 received, 0% packet loss, time 9002ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 178.862/179.932/181.831/1.019 ms
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