Interrupt configuration was needed
#define MY_RFM69_IRQ_PIN 21
#define MY_RFM69_IRQ_NUM 2
Did not work with PIN D2
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I hope the Pi gateway ist more stable than the ESP gateways . It will be a lot of work to move alle sensors to the new RFM69 driver
the problem was instantaneous. Power supply, ESp hardware, antenna I have renewed. All nodes ( which were possible ) rebooted. What helped was to reduce the traffic to the gate. The reboots are less but not gone.
Meanwhile I tried the ESP32 instead of the ESP8266 ( big crap ), then a gateway with a Raspberry Pi ( I didn't think it through, only a new RFm 69 driver and the Radio ID I can't set )
I think the project is really great, I have almost 60 Mysensors devices in use. The sensors work fine in almost every vesrion.
A real problem is the stability of the ESP8266 Gateway. I started with NFR24, the range was too bad. Now RFM 69 range is great. I have two gateways in use. The problems with the gateway are real ... Bu..Sh.t.
My controller runs on a VM so only LAN gateways work. Arduino and RFM69 with ethernet does not work with Soft Spi.Raspberry only new RFM69 driver.
This leaves only ESP8266 and RFM69 ...
Lets see what is comming up next.
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I don't have a solution yet. It's almost impossible to shut down all my sensors. What I can say for sure is that there is a lot of traffic on the gateway.
My solution is to redesign the entire environment. I have built a gateway with a Raspberry Pi 3B and RFM69 (new driver) and I am moving the most important devices first. I adapted the code (new rfm69 driver and less traffic).
During the last days I have done traffic test with very high load on the Pi, very stable.
The first 15 devices are running on the new gateway today. So far very good.
On the old gateway the error is still present without the 15 devices.
I am curious with which device is disconnected from the ESP gateway the error will go.
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I have installed 2 new Gateway with a Raspberry Pi and RFM69. During the last days I have moved one device after the other to the new gateways. Of course I have adapted all devices with a new firmware. The two old ESP8266 gateways were in monitoring,. What I noticed was that the less devices and less traffic, the less reboots could be detected, regardless of the Mysensor version started at 1.5 to 2.32. . The new RPi gateways are running very cool so far. The best thing is that you can monitor everything, traffic to the LAN and traffic to the RFM69.
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