will do... and just let me know any other file(and their location) that might be interesting
What certainly strikes me as odd is that:
2019-05-15 10:43:36,083 > /usr/include/arm-linux-gnueabihf/bits/sigset.h:21:1: error: invalid suffix "ypudef" on integer constant 2019-05-15 10:43:36,084 > 4ypudef int __sig_atomib_t; 2019-05-15 10:43:36,084 > ^~~~~~~
Looks like garbage in the
sigset.h file causing the compilation error. Here the lines reads like this:
typedef int __sig_atomic_t;
Ever removed power in the past, ran into undervoltage issues or might the SD card or its filesystem become a bit old?
nope.... power is hardwired in from 5VSB line on an ATX psu
pi works fine.... i still have access to it and i have 2 samba shares that i can access
also i did a reboot just before i tried the update and octoprint came up fine
the pip install --force-reinstall https://get.octoprint.org/latest gave a lot of output... how do i capture that to a file so its more easy to attach?
(oprint) pi@octopi:~ $ pip install --force-reinstall https://get.octoprint.org/latest > ~/.octoprint/logs/octoprint_install_manual.log Failed building wheel for netifaces Failed building wheel for psutil Command "/home/pi/oprint/bin/python2 -u -c "import setuptools, tokenize;__file__='/tmp/pip-build-1WFcOS/netifaces/setup.py';f=getattr(tokenize, 'open', open)(__file__);code=f.read().replace('\r\n', '\n');f.close();exec(compile(code, __file__, 'exec'))" install --record /tmp/pip-DK8C0Y-record/install-record.txt --single-version-externally-managed --compile --install-headers /home/pi/oprint/include/site/python2.7/netifaces" failed with error code 1 in /tmp/pip-build-1WFcOS/netifaces/ You are using pip version 9.0.3, however version 19.1.1 is available. You should consider upgrading via the 'pip install --upgrade pip' command. (oprint) pi@octopi:~ $
octoprint_install_manual.log (47.1 KB)
Apparently it doesn't work as fine as you think it does, otherwise a somewhat important header file wouldn't say
4ypudef where it should say
typedef. Or at least that's what your update log claims to be the case here. You can check
/usr/include/arm-linux-gnueabihf/bits/sigset.h yourself, issue should be visible on line 21.
And a 5VSB line on an ATX psu doesn't automatically mean "it never lost power without prior shutdown before" either.
So, based on your recent log:
/usr/include/arm-linux-gnueabihf/bits/sigset.h:22:1: error: invalid suffix "ypudef" on integer constant 4ypudef int"__sig_atomib_t; ^~~~~~~
your header files are corrupt. There's even an
" now that doesn't belong. That's not an OctoPrint issue, that's an issue with something on your file system being corrupted or slowly dying for whatever reason. One possible reason is a past powerloss, another is the SD card dying, and there are a multitude of others.
I suggest you make a manual backup, get yourself a new SD card and reimage. If random header files contain bits and bytes they shouldn't, god knows what else is corrupt on that card.
are there ways i can temp fix things without re-image?
i need to get a sd-card reader as i have packed away the only laptop that has one (but it does not have a keyboard or trackpad)
I don't know. If it's only that file, yeah, sure, fix it.
It should be this, but better do a diff: Wrong file I think. Seems to be part of libc6-dev, so maybe try
apt install --reinstall libc6-dev.
But as I said, it's very likely that this isn't the only things that's corrupt on this image, only the first thing that you ran into, so I can't tell you if that will lead to success or just make you run head first into the next wall.
for sure i need to re-image
but if i can keep it going for 2 weeks more i will just buy a sd card reader and a new sd card and be done with it
time will tell
sudo apt-get install --reinstall libc6-dev and then
sudo service octoprint stop
pip install --force-reinstall https://get.octoprint.org/latest
octoprint serve --safe
but yes i'm now in "limb" mode
I ended up just reinstalling my SD card, however I did include the tail of octoprint.log and the update log in the opening post. I saw no errors or anything in them, but now they are lost to the nether.
The card was initially updated from a fresh install - I had literally installed it two nights before the update and never got to use it, so it was an entirely fresh install of octopi with no modifications/updates/etc.
Nothing was run as sudo unless noted, I'm pretty picky about running things as sudo. Perms also looked ok as everything was owned by pi/pi but i ran the chown command to ensure this just to be sure, and it made no difference.
I have not yet updated my reinstall.
I wanted to highlight this.
You didn't get an error about urllib, you got a warning about urllib. It's a fairly strong and serious-looking warning, but .. it's just a warning.
More detail: the boto3 and requests peeps haven't blessed urllib's 1.25.x stuff yet, so the warning says to narrow the requirements to
urllib3<1.25,>=1.20. It's a little excessive to do that everywhere.
requests also wants
chardet to be narrowly specified.
It's difficult for characters in the middle of a text file to get corrupt like this. I would suggest that power-cycling the Raspberry Pi during an upgrade would result in perhaps several related truncated and corrupted text files. Their endings would be trashed rather than the middle.
ext4 is a journaling file system with checksums. Even if the Raspberry Pi's 5V dropped down to something too low to write to the microSD, it should at least throw a kernel error. (Looking for undervoltage in a case like this is probably a good way of preventing future problems on the same rig.) I would guess that delayed allocation couldn't be blamed here (again, it would be an ending problem). Check
/var/log/kern.log, probably looking for the word
My gut's telling me that this is a network problem during some update/upgrade step which faithfully wrote in-transit corrupted data. But you'd think
tcp would prevent that. Apologies, but this sort of thing really shouldn't happen at all.
There's an expression, "one bad apple spoils the whole bushel". If I saw a single corrupted system text file like this, I would start over from scratch. Whatever conditions allowed this corruption in the past likely could have spilled over to other files so it's effectively a ticking time bomb waiting to go off in the future. It's not worth risking your print job(s) to this.
There's definitely a "is it work fixing or just replacing" thing here.
I thought it was "one bad Lisa almost spoils the Apple"?
You can try this:
nano ~/OctoPrint/venv/bin/octoprint Change, if necessary, 1.3.10 to 1.3.11 pip uninstall urllib3 pip install -I urllib3==1.24.3 sudo reboot
edited to remove the scary-looking URL. Again, I repeat myself: the urllib3 version message is a warning, not an error. It's not the cause of "breaking" Octoprint.
It was just a direct link to official website. I don't know why, but in my case "==1.24.3" construction doesn't work.
I did not think about errors or warnings. I just ran this, got errors and made changes to make it work:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/opi/OctoPrint/venv/bin/octoprint", line 6, in <module> from pkg_resources import load_entry_point File "/home/opi/OctoPrint/venv/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pkg_resources/__init__.py", line 3019, in <module> @_call_aside File "/home/opi/OctoPrint/venv/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pkg_resources/__init__.py", line 3003, in _call_aside f(*args, **kwargs) File "/home/opi/OctoPrint/venv/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pkg_resources/__init__.py", line 3032, in _initialize_master_working_set working_set = WorkingSet._build_master() File "/home/opi/OctoPrint/venv/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pkg_resources/__init__.py", line 657, in _build_master return cls._build_from_requirements(__requires__) File "/home/opi/OctoPrint/venv/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pkg_resources/__init__.py", line 670, in _build_from_requirements dists = ws.resolve(reqs, Environment()) File "/home/opi/OctoPrint/venv/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pkg_resources/__init__.py", line 854, in resolve raise VersionConflict(dist, req).with_context(dependent_req) pkg_resources.ContextualVersionConflict: (urllib3 1.25 (/home/opi/.local/lib/python2.7/site-packages), Requirement.parse('urllib3<1.25,>=1.21.1'), set(['requests']))
Ok, I thought because the installer exited here.
I can not reproduce it any more. I have installed Octoprint on the same OS, after cleaning the Octoprint folders and reinstalled urllib3, and at now everything works fine even with the restored backup. If I uninstall urllib3 the octoprint installer install it again and works fine.
If it's any consolation, I just fired up my printer having returned from working away for the last 2 weeks and it all started up fine. There was a nag box on Octoprint telling me an update was available so I installed it, or at least attempted to. It killed it. I've just downloaded the latest version from Octoprint and installed on a spare SD card. It's all working fine again now but there's something in that update that seems to corrupt the install. My Pi was running a pure Octoprint image, nothing else, no plug-ins etc. It could do with fixing or at lease withdrawing until it gets fixed. I'm not sure what it give that the old version didn't but it's not worth the hassle until it's fixed.