When printing with Octopi it will fail for essentially any print longer than 5 hours.
I have an Anycubic Chiron running stock 1.3 firmware. Every print I have tried to run over night has failed. I wake up to the printer being stationary, still heated, and will an serial port error.
"Communication timeout while printing, trying to trigger response from printer. Configure long running commands or increase communication timeout if that happens regularly on specific commands or long moves."
I have ensured that the printer cable is good. It has a ferrite choke. I dont run the cord along any steppers or the power supply and this just keeps happening.
It is to the point where I just print from the SD card whenever I have a large print, which is kind of demoralizing with all the effort I spent to setup Octoprint.
I am running OctoPrint 1.4.0 running on OctoPi 0.17.0, the server connects to the printer no problem. I am using a Rasberry Pi 4b from a Cano kit, so I know the power supply is solid. I do not have a camera connected to the Pi and have no other services running on it.
I have tried replacing the USB cable and running in safe mode, it makes no difference
I have attached 2 logs. The first (octoprint(1)) occurred when monitoring the print while running from the SD.
The second happened when printing from Octoprint directly.