I let mine run overnight, looks like mine is increasing too.
Processor at a healthy level though?
Yep, I never had any issues with the CPU usage. At least not that I know of.
Every 8 - 10 hours:
[49095.771760] Out of memory: Kill process 311 (python3) score 543 or sacrifice child
[49095.783214] Killed process 311 (python3) total-vm:743120kB, anon-rss:556724kB, file-rss:0kB
Now hangs. Its not usable!
We’re working on this. We have two higher priority fixes we are working on through the weekend. We will release a hot fix for this issue as soon as we are able to focus efforts here. I can send out an update on this thread early next week.
In mean time, temporary fix was put in this post:
Sorry about this,
When new version?
Releasing fixes for critical Pi offline issues on Monday. This is next priority and we hope to hot-fix a release next week.
From My Pi B+
This pattern repeats every day at present
Will post again in morning comparison if it ‘makes it though the night’
Appreciate the screenshots here @picaxe! Helps Cayenne team troubleshoot and reproduce.
Agree you can’t beat a good graphic and some good old prt scr button, crtl C, ctrl V…
Looks like I need to set up a trigger > Max Mem = Rebbot ?
Both my Pi are crashing after 18hours at the moment so can’t be left unatended
Same here… every 12 hours in my case.
I disabled cayenne until next version because I can’t be left unatended.
We will be working on this now. Keep you updated.
Workaround for now…
I am re-booting every 12 hrs using scheduler.
Hi there. I am having the same problem, ram increasing gradually through the day, resets after a reboot. Processor and storage not affected. See pic below,
So the section that Cayenne can control is the ‘Processes’ section. Cayenne agent makes sure this percentage stays at a manageable level. The Pi itself handles the I/O Cached percentage. Rebooting the Pi will reset the I/O Cached. From what I understand, we really don’t have much control over it. Does that make sense?
Figured it out: it’s a wheezy v. jessie thing for type rpi B. Wheezy (tried version 2014-12-24) seems to manage RAM much better than Jessie (version 2016-03-18). On startup: wheezy 24% v. jessie 45% ram usage. After half hour use, ram is still at 30% while on jessie it rises above 55%. Sticking with wheezy for type B then.
I have 4 Pi set up with the RAM from each plotted into one ‘project’ so will do a fresh start and boot next week and post a few days of RAM Plots up… Watch these spaces…
This would be great. Would be helpful to show the Processes, File Buffers, I/O Cached comparison as well.