Why do the lines of gcode showing in the octoprint terminal have a number that seems to be multiplied at the end?
I'm curious about what the extra numbers do and how they are derived because I think it could be a hint at an issue that I've been trying to diagnose for quite some time. The printer was misbehaving when I exported these lines, then ran the same gcode again and got a good print. Those numbers at the end of each line are different.
Compare those to the corresponding lines in the raw gcode file.
Compare again, those numbers are different here where I the printer was behaving properly.
I'm running klipper on a Ras pi 4B Rev 1.4 (8GB) on a Prusa MK3S+.
Octoprint V 1.8.6
Details on the more complex issue that I'm attempting to track down if you're curious:
My printer will randomly glitch out and print skewed shapes.
This seems to happen after either a long amount of up-time for the ras-pi, but not necessarily related to print time.
Diagonal lines for top surface infill become oval loops. Circles become ovals.
Curiously, lines that are parallel to the printer's x or y axis come out just fine.
I have ruled out all mechanical issues that could possibly cause this.
It must be in the electronic hardware, firmware, or software. One needle in 3 haystacks.
Anyway, it's just a ghost in the machine and after dozens of hours trying to diagnose, I don't expect anyone here to solve it.
So far it's impossible to reproduce intentionally and occurs rarely, so that's why I'm not providing every detail relevant to this problem.
If you have ideas despite the lack of context, I'd love to see it.