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#1 ntj

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Posted 15 December 2019 - 14:57

Hi

 

Having long boot time since updating to 7.2

See logging below, (can send whole log file if needed)

Nearly 1 min at part marked in red. (something with tuning?)

(Can also write that LCDLinux is NOT installed as i have had problems before with that one)

Anyone with an idea about this?

 

 

Dec 15 14:27:48 vuultimo4k user.info kernel: [   26.339471] ata1: EH complete
Dec 15 14:27:48 vuultimo4k user.warn kernel: [   26.381096] ata1: limiting SATA link speed to 3.0 Gbps
Dec 15 14:27:48 vuultimo4k user.err kernel: [   26.386273] ata1.00: exception Emask 0x10 SAct 0x20000000 SErr 0x1380000 action 0x6 frozen
Dec 15 14:27:48 vuultimo4k user.err kernel: [   26.394561] ata1.00: irq_stat 0x08000000, interface fatal error
Dec 15 14:27:48 vuultimo4k user.err kernel: [   26.400500] ata1: SError: { 10B8B Dispar BadCRC TrStaTrns }
Dec 15 14:27:48 vuultimo4k user.err kernel: [   26.406096] ata1.00: failed command: READ FPDMA QUEUED
Dec 15 14:27:48 vuultimo4k user.err kernel: [   26.411256] ata1.00: cmd 60/a8:e8:e0:93:08/00:00:13:00:00/40 tag 29 ncq 86016 in
Dec 15 14:27:48 vuultimo4k user.err kernel: [   26.411256]          res 40/00:ec:e0:93:08/00:00:13:00:00/40 Emask 0x10 (ATA bus error)
Dec 15 14:27:48 vuultimo4k user.err kernel: [   26.426671] ata1.00: status: { DRDY }
Dec 15 14:27:48 vuultimo4k user.info kernel: [   26.430355] ata1: hard resetting link
Dec 15 14:27:49 vuultimo4k user.info kernel: [   26.702067] ata1: SATA link up 3.0 Gbps (SStatus 123 SControl 320)
Dec 15 14:27:49 vuultimo4k user.info kernel: [   26.721173] ata1.00: configured for UDMA/133
Dec 15 14:27:49 vuultimo4k user.info kernel: [   26.725501] ata1: EH complete
Dec 15 14:27:55 vuultimo4k user.warn kernel: [   33.262069] >>cid=1, sid=0 r=0 s=0
Dec 15 14:27:55 vuultimo4k user.warn kernel: [   33.265501] ROLT
Dec 15 14:27:56 vuultimo4k user.warn kernel: [   33.703075] >>cid=1, sid=0 r=2 s=0
Dec 15 14:28:50 vuultimo4k user.warn kernel: [   87.895267] FE tune
Dec 15 14:28:50 vuultimo4k user.warn kernel: [   88.208075] >>cid=1, sid=0 r=2 s=0
Dec 15 14:28:50 vuultimo4k user.warn kernel: [   88.216711] [AUD]: AUDIO_SELECT_SOURCE 0
Dec 15 14:28:50 vuultimo4k user.warn kernel: [   88.221552] [AUD]: AUDIO_SET_BYPASS_MODE 1
Dec 15 14:28:50 vuultimo4k user.warn kernel: [   88.226174] [AUD]: downmix 1 state : 1

 

 

Regards



Re: Slow Boot after update to 7.2 VU+ Ultimo4K #2 ntj

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Posted 21 December 2019 - 14:32

Bump

 

 Anyone have any guess where to start looking ?

 

Since writing i have tried reflash with the image from 16 Dec and no difference.

On screen when it is "pausing" during boot i will see the "Boot screen with the build date" and the channel info in the bottom of the screen but the clock to the lower left corner is not "ticking" and the Tuner info in the lower right corner shows the correct tuner letter but in Yellow (goes green after this long "paus")

When done booting everything seems normal.

 

Anyone any input?

 

Regards



Re: Slow Boot after update to 7.2 VU+ Ultimo4K #3 WanWizard

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Posted 21 December 2019 - 15:38

It is a known issue that the VU+ drivers take ridiculously long to load and initialize, it is not limited to the Ultimo. It has already been reported twice.

 

Also, you have disk errors in your log, that probably isn't helping.


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Re: Slow Boot after update to 7.2 VU+ Ultimo4K #4 ntj

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Posted 21 December 2019 - 16:04

Hi

 

Thank you for the answer

Was the drivers updated from 7.1 to 7.2 as it was much faster booting with 7.1?

 

Will check the disk.

 

Regards



Re: Slow Boot after update to 7.2 VU+ Ultimo4K #5 greg197979

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Posted 21 December 2019 - 18:26

Hi. 

Is there any chance to find openpli 7.1 version as my duo 4k has crashed after update to 7.2.

 

Thanks



Re: Slow Boot after update to 7.2 VU+ Ultimo4K #6 betacentauri

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Posted 21 December 2019 - 18:40

Just flash 7.2 image with USB stick. Updating can make trouble.
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Re: Slow Boot after update to 7.2 VU+ Ultimo4K #7 Frenske

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Posted 1 February 2020 - 15:13

@ntj,

 

My Ultimo4K boots in less then a minute and an online flash including booting takes somewhere between 3-4 minutes max.


Mijn schotel is een T90 met 10 LNB's. Daarnaast voor de fun nog een draaibaar systeem met een Triax TD 78.

Dreamboxen heb ik niet meer. Verder nog een een VU+ duo2 met 500Gb harddisk + een VU+ Uno, Zero, Solo 4K, Ultimo 4K, Zero 4K, Uno 4Kse. + ook nog een Xtrend ET4000. Daarnaast heb ik ook nog diverse andere modellen w.o. een Formuler F4, ET8500, ET7500, Mut@nt 2400HD, Xsarius Fusion HD se en verder nog wel het e.e.a. waarmee op verzoek vanalles wordt getest. Iemand moet het tenslotte doen. ;) :)

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Re: Slow Boot after update to 7.2 VU+ Ultimo4K #8 WanWizard

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Posted 1 February 2020 - 15:14

If there is a hanging mount, the default kernel driver timeout is 120 seconds.


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Re: Slow Boot after update to 7.2 VU+ Ultimo4K #9 ntj

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Posted 1 February 2020 - 15:54

Thank you for pointing me into a new direction, i was sure it was related to tuners and drivers (or a setup fault with tuners)

I now disconnected the LAN cable from my Ultimo4k and it is now booting very fast without delay during boot. connect it again and boot is slow.

Question is why as i only using a internal HDD and only use the LAN for "update and EPG"



Re: Slow Boot after update to 7.2 VU+ Ultimo4K #10 ntj

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Posted 1 February 2020 - 16:07

Did find an old NAS mounting in the settings from way back in time (Now disabled and is booting in 40 sec.)



Re: Slow Boot after update to 7.2 VU+ Ultimo4K #11 WanWizard

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Posted 1 February 2020 - 16:15

:thumbs-up:


Currently in use: VU+Duo 4K (2xFBC S2), Amiko Viper T2C (T2), SAB Alpha Triple HD (S2+T2), Zgemma H9.2H ©, Zgemma H6 (fallback), VU+Zero (fallback)

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