Repetier gets constant messages if Duet Web Control is connected

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By James 13 February 2017 18:28

Member · 22 comments

Hi,

If I have my printer connected in the Duet Web Control, my Repetier-Host log updates constantly, showing lines like this:

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10:20:09.914 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
10:20:09.914 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
10:20:09.930 : Request: reply fragment 2147483648
10:20:09.930 : Serving client 1 of 1
10:20:09.930 : Resp 2147483648: 000000c8 00000079 FIRM...s
10:20:10.194 : Request: status?type=2 fragment 2147483648
10:20:10.195 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 00000327 {"st...s
10:20:10.484 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
10:20:10.484 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
10:20:10.763 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
10:20:10.763 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
10:20:11.038 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
10:20:11.038 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
====================================

This happened out of the box, so I updated to the latest versions of everything:

Firmware: 1.17e
WiFi Server Version: 1.03 (ch fork)
Web Interface Version: 1.12-RC1

But this did not change the behavior. Anyone know why this happens and if it can be fixed?

Thanks,
James

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By Jackal 13 February 2017 18:34

Member · 68 comments

Try updating to Duet Web Control 1.14a
https://github.com/dc42/RepRapFirmware/ … -1.14a.bin

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By James 13 February 2017 19:14

Member · 22 comments

Thanks -- I didn't realize I didn't have the latest. But, I updated and it still does the same thing. Below is a new sample, in case these codes actually mean something to someone 😁

James

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11:08:37.146 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 00000039 {"er...s
11:08:37.167 : Request: status?type=2 fragment 2147483648
11:08:37.167 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 00000328 {"st...s
11:08:37.178 : Request: config fragment 2147483648
11:08:37.179 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 00000267 {"ax...s
11:08:37.191 : Request: filelist?dir=0:/sys fragment 2147483648
11:08:37.191 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 00000296 {"di...s
11:08:37.200 : Request: reply fragment 2147483648
11:08:37.200 : Resp 2147483648: 000000c8 00000000
11:08:37.558 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:37.558 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:37.863 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:37.863 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:38.178 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:38.178 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:38.489 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:38.489 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:38.791 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:38.792 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:39.097 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:39.098 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:39.374 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:39.374 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:39.647 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:39.647 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:39.923 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:39.923 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:40.198 : Request: status?type=2 fragment 2147483648
11:08:40.198 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 00000328 {"st...s
11:08:40.486 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:40.486 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:40.757 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:40.758 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:41.045 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:41.045 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:41.319 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:41.319 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:41.592 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:41.592 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:41.865 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:41.865 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:42.137 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:42.137 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:42.408 : Request: status?type=1 fragment 2147483648
11:08:42.409 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 0000019c {"st...s
11:08:42.684 : Request: disconnect fragment 2147483648
11:08:42.684 : Resp 2147483648: 000100c8 00000009 {"err":0}
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By dc42 13 February 2017 20:55

Administrator · 1,867 comments

Repetier Host unfortunately turns on debug output by default. I don't know why, it seems a daft thing to do to me. You can turn it off by going to the console and pressing the Info and Errors buttons to turn them off.


Duet WiFi hardware designer and firmware engineer
http://www.escher3d.com
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By James 13 February 2017 21:22

Member · 22 comments

Well, that's weird. I can turn everything off, and it still happens. No matter what combination I select of Commands, Infos, Warnings, Errors, or ACK, it still shows up. I'm using v1.6.2, which it says is the most current.

What are these messages anyway?

Thanks,
James

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By dc42 13 February 2017 23:28

Administrator · 1,867 comments

Those are summaries of the comments between the WiFi module and the main processor. Sending M111 S0 should stop them if Repetier doesn't intercept that command.


Duet WiFi hardware designer and firmware engineer
http://www.escher3d.com
https://miscsolutions.wordpress.com

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By James 14 February 2017 01:24

Member · 22 comments

Sending M110 S0 from the Duet Web Control stops the messages in Repetier, until you send another command. E.g., after I saw that it stopped, I tried M114 and M115 from Repetier just to see if the log still worked, and then the messages start again.

Anyway, not worth taking up more of your time -- it doesn't hurt anything except the ability to see the logs, and if I want to I can always disconnect the Duet Web Control temporarily while in Repetier.

Thanks,
James