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Errors/warnings on console when trying to make calls with IRLPvCON on board

David Cameron - IRLP
 

When IRLP changed to HTTPS, a number of things broke in older OS's that could not handle it.

As such, the URL status-update.irlp.net does NOT force https, and thus can be used in place of status.irlp.net in older scripts.

This is what you would see when trying to make a call from the console:


----- START -----

repeater@stnxxxx:~/$ decode 9013
CODEC chosen as ADPCM for channel 3.
Valid IP = 163.120.97.201 obtained from server
Hosts file must be stale, downloading a new one in the background.
The reflector IP is determined to be 163.120.97.201
Trying 163.120.97.201, port 15425...
Connected to 163.120.97.201
Authentication Complete, registering IP address with reflector
Node Connected to reflector ref9010 on channel 3
 
bunzip2: Compressed file ends unexpectedly;
        perhaps it is corrupted?  *Possible* reason follows.
bunzip2: No such file or directory
        Input file = /var/www/irlpvutil/nohtml.txt.bz2, output file = /var/www/irlpvutil/nohtml.txt
 
It is possible that the compressed file(s) have become corrupted.
You can use the -tvv option to test integrity of such files.
 
You can use the `bzip2recover' program to attempt to recover
data from undamaged sections of corrupted files.
 
bunzip2: Deleting output file /var/www/irlpvutil/nohtml.txt, if it exists.
---------END------------
 

One such script, /var/www/irlpvutil/vutil_loadcall, has as its first uncommented line:
$Server='status.irlp.net/nohtmlstatus.txt.bz2';

This needs to be changed to:
$Server='status-update.irlp.net/nohtmlstatus.txt.bz2';

There are likely others, but since I can't auto-update irlpvcon scripts, this will have to be done manually to fix the issue.

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD


Re: COS and DTMF leds on constantly

Geert Jan de Groot
 

Another thing to try to to temporary disconnect the 25-pin connector, that is, the connection between the DTMF board and the IRLP machine.

I think it's more likely that the LED lighting is caused by what the board is connected to than the board itself.


Re: COS and DTMF leds on constantly

John VK4JJW
 

Ta fr all that Dave

I'll have a go later today and report back :-)


JW

On 29/06/2022 1:00 pm, David Cameron - IRLP wrote:
Well check the signals feeding the LEDs - There is a 330 ohm to +5V to the anode, and the cathode is connected to either a PNP (3906) or NPN (3904) with a 1K resistor to the base (R8 and R5).
I would try removing the 1K resistors R8 (COS) and R5 (DTMF), and see if the LEDs stay on. If so, the transistors Q1 and Q3 are fused. Then check the signals on the "hot side" of those resistors and see if they follow what should be turning the LED on and off.
The trigger for the DTMF LED is off Pin 10 of the DTMF IC (TOE).
The trigger for the COS LED is off Pin 1 of the comparator IC (LM393M).
Dave Cameron
VE7LTD
--
EchoIRLP
IRLP Node 6527
EchoLink Node 96527

DMR 5054314


http://www.vk4jjw.info


Re: COS and DTMF leds on constantly

David Cameron - IRLP
 

Well check the signals feeding the LEDs - There is a 330 ohm to +5V to the anode, and the cathode is connected to either a PNP (3906) or NPN (3904) with a 1K resistor to the base (R8 and R5).

I would try removing the 1K resistors R8 (COS) and R5 (DTMF), and see if the LEDs stay on. If so, the transistors Q1 and Q3 are fused. Then check the signals on the "hot side" of those resistors and see if they follow what should be turning the LED on and off.

The trigger for the DTMF LED is off Pin 10 of the DTMF IC (TOE).
The trigger for the COS LED is off Pin 1 of the comparator IC (LM393M).

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD

On 2022-06-28 7:47 p.m., John VK4JJW wrote:


On 29/06/2022 1:39 am, David Cameron - IRLP wrote:
Hmmm, that is likely two major failures:

1) The DTMF LED is driven in either the DTMF IC (U1 - MT8870DE) or the output driver chip (U3 - 7408), or the transistor that drives the LED Q1 - 3904
2) The COS could be U4 - CD74HC00M, U2 - LM393M, faulty open jumper on ANY of the three jumpers,or the transistor that drives the LED Q3 - 3906

What does the readinput program say? Does the board still decode DTMF even with the LED on? What about COS?

Readinput reads everything as normal. Board still decodes DTMF with the LED remaining on, although its brightness increases very slightly with each decode.

COS functions as normal although LED stays on, with just a slight erratic flicker when COS is idle.


What happens when you change the COS polarity, Logic jumper, or PTT lockout?

Those functions operate as per the jumper setting, however no change to the "always on" COS and DTMF LEDs.


As the board still functions properly we're not overly concerned however it would be a great surprise for my friend (John VK4JKL long-time Node 6163) if the LED displays could be made to perform as normal!

Thanks Dave


JW


Re: COS and DTMF leds on constantly

John VK4JJW
 

On 29/06/2022 1:39 am, David Cameron - IRLP wrote:
Hmmm, that is likely two major failures:
1) The DTMF LED is driven in either the DTMF IC (U1 - MT8870DE) or the output driver chip (U3 - 7408), or the transistor that drives the LED Q1 - 3904
2) The COS could be U4 - CD74HC00M, U2 - LM393M, faulty open jumper on ANY of the three jumpers,or the transistor that drives the LED Q3 - 3906
What does the readinput program say? Does the board still decode DTMF even with the LED on? What about COS?

Readinput reads everything as normal. Board still decodes DTMF with the LED remaining on, although its brightness increases very slightly with each decode.

COS functions as normal although LED stays on, with just a slight erratic flicker when COS is idle.

What happens when you change the COS polarity, Logic jumper, or PTT lockout?

Those functions operate as per the jumper setting, however no change to the "always on" COS and DTMF LEDs.


As the board still functions properly we're not overly concerned however it would be a great surprise for my friend (John VK4JKL long-time Node 6163) if the LED displays could be made to perform as normal!

Thanks Dave


JW
--
EchoIRLP
IRLP Node 6527
EchoLink Node 96527

DMR 5054314


http://www.vk4jjw.info


Re: COS and DTMF leds on constantly

David Cameron - IRLP
 

Hmmm, that is likely two major failures:

1) The DTMF LED is driven in either the DTMF IC (U1 - MT8870DE) or the output driver chip (U3 - 7408), or the transistor that drives the LED Q1 - 3904
2) The COS could be U4 - CD74HC00M, U2 - LM393M, faulty open jumper on ANY of the three jumpers,or the transistor that drives the LED Q3 - 3906

What does the readinput program say? Does the board still decode DTMF even with the LED on? What about COS?

What happens when you change the COS polarity, Logic jumper, or PTT lockout?

Dave Cameron

On 2022-06-27 7:16 p.m., John VK4JJW wrote:
Hi team

I have a friend's Ver 3.0 board in my workshop and even with only 5V applied, the COS and DTMF leds are on constantly. Except for this the board is functioning normally.
Anyone seen this before and have an idea as to how to fix it?

Ta

JW



COS and DTMF leds on constantly

John VK4JJW
 

Hi team

I have a friend's Ver 3.0 board in my workshop and even with only 5V applied, the COS and DTMF leds are on constantly. Except for this the board is functioning normally.
Anyone seen this before and have an idea as to how to fix it?

Ta

JW


Heads up about "Pi availability" - Limited stock of PiRLP4

David Cameron - IRLP
 

If you have been on the fence about moving to a PiRLP4 node, I just wanted people to know that I have not been able to buy more Pi4 boards from my supplier, and I have a limited number of PiRLP4's available. So if you think you might want one before August 2023 (yes that is the estimated time of arrival of my next order, already in with the supplier), now is the time.

Also, I have been warned that the price of the Pi4 is set to jump almost double, and I may have to increase the prices to reflect that.

I have secured a bunch of Syba USB sound cards though, as that was a problem for me earlier this year. I had three different suppliers ship me "counterfeit" sound cards! These are really nice sound cards based on the C-Media CM119 chipset and can also be easily modified to operate as a standalone TNC using direwolf software. So if you are in the market for one, or 5, or 10, drop me a line also.

Dave Cameron
VE7LTD


Re: PIRLP node # 7123

David Bevington
 

Thank you Larry
Gives me something to research and work on.

Dave W6TNT

On Jun 22, 2022, at 3:53 PM, larry_n7fm <larry@...> wrote:

Dave,

If hooked direct to the repeater the only way you will be able to unkey the Node prior to Repeater tail going away is to pick a place/logic where the BC-50V outputs the tone decode logic signal. That way the node will switch off when the repeater user unkeys and decode logic changes. That logic spot should become the COS input on the NODE wiring.

Since the tone decode changes instantly the repeater tail can continue on the repeater with whatever you have it set for without keeping the NODE transmitting during the tail time.

Not familiar with a BC-50V so can't point you to the decode logic source. I'm sure there are others that can if you ask. Or maybe you know already.

Good Luck

Larry - N7FM

On 6/22/22 2:48 PM, David Bevington via groups.io wrote:
Larry,
Thank you for the link.
My node is connected to my BC-50V repeater direct it has a built-in controller. So far I have not been able to find an adjustment for hang time.

I would like to adjust the value for timing of IMIKE, and I see there is a warning do not tamper with this file unless you know what you were doing.

I have been able to make some changes to the node via root but not positive about how to get to this file and make changes.


73
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 21, 2022, at 10:50 PM, larry_n7fm <larry@...> wrote:
Dave,

You didn't mention (or if you did I missed it) how you're connecting your IRLP node to your repeater.

If using a controller with linked ports to add the IRLP to your system program the IRLP Port to have zero Hang time.

If wired direct to your repeater take a look at this link <https://www.irlp.net/owners/reflectors.html> It give pointers on how to wire logic to prevent tail and ID's from being sent out on IRLP.

Larry - N7FM


On 6/20/22 5:20 PM, David Bevington via groups.io wrote:
Dick,
I appreciate the input thank you for taking the time to send me that info.
When I got the node I was able to get it working Wi-Fi. I have since hooked it up via cat six Cable and don’t remember how I got it on Wi-Fi.

The repeater and node are working great together, open for everyone in Lone Pine to use just trying to eliminate the squelch tail from being sent through IRLP node.

Thanks again
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 20, 2022, at 1:51 PM, Richard Jamison via groups.io <jamisonrd@...> wrote:

David,
PiRLP node from Dave Cameron comes with wifi turned off. You would have to turn it on to switch from ethenet to wifi.

As far as repeaters go, I have only indirect knowledge. Usually one programs the repeater so that DTMF code will allow the repeater to access the node and allow connections to reflector channels or other nodes.

Dick,
WA2QDP

On Sunday, June 19, 2022 at 03:57:03 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:
Hi all,
Happy Fathers Day.

I am running PIRLP node # 7123 I have two questions,

1. I now have the node connected to the internet via cat 6 cable and would like to know the command to turn off the wireless and where to put the command?

2. I would also like to know if I can make it so my BridgeCom BC-50V can work with a squelch tail without sending it thru the node?

Thank you in advance.
Dave B
W6TNT











Re: PIRLP node # 7123

larry_n7fm
 

Dave,

If hooked direct to the repeater the only way you will be able to unkey the Node prior to Repeater tail going away is to pick a place/logic where the BC-50V outputs the tone decode logic signal. That way the node will switch off when the repeater user unkeys and decode logic changes. That logic spot should become the COS input on the NODE wiring.

Since the tone decode changes instantly the repeater tail can continue on the repeater with whatever you have it set for without keeping the NODE transmitting during the tail time.

Not familiar with a BC-50V so can't point you to the decode logic source. I'm sure there are others that can if you ask. Or maybe you know already.

Good Luck

Larry - N7FM

On 6/22/22 2:48 PM, David Bevington via groups.io wrote:
Larry,
Thank you for the link.
My node is connected to my BC-50V repeater direct it has a built-in controller. So far I have not been able to find an adjustment for hang time.

I would like to adjust the value for timing of IMIKE, and I see there is a warning do not tamper with this file unless you know what you were doing.

I have been able to make some changes to the node via root but not positive about how to get to this file and make changes.


73
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 21, 2022, at 10:50 PM, larry_n7fm <larry@...> wrote:

Dave,

You didn't mention (or if you did I missed it) how you're connecting your IRLP node to your repeater.

If using a controller with linked ports to add the IRLP to your system program the IRLP Port to have zero Hang time.

If wired direct to your repeater take a look at this link <https://www.irlp.net/owners/reflectors.html> It give pointers on how to wire logic to prevent tail and ID's from being sent out on IRLP.

Larry - N7FM


On 6/20/22 5:20 PM, David Bevington via groups.io wrote:
Dick,
I appreciate the input thank you for taking the time to send me that info.
When I got the node I was able to get it working Wi-Fi. I have since hooked it up via cat six Cable and don’t remember how I got it on Wi-Fi.

The repeater and node are working great together, open for everyone in Lone Pine to use just trying to eliminate the squelch tail from being sent through IRLP node.

Thanks again
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 20, 2022, at 1:51 PM, Richard Jamison via groups.io <jamisonrd@...> wrote:

David,
PiRLP node from Dave Cameron comes with wifi turned off. You would have to turn it on to switch from ethenet to wifi.

As far as repeaters go, I have only indirect knowledge. Usually one programs the repeater so that DTMF code will allow the repeater to access the node and allow connections to reflector channels or other nodes.

Dick,
WA2QDP

On Sunday, June 19, 2022 at 03:57:03 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:
Hi all,
Happy Fathers Day.

I am running PIRLP node # 7123 I have two questions,

1. I now have the node connected to the internet via cat 6 cable and would like to know the command to turn off the wireless and where to put the command?

2. I would also like to know if I can make it so my BridgeCom BC-50V can work with a squelch tail without sending it thru the node?

Thank you in advance.
Dave B
W6TNT








Re: PIRLP node # 7123

David Bevington
 

Larry,
Thank you for the link.
My node is connected to my BC-50V repeater direct it has a built-in controller. So far I have not been able to find an adjustment for hang time.

I would like to adjust the value for timing of IMIKE, and I see there is a warning do not tamper with this file unless you know what you were doing.

I have been able to make some changes to the node via root but not positive about how to get to this file and make changes.


73
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 21, 2022, at 10:50 PM, larry_n7fm <larry@...> wrote:

Dave,

You didn't mention (or if you did I missed it) how you're connecting your IRLP node to your repeater.

If using a controller with linked ports to add the IRLP to your system program the IRLP Port to have zero Hang time.

If wired direct to your repeater take a look at this link <https://www.irlp.net/owners/reflectors.html> It give pointers on how to wire logic to prevent tail and ID's from being sent out on IRLP.

Larry - N7FM


On 6/20/22 5:20 PM, David Bevington via groups.io wrote:
Dick,
I appreciate the input thank you for taking the time to send me that info.
When I got the node I was able to get it working Wi-Fi. I have since hooked it up via cat six Cable and don’t remember how I got it on Wi-Fi.

The repeater and node are working great together, open for everyone in Lone Pine to use just trying to eliminate the squelch tail from being sent through IRLP node.

Thanks again
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 20, 2022, at 1:51 PM, Richard Jamison via groups.io <jamisonrd@...> wrote:

David,
PiRLP node from Dave Cameron comes with wifi turned off. You would have to turn it on to switch from ethenet to wifi.

As far as repeaters go, I have only indirect knowledge. Usually one programs the repeater so that DTMF code will allow the repeater to access the node and allow connections to reflector channels or other nodes.

Dick,
WA2QDP

On Sunday, June 19, 2022 at 03:57:03 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:

Hi all,
Happy Fathers Day.

I am running PIRLP node # 7123 I have two questions,

1. I now have the node connected to the internet via cat 6 cable and would like to know the command to turn off the wireless and where to put the command?

2. I would also like to know if I can make it so my BridgeCom BC-50V can work with a squelch tail without sending it thru the node?

Thank you in advance.
Dave B
W6TNT







Re: PIRLP node # 7123

larry_n7fm
 

Dave,

You didn't mention (or if you did I missed it) how you're connecting your IRLP node to your repeater.

If using a controller with linked ports to add the IRLP to your system program the IRLP Port to have zero Hang time.

If wired direct to your repeater take a look at this link <https://www.irlp.net/owners/reflectors.html> It give pointers on how to wire logic to prevent tail and ID's from being sent out on IRLP.

Larry - N7FM

On 6/20/22 5:20 PM, David Bevington via groups.io wrote:
Dick,
I appreciate the input thank you for taking the time to send me that info.
When I got the node I was able to get it working Wi-Fi. I have since hooked it up via cat six Cable and don’t remember how I got it on Wi-Fi.

The repeater and node are working great together, open for everyone in Lone Pine to use just trying to eliminate the squelch tail from being sent through IRLP node.

Thanks again
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 20, 2022, at 1:51 PM, Richard Jamison via groups.io <jamisonrd@...> wrote:


David,
PiRLP node from Dave Cameron comes with wifi turned off.  You would have to turn it on to switch from ethenet to wifi.

As far as repeaters go, I have only indirect knowledge.  Usually one programs the repeater so that DTMF code will allow the repeater to access the node and allow connections to reflector channels or other nodes.

Dick,
WA2QDP

On Sunday, June 19, 2022 at 03:57:03 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:


Hi all,
Happy Fathers Day.

  I am running PIRLP node # 7123 I have two questions,

1.  I now have the node connected to the internet via cat 6 cable  and would like to know the command to turn off the wireless and where to put the command?

2.  I would also like to know if I can make it so my BridgeCom BC-50V can work with a squelch tail without sending it thru the node?

Thank you in advance.
Dave B
W6TNT




Re: PIRLP node # 7123

David Bevington
 

Thank you for the information that is awesome always good to talk with Old timers whether their hams or not.  
I will make it a point to look up your call and make a contact one day. 

73
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 20, 2022, at 6:06 PM, Richard Jamison via groups.io <jamisonrd@...> wrote:


David,
The internet says:

To completely disable the onboard WiFi from the firmware on the Pi3 / Pi4, add

dtoverlay=disable-wifi

in /boot/config.txt.


It looks like to stop the squelch tail from going through the node would require eliminating the squelch tail at the repeater itself.
Whatever audio/squelch tale is present from the repeater is going to go through the node.

Good luck with all.

73 from an OT, 81 year old ham
Dick

On Monday, June 20, 2022 at 08:20:32 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:


Dick,
I appreciate the input thank you for taking the time to send me that info. 
When I got the node I was able to get it working Wi-Fi. I have since hooked it up via cat six Cable and don’t remember how I got it on Wi-Fi. 

The repeater and node are working great together, open for everyone in Lone Pine to use just trying to eliminate the squelch tail from being sent through IRLP node. 

Thanks again
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 20, 2022, at 1:51 PM, Richard Jamison via groups.io <jamisonrd@...> wrote:


David,
PiRLP node from Dave Cameron comes with wifi turned off.  You would have to turn it on to switch from ethenet to wifi.

As far as repeaters go, I have only indirect knowledge.  Usually one programs the repeater so that DTMF code will allow the repeater to access the node and allow connections to reflector channels or other nodes. 

Dick,
WA2QDP

On Sunday, June 19, 2022 at 03:57:03 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:


Hi all,
Happy Fathers Day.

  I am running PIRLP node # 7123 I have two questions,
 
1.  I now have the node connected to the internet via cat 6 cable  and would like to know the command to turn off the wireless and where to put the command?

2.  I would also like to know if I can make it so my BridgeCom BC-50V can work with a squelch tail without sending it thru the node?

Thank you in advance.
Dave B
W6TNT





Re: PIRLP node # 7123

Richard Jamison
 

David,
The internet says:

To completely disable the onboard WiFi from the firmware on the Pi3 / Pi4, add

dtoverlay=disable-wifi

in /boot/config.txt.


It looks like to stop the squelch tail from going through the node would require eliminating the squelch tail at the repeater itself.
Whatever audio/squelch tale is present from the repeater is going to go through the node.

Good luck with all.

73 from an OT, 81 year old ham
Dick

On Monday, June 20, 2022 at 08:20:32 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:


Dick,
I appreciate the input thank you for taking the time to send me that info. 
When I got the node I was able to get it working Wi-Fi. I have since hooked it up via cat six Cable and don’t remember how I got it on Wi-Fi. 

The repeater and node are working great together, open for everyone in Lone Pine to use just trying to eliminate the squelch tail from being sent through IRLP node. 

Thanks again
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 20, 2022, at 1:51 PM, Richard Jamison via groups.io <jamisonrd@...> wrote:


David,
PiRLP node from Dave Cameron comes with wifi turned off.  You would have to turn it on to switch from ethenet to wifi.

As far as repeaters go, I have only indirect knowledge.  Usually one programs the repeater so that DTMF code will allow the repeater to access the node and allow connections to reflector channels or other nodes. 

Dick,
WA2QDP

On Sunday, June 19, 2022 at 03:57:03 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:


Hi all,
Happy Fathers Day.

  I am running PIRLP node # 7123 I have two questions,
 
1.  I now have the node connected to the internet via cat 6 cable  and would like to know the command to turn off the wireless and where to put the command?

2.  I would also like to know if I can make it so my BridgeCom BC-50V can work with a squelch tail without sending it thru the node?

Thank you in advance.
Dave B
W6TNT





Re: PIRLP node # 7123

David Bevington
 

Dick,
I appreciate the input thank you for taking the time to send me that info. 
When I got the node I was able to get it working Wi-Fi. I have since hooked it up via cat six Cable and don’t remember how I got it on Wi-Fi. 

The repeater and node are working great together, open for everyone in Lone Pine to use just trying to eliminate the squelch tail from being sent through IRLP node. 

Thanks again
Dave W6TNT

On Jun 20, 2022, at 1:51 PM, Richard Jamison via groups.io <jamisonrd@...> wrote:


David,
PiRLP node from Dave Cameron comes with wifi turned off.  You would have to turn it on to switch from ethenet to wifi.

As far as repeaters go, I have only indirect knowledge.  Usually one programs the repeater so that DTMF code will allow the repeater to access the node and allow connections to reflector channels or other nodes. 

Dick,
WA2QDP

On Sunday, June 19, 2022 at 03:57:03 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:


Hi all,
Happy Fathers Day.

  I am running PIRLP node # 7123 I have two questions,
 
1.  I now have the node connected to the internet via cat 6 cable  and would like to know the command to turn off the wireless and where to put the command?

2.  I would also like to know if I can make it so my BridgeCom BC-50V can work with a squelch tail without sending it thru the node?

Thank you in advance.
Dave B
W6TNT





Re: PIRLP node # 7123

Richard Jamison
 

David,
PiRLP node from Dave Cameron comes with wifi turned off.  You would have to turn it on to switch from ethenet to wifi.

As far as repeaters go, I have only indirect knowledge.  Usually one programs the repeater so that DTMF code will allow the repeater to access the node and allow connections to reflector channels or other nodes. 

Dick,
WA2QDP

On Sunday, June 19, 2022 at 03:57:03 PM EDT, David Bevington via groups.io <w6tnt@...> wrote:


Hi all,
Happy Fathers Day.

  I am running PIRLP node # 7123 I have two questions,
 
1.  I now have the node connected to the internet via cat 6 cable  and would like to know the command to turn off the wireless and where to put the command?

2.  I would also like to know if I can make it so my BridgeCom BC-50V can work with a squelch tail without sending it thru the node?

Thank you in advance.
Dave B
W6TNT





PIRLP node # 7123

David Bevington
 

Hi all,
Happy Fathers Day.

I am running PIRLP node # 7123 I have two questions,

1. I now have the node connected to the internet via cat 6 cable and would like to know the command to turn off the wireless and where to put the command?

2. I would also like to know if I can make it so my BridgeCom BC-50V can work with a squelch tail without sending it thru the node?

Thank you in advance.
Dave B
W6TNT


Re: funy output

WA3KOK Larry
 

Irlp operation seems normal i get this output when I ssh into node and login as repeater then decode another node number or reflector
Larry


Re: funy output

David Cameron - IRLP
 

That is an error from irlpvcon, not from irlp.

Where do you see the error? How does it affect irlp operation?

Dave Cameron 

-------- Original message --------
From: "Carla D'Anna" <ldanna@...>
Date: 2022-06-18 5:35 p.m. (GMT-08:00)
To: irlp@irlp.groups.io
Subject: [IRLP] funy output

Our node 4000 was off line for a while due to a bad PS., Upon restarting Node seems to work as before. except when I log in from terminal and send a connect command to another node   the node connected OK but I get this as well on the terminal session

bunzip2: Compressed file ends unexpectedly;
perhaps it is corrupted? *Possible* reason follows.
bunzip2: No such file or directory
Input file = /var/www/irlpvutil/nohtml.txt.bz2, output file = /var/www/irlpvutil/nohtml.txt
It is possible that the compressed file(s) have become corrupted.
You can use the -tvv option to test integrity of such files.
You can use the `bzip2recover' program to attempt to recover
data from undamaged sections of corrupted files.
bunzip2: Deleting output file /var/www/irlpvutil/nohtml.txt, if it exists.

Is this a hack or is there something amiss

Thanks

Larry WA3KOK


funy output

Carla D&#39;Anna
 

Our node 4000 was off line for a while due to a bad PS., Upon restarting Node seems to work as before. except when I log in from terminal and send a connect command to another node   the node connected OK but I get this as well on the terminal session

bunzip2: Compressed file ends unexpectedly;
perhaps it is corrupted? *Possible* reason follows.
bunzip2: No such file or directory
Input file = /var/www/irlpvutil/nohtml.txt.bz2, output file = /var/www/irlpvutil/nohtml.txt
It is possible that the compressed file(s) have become corrupted.
You can use the -tvv option to test integrity of such files.
You can use the `bzip2recover' program to attempt to recover
data from undamaged sections of corrupted files.
bunzip2: Deleting output file /var/www/irlpvutil/nohtml.txt, if it exists.

Is this a hack or is there something amiss

Thanks

Larry WA3KOK

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