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EMC: 03micges 07master * r2cadc2ae2f1b 10/src/emc/task/emctaskmain.cc: Allow Adaptive Feed enable/disable to be set from GUI
EMC: 03micges 07master * r83b82c578c57 10/src/emc/task/emctaskmain.cc: Allow Adaptive Feed switching by GUI also in MDI mode
I know that it is unwise but can we introduce some ini file option that inhibit showing 'Unexpected realtime delay' and others? It have huge meaning on stepper systems but on servo or with mesa it hasn't
I'm against it.
whatever period you've set, if rtai isn't delivering it then you have a misconfiguration
I'm suspicious that there's a bug that causes one erroneous report at startup (sometimes)
but I agree, I wouldn't remove it
on servo systems I have only servo-thread at default settings, and it shows up(not at startup)
then you have an intermittent timing problem
if you feel comfortable using broken systems then feel free to make such a modification in the version you install on your customers' systems.
once that error started showing after 6 months of 24h/7 work..
I don't feel comfortable with this
Intel processors use SMI and board-level techniques to manage thermal load by throttling CPU activity. Perhaps a fan has failed in this system after 6 months.
but if my machines passes latency test and this alert is showing after few months something is wrong
jepler: ok thanks for clue
I have never seen this message on either of my servo machines
I have this message after some time, on two servo machines
alex_joni: did you see my note about halui overwriting (or blocking) NML messages passing?
cradek: I remember that some of them (at startup) are false, but noone tracked/debbuged some more info
I have never seen one that I consider false. Without more evidence I suspect SWPadnos is mistaken about that.
cradek: how many running machines with emc do you have ?
1 stepper, 2 servo
different pc architectures>?
they are all i386 architecture
one PIII, two P4 I think
good night all
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