I did go through the aptitude GUI but it wasn't very helpful because it still only uses the sources.list.
Here you can see screenshots that it's saying I have installed the 4.5 kernels for both of my MangoES:
but these numbers have nothing to do with what I get when I do a uname -a, as seen in my above post, I am getting 3.8 and 3.10, which I have learned have to do with an ODROID kernel version.
Even if it would work, when I search for a new kernel via aptitude on my MangoES v2, I get nothing:
Whereas for the MangoES original I do get a list of kernels, but I am afraid to upgrade to any of these, as I still don't understand why they woudn't be automatically marked as upgradeable. My other apprehension is that aptitude on one is not the same as on the other: Why would MangoES v2 not have any kernel updates but the MangoES original does?
Looking at this post, I understand that normally, these kernels are not set to upgrade via apt-get, but this person made it possible to do so.
I already added these two lists, but they didn't provide any ODROID kernel updates:
wget https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/sources.lists/meveric-stretch-main.list # package list for all ODROID devices / Debian Stretch (not for Debian Wheezy, Jessie, or Ubuntu 12.04, 14.04) wget https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/sources.lists/meveric-stretch-backports.list # package list for all ODROID devices / Debian Stretch (not for Debian Wheezy, Jessie, or Ubuntu 12.04, 14.04)
I suspect I may have to add one of these to each MangoES:
wget https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/sources.lists/meveric-all-N1.list # package list for ODROID N1 devices and all Distributions (Kernel and Headers) wget https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/sources.lists/meveric-all-U.list # package list for ODROID U2/U3 devices and all Distributions (Kernel and Headers) wget https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/sources.lists/meveric-all-X.list # package list for ODROID X devices and all Distributions (Kernel and Headers) wget https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/sources.lists/meveric-all-X2.list # package list for ODROID X2 devices and all Distributions (Kernel and Headers) wget https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/sources.lists/meveric-all-XU.list # package list for ODROID XU devices and all Distributions (Kernel and Headers) wget https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/sources.lists/meveric-all-XU3.list # package list for ODROID XU3 devices and all Distributions (Kernel and Headers) wget https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/sources.lists/meveric-all-C1.list # package list for ODROID C1 devices and all Distributions (Kernel and Headers) wget https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/sources.lists/meveric-all-C2.list # package list for ODROID C2 devices and all Distributions (Kernel and Headers)
So now, my next problem is to figure out which is the correct ODROID hardware version that these MangoES run.
I found this post when searching on how to figure out which ODROID version I am running.
The MangoES v2 has 3.10.82+, which according to the above post is 1.0, which says that it would have to be re-imaged? I'm not quite sure how to accomplish this or even if I want to pursue this.
The MangoES original has 220.127.116.11, which could mean it could be a sub 1.0 version or something?
And again I don't understand why I am getting different versions with uname and what is showing up on Aptitude.
I feel like I'm rambling, so I'll just stop for now.
So I am running into an issue with cifs mounting that I'm pretty sure a kernel upgrade will resolve.
Matt, that original debian stretch list you gave me is not providing me with any kernel updates.
If anyone have a MangoES v1 and a MangoES v2 I would love to see what the default contents are of the /etc/apt/sources.list file is.
My MangoES v1 is currently stuck at this kernel version:
Linux 22historian 18.104.22.168 #1 SMP PREEMPT Wed Mar 4 17:26:56 BRT 2015 armv7l GNU/Linux
My MangoES v2, which has an updated kernel version, works well:
Linux lobbyhistorian 3.10.82+ #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Sep 7 16:31:39 MDT 2015 armv7l GNU/Linux
Anyone know either how I can get a source list to update this kernel version using apt or manually downloading the kernel?
Am I wrong in assuming that the NoSQL backup also backups the configuration (normally SQL backup as well)?
I have a vague recollection that I've been able to restore mango purely though the NoSQL backup, which appeared to include everything.
I want to make sure I understand this point correctly:
Making Persistent Data Source points ‘settable’ so the value set is sent to the publishing side and not saved on the data source side
Does this mean that now when we have a settable point, and we make a change on a central server, the new value is propagated "backwards" via Persistent TCP Sync?
The SQL backup has failed and I got this error:
Lobby Historian - Event active notification Urgent 00:05:00 - Backup Failed for File: no file because multiple points Note This event requires a manual acknowledgement for it to become inactive
The other backups were successful.
The ma.log shows these couple items. There was nothing else of note:
ERROR 2018-10-04T00:05:00,019 (com.serotonin.m2m2.rt.maint.work.DatabaseBackupWorkItem$DatabaseBackupTask.run:274) - java.lang.NumberFormatException: multiple points ERROR 2018-10-04T00:05:00,019 (com.serotonin.m2m2.rt.maint.work.DatabaseBackupWorkItem$DatabaseBackupTask.run:274) - java.lang.NumberFormatException: multiple points INFO 2018-10-04T00:05:00,022 (com.serotonin.m2m2.rt.maint.work.BackupWorkItem.execute:101) - Starting backup WorkItem. INFO 2018-10-04T00:05:02,188 (com.serotonin.m2m2.rt.maint.work.BackupWorkItem.execute:181) - Finished backup WorkItem.
Here is my configuration:
The mount point is mounted and working correctly.
I initiated the backup manually and it works perfectly fine without errors.
It could just be a fluke, but maybe there is something that could be fixed and I thought y'all should know.