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Debug BYE application quit mid session


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Last night I started a session around 10p that was supposed to run for about 4.5 hours. Just after midnight BYE quit.

The last 25 seconds of log file looked like this:

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2022-06-05 00:05:54,677 [25] INFO  - CameraPropertyChangedArgs fired: SensorTemperature    = '+20c'
2022-06-05 00:05:54,677 [25] INFO  - M101_LIGHT_120s_800iso_+20c_Pinwheel_ra(14.06710)_dec(54.24156)_20220605-00h03m47s155ms.CR3
2022-06-05 00:05:55,552 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:05:55,552 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:05:55,989 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:05:55,989 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:05:57,082 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:05:57,082 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:05:58,176 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:05:58,176 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:05:59,051 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:05:59,051 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:00,160 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:00,160 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:00,972 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:00,972 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:01,987 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:01,987 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:03,002 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:03,002 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:04,018 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:04,018 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:05,064 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:05,064 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:06,095 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:06,095 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:07,110 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:07,110 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:08,173 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:08,173 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:08,985 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:08,985 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:06:10,000 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:06:10,000 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)

I attached the full log file from that time. I appear to get a bunch of these Parameter=4 and Parameter=7 DEBUG events. Might this be the cause. Any thoughts?

Thank you!

logfile-[20220604-21h27m22s485]-[2648]-2022-06-05.txt

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Mystery solved. It looks like it was the Microsoft automatic Windows Update client. I changed settings to say that computer is typically in use from 6p through 8a (as opposed to "normal" business hours). I also set it to ask to do a restart after update rather than automatic.

Bummer I didn't investigate more closely earlier this month because it just happened to me again last night!

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It is probably less a cause and more an effect of something else going on. They are in the log several times throughout the session.

The following sequence is confusing. It starts with a 2 minute image at 00:01:39 and ends with the image being created at 00:01:42. I am not sure how you  could capture and download a 120 second exposure 3 seconds after you started it. I must be not understanding the log correctly. The only thing that makes sense is that it is starting the next exposure before downloading the last one. I did not know that BYE did that.

2022-06-05 00:01:39,288 [CameraTakePictureOnMessageRecieved] DEBUG - TAKE PICTURE ::: Shutter(BULB) Cable(CameraUSB) Av(Not supported) Duration(120.0) Iso(800) Quality(IMAGE_RAW) Mirror(0) SaveTo(PC)
2022-06-05 00:01:40,053 [ProcessCapture(Normal)] INFO  - Image resized to : Width 3896 Height 2596 Factor 1.60246533127889
2022-06-05 00:01:40,303 [CameraTakePictureOnMessageRecieved] INFO  - Running (throw): EDSDK.EdsSendCommand(cameraRef, 4, 65539)
2022-06-05 00:01:41,006 [ExifRead(Normal)] INFO  - C:\Users\Trevor\Pictures\BackyardTEMP\Download\IMG_0067.CR3
2022-06-05 00:01:41,006 [ExifRead(Normal)] INFO  - ExifRead C:\Users\Trevor\Pictures\BackyardTEMP\Download\IMG_0067.CR3
2022-06-05 00:01:41,022 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=0)
2022-06-05 00:01:41,022 [Main] DEBUG - ObjectEvent_VolumeInfoChanged: (inRef=104320016)
2022-06-05 00:01:41,022 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - StateEvent_JobStatusChanged Fired! (inParameter=1) (inContext=0)
2022-06-05 00:01:41,022 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - Items waiting to be transfered...
2022-06-05 00:01:41,037 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - StateEvent_BulbExposureTime Fired! (inParameter=0)
2022-06-05 00:01:41,037 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=0)
2022-06-05 00:01:41,037 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:01:41,053 [CameraTakePictureOnMessageRecieved] INFO  - Success: EDSDK.EdsSendCommand(cameraRef, 4, 65539)
2022-06-05 00:01:42,053 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=4)
2022-06-05 00:01:42,053 [OnStateEventHandler] DEBUG - OnStateEventHandler Fired! (inEvent=795), inParameter=7)
2022-06-05 00:01:42,521 [DeleteFile(Normal)] INFO  - Try delete C:\Users\Trevor\Pictures\BackyardTEMP\exif_args_83aa130f-c39a-4902-81cc-19f9c5684f54.txt
2022-06-05 00:01:42,521 [DeleteFile(Normal)] INFO  - C:\Users\Trevor\Pictures\BackyardTEMP\exif_args_83aa130f-c39a-4902-81cc-19f9c5684f54.txt DELETED!!!
2022-06-05 00:01:42,521 [ExifWrite(Normal)] INFO  - C:\Users\Trevor\Pictures\BackyardTEMP\Download\IMG_0067.CR3
2022-06-05 00:01:42,521 [ExifWrite(Normal)] INFO  - Skip exif write due to user configured setting
2022-06-05 00:01:42,537 [MoveFile(Normal)] INFO  - Attempting to move file...
2022-06-05 00:01:42,537 [MoveFile(Normal)] INFO  - move: C:\Users\Trevor\Pictures\BackyardTEMP\Download\IMG_0067.CR3
2022-06-05 00:01:42,537 [MoveFile(Normal)] INFO  -   to: C:\Users\Trevor\Pictures\BackyardEOS\M101_LIGHT_120s_800iso_+20c_Pinwheel_ra(14.06710)_dec(54.24156)_20220604-23h59m35s017ms.CR3
2022-06-05 00:01:42,537 [MoveFile(Normal)] INFO  - Try move C:\Users\Trevor\Pictures\BackyardTEMP\Download\IMG_0067.CR3
2022-06-05 00:01:42,537 [MoveFile(Normal)] INFO  - moved to C:\Users\Trevor\Pictures\BackyardEOS\M101_LIGHT_120s_800iso_+20c_Pinwheel_ra(14.06710)_dec(54.24156)_20220604-23h59m35s017ms.CR3
2022-06-05 00:01:42,537 [29] INFO  - CameraPropertyChangedArgs fired: SensorTemperature    = '+20c'
2022-06-05 00:01:42,537 [29] INFO  - M101_LIGHT_120s_800iso_+20c_Pinwheel_ra(14.06710)_dec(54.24156)_20220604-23h59m35s017ms.CR3

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So any thoughts on how to troubleshoot an unexpected BYE quit?

Looking at the photo files generated, I see one timestamped 00h03m47s and one timestamped 00h01m41s, so the files are getting generated properly.

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1 hour ago, astroman133 said:

The only things that I could suggest are to look at the tail end of the log file from the crashed session. There may also be some information in the Windows Event Log.

Thanks. The log file lines I posted were the tail end of the BYE log file. However, I'll track down the Windows Event Log.

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7 hours ago, Tbar23 said:

Mystery solved. It looks like it was the Microsoft automatic Windows Update client. I changed settings to say that computer is typically in use from 6p through 8a (as opposed to "normal" business hours). I also set it to ask to do a restart after update rather than automatic.

Bummer I didn't investigate more closely earlier this month because it just happened to me again last night!

Glad you solved it.

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