After upgrading to the last release, I've been having a lot of print errors were the octoprint just get the printer halted. The first error the software suggested to disable something on the settings, can't really remember what, but I did it. It was because according to octoprint the piece that was about to be printed was too big (it was a 15mm spur gear, 14mm tall, so obviously not that big). Then after uploading some files, when loading them, I just couldn't see them on the gcode viewer, I had to either load another file until at some point I could see the loaded file in the viewer. Now it's easy to just reload the page in the browser to see the file loaded in the viewer. But that's not all, whenever I send the file to print, at some point it just stops showing an error about mintemp, but as mention before the last 3 times it happened while I was looking at the printer's lcd and the temps were stable (210 / 65). Before this last release I never had this problem, actually no problem at all with octoprint and I haven't change any hardware at all, same RPI 3B+, same 3Dprinter (AnetA8), same slicing program (Cura 14.07 that came with the printer), I haven't even updated Cura.
I tried with another slicing software Ultimaker Cura 5.0.0 but the problem remained. I tried to downgrade to version 1.8.0 but can't ssh to the raspberry cause I can't remember my password, so no luck there.
Same thing ....
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octoprint 1.9.0, octopi 0.18.0, printer Anet A8, Marlin 184.108.40.206, Chrome, Win10 Pro 64 22H2, PC (i7, 32GB) connected by wire to router, Raspberry 3B+ connected via wifi.