[Unstrung-hackers] Problem running sunshine on RPI2
marcin.aronowski at gmail.com
Thu May 11 14:22:29 EDT 2017
czw., 11 maj 2017 o 18:01 użytkownik Michael Richardson <mcr at sandelman.ca>
> Marcin Aronowski <marcin.aronowski at gmail.com> wrote:
> > 6Lowpan is working, I can communicate with the node. What I can't get
> > working is RPL. I compiled sunshine and the rest of the package and
> > I'm able to run it. Here's the log of my sunshine:
> In my recent testing on RPI, I have found the following problems:
> 1) some strange core dumps with debugging unless I set -O0.
> 2) DIS messages, and perhaps all unicast messages, are not being sent.
> I have code not yet pushed up yet.
> I have neither confirmed nor denied that this occurs with VMs.
> > default via 2001:470:614a:500::1 dev eth0 metric 1024
> > Scheduling dio in 5001 ms
> > inserting event #1 at 1494509198/866528 0
> > ip found: lo scope=0
> > The problem is that I don't see any packets being sent by RPI. Even
> > though you can see sending DIO is scheduled it's not happening.
> > \1\4p"..., 8192}], msg_controllen=0, msg_flags=0}, 0) = 72
> > write(2, "ip found: lo scope=0 address="..., 71ip found: lo
> > scope=0 address=2001:470:614a:dead:1ac0:ffee:1ac0:ffee
> > ) = 71
> > recvmsg(3, 0x7ee73334, 0) = -1 EAGAIN (Resource temporarily
> > unavailable)
> > What's ineterseting, when I try to debug sunshine with gdb I can see
> > DIO being sent ;)
> > Other problem is that sunshine is not getting any packets from
> > nodes. I can DIO/DIS packet in the tcpdump but there's anything in
> > sunshine log.
> > Any idea what can be the case here? What more info can I provide?
> You saw unicase DIS messages going out? I did not.
> I am hoping to be able to spend more time on this starting Sunday.
I saw multicast DIOs being sent but only when I use gdb to debug the
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