What is the problem?
Printer will randomly Pause
I have recently moved to a Pi3B with external HDD from an original PiB (one of the very first)
USB lead is the same and the old PiB which has no communication problems - I can swap it in and it works fine - it's an older install 0.13 but upgraded to I think one version behind the new one.
New Pi3B is on latest octopi image 0.15.1
What did you already try to solve it?
Clicking the Fake Ack will fix it - until the next time.
Additional information about your setup (OctoPrint version, OctoPi version, printer, firmware,
serial.log or output on terminal tab, ...)
Printer is an Anet A8 with Marlin FW 1.1.8
Send: N193805 G1 X142.313 Y116.179 E2760.2098998
Send: N193806 G1 X142.433 Y116.218 E2760.21429102
Recv: T:209.60 /210.00 B:63.06 /65.00ok
Recv: T:209.78 /210.00 B:62.91 /65.00 @:94 B@:0
Recv: T:209.78 /210.00 B:62.83 /65.00 @:95 B@:127
Recv: T:210.05 /210.00 B:62.92 /65.00 @:90 B@:127
Recv: T:210.16 /210.00 B:63.05 /65.00 @:90 B@:127
What looks to be happen is the Acknowledgement is being sent back, but is appended and concatenated in with the receipt of some temperature measurements (see 5th line) - and I think not being recognised, as if I catch this when it happens the last 3 Temp communications come in when the printer is paused - so there's at least communication back to the Pi from the printer at that time.
i've read the FAQ, tried changing a number of timeouts etc but this is still happening on the Pi3B
I've read a few threads with others having this/similar issues - the only solution I've seen is to get rid of the HDD and try SD card only and USB printer - which will be my next thing if nobody can suggest anything else.
Any help appreciated.
Edit - additional information
My old and working original PiB is using
OctoPrint 1.3.9 running on OctoPi 0.13.0
My new (problematic) Pi3B is running
Octoprint on OctoPi 0.15.1
I've just looked at the release notes for 0.15.1 that and it says it comes with OctoPrint 1.3.8 - I cannot remember upgrading or being asked to - so will check if it's a version behind the working Pi when my current print job ends.
Problematic Pi3B is running
OctoPrint 1.3.9 running on OctoPi 0.15.1
So, the printer is the same, the usb lead is the same, the OctoPrint version is the same - it's looking like I'm going to try SD card only as a previous poster tried