Unrelated to this issue, and OctoPrint has a plugin manager so you don't need to run any commands.
I ran the script and updated using an SSH login from my mac. But when I reboot the server It still says I am running python2 and receive this message.
Sorry for being a total noob. Where exactly does one enter the two script commands? I entered them in the terminal tab of octoprint, but got this error:
Send: curl -L https://get.octoprint.org/py3/upgrade.py --output upgrade.py
Recv: echo:Unknown command: "curl -L https://get.octoprint.org/py3/upgrade.py --output upgrade.py"
I'm running OctoPrint 1.7.2, Python 2.7.16, OctoPi 0.17.0
Where can I find the venv path the script is asking for?
This is where you installed OctoPrint. You would have set that when you set it up. It is often something like
/home/pi/OctoPrint/venv, which is recommended in the RPi install path. But we can't really help if you don't know where you put it.
If you are using OctoPi then it should detect it automatically.
I am executing the Python upgrade and I encounter errors. After the upgrade completes and octoprint is restarted it exits. I don't see any errors/reason in the logs. When I manually execute 'octoprint serve', this command exits with Illegal Instruction. The last thing I see in the octoprint log is:
2022-01-02 10:28:27,864 - octoprint.plugin.core - INFO - Found 19 plugin(s) providing 19 mixin implementations, 43 hook handlers
Hardware: Raspberry Pi Model B Rev 2
OS: Linux raspberrypi 5.10.63+ #1496 Wed Dec 1 15:57:05 GMT 2021 armv6l GNU/Linux
Octoprint Version: 1.7.2
Python Version: 3.7.3
Looking for recommendations on how to proceed. Thanks!
That's interesting - illegal instruction is something we've sometimes seen on a corrupted install. It could be that something in the upgrade went wrong, in which case maybe try again - the backup of the old environment is stored as well.
Run the following switch back the environments (assuming this is an OctoPi install):
cd ~ mv oprint oprint-failed mv oprint.bak oprint sudo service octoprint
Remove pip's cache:
rm -rf ~/.cache/pip
Then try the update again.
Reattempted thpgrade per the steps provided. I saw this error in the upgrade log:
Reading installed plugins... Exception in thread zeroconf-Reaper (most likely raised during interpreter shutdown): Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 801, in __bootstrap_inner File "/home/pi/virtualenv/OctoPrint/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/octoprint/vendor/zeroconf.py", line 1234, in run File "/home/pi/virtualenv/OctoPrint/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/octoprint/vendor/zeroconf.py", line 1823, in wait File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 289, in __exit__ File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 216, in __exit__ File "/usr/lib/python2.7/threading.py", line 203, in release <type 'exceptions.TypeError'>: 'NoneType' object is not callable
The upgrade script is continued but failed again in the same way. Anything else I should try?
For what it is worth, I attempted a manual install into a new Python3 virtual environment and saw the same behavior of the Illegal Instruction when starting up.
It seems like something in the Python environment has broken itself - I'm not sure how to fix it. It might be easier for you to take a backup and install OctoPi 0.18, which comes with Python 3 by default, as described in the main FAQ post: Upgrading your OctoPrint install to Python 3
I looked at the logs more today and noticed this in the logs from the attempt of manually running the upgrade steps. Could these warnings cause the "Invalid Instruction" to be encountered?
2022-01-03 09:16:27,092 - octoprint.plugin.core - WARNING - Invalid version requirement >=0.1.1,<=0.2.8 for blacklist entry GcodeEditor, ignoring 2022-01-03 09:16:27,097 - octoprint.plugin.core - WARNING - Invalid version requirement >=0.1.0,<=0.1.1 for blacklist entry gcodeleveling, ignoring
No, that was a mistake on our part in OctoPrint 1.7.x, it's fixed for 1.8.x (whenever that is released). I think that warning will be showing up in everyone's log files...
Illegal instruction is a lot more low-level. It's saying something that Python asked the computer to do was invalid - most Python code never gets that far. It is more common to happen if you try and run code not compiled for your machine, on it. Like running x86 code on a RPi (ARMv7), it will fail.
Yes, I was wondering if the install pulled in an incorrect architecture of a binary. I am using older hardware.
Thank you for mentioning this... I had started mucking through all the update stuff, then saw this... saved me a bunch of time and head-banging.
You're most welcome!
I resolved the issue I described above by downloading Python 3.10.1, installing dependencies, and compiling the source. I then installed OctoPrint into a new Python3 virtual environment and everything seems to work ask expected.
Hi, I had the same problem. It has turned out to be a problem with psutil 5.9. I have downgraded it to 5.8 and everything seems to work fine now.
- Run the python 2->3 upgrade script:
- Activate the new environment:
- Downgrade psutil:
pip install psutil==5.8
- Restart Octoprint:
sudo systemctl restart octoprint