Clock hangs after 25 days

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2 years 4 months ago #8182 by Stackerlee
Hello
I have one clock (V49) which has frozen after around 50 days. Can't say the exact number of days but it's close to 50. It's done it twice now (in about 100 days), so there seems to be a pattern.
After a restart it's ok again.

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2 years 4 months ago #8234 by Ian
Replied by Ian on topic Clock hangs after 25 days
Hmm, I don't know how that could be. Things in V49 are done in a totally different way, and there should be no effect on rollover. Let me break out the instrumented version of the code again and have another look at it.

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2 years 1 month ago #8605 by Stackerlee
This happened again with latest firmware MCU and ESP8266.
The clock looks like this:
streamable.com/ru4xt
This is after 51 days.
So something is still wrong.
After a reboot all is fine again.

Regards, David

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2 years 3 weeks ago #8627 by Ian
Replied by Ian on topic Clock hangs after 25 days
Wow, trickiest bug ever... I'm starting to take it personally.

By the way, want to say how you made those separators? They look like fuse cases, but I can't really work out what is in them.

Regards

Ian

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2 years 3 weeks ago #8631 by Stackerlee
Yes, sorry about that...
The time and date displayed are correct whe first shown but it doesn't advance as you can see.

The fuse-looking separators are IN-24. When driven by DC only one half light up, when driven by AC the two halves alternate.
https://ibb.co/e7k9Dn

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2 years 1 week ago #8665 by Stackerlee
Here is an example of yet another one.
Uptime: 48 days, 11 hours when video was shot.
You can see it here in relation to another one (working fine).
Interesting behaviour...

streamable.com/acd0e

I see new code for ATMEGA328 and ESP8266 are avaliable.
It seems to work fine with both RTC and ESP8266 in parallell.
Care to elaborate on the changes made and the relation between RTC and WiFi module?

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