Rasberry PI 3 supported?

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jon
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Rasberry PI 3 supported?

Post by jon » 02 Mar 2016 14:30

Does anyone know if RazBerry works with Rasberry PI 3?

Moderator Remark: There was a conflict with Wifi/Blue tooth. Here is a workaround that "solves" the problem for the moment by disabling BT.

diemue
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Re: Rasberry PI 3 supported?

Post by diemue » 03 Mar 2016 12:40

The Rasberry PI 3 does not recognise the RazBerry Board; I get an error message "Error handling data from server
" in the expert UI; Jessie with all updates, latest firmware 4.1.18 and zway server 2.2.1; when i change back to RPI 2 all works

Gr33nG081
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Re: Rasberry PI 3 supported?

Post by Gr33nG081 » 04 Mar 2016 18:18

I have the same issue as diemue describes. My linux knowledge is minimal and therefore it's not an easy job to try and understand what is giving the problem here. So if anyone can help out, that would be great!

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pi@raspberry_pi3_openhab:~ $ tail -f /var/log/z-way-server.log
[2016-03-04 14:10:13.431] [D] [zway] Worker thread entry point
[2016-03-04 14:10:13.432] [I] [zway] Adding job: Get controller info and supported function classes
[2016-03-04 14:10:13.441] [D] [zway] SENDING: ( 01 03 00 07 FB )
[2016-03-04 14:10:13.441] [C] [i/o] Serial port write error: (null)
[2016-03-04 14:10:13.441] [E] [zway] Failed to send packet: (null)
[2016-03-04 14:10:13.441] [D] [zway] Worker thread exit point
[2016-03-04 14:10:13.442] [D] [zway] Worker thread successfully finished
[2016-03-04 14:10:13.442] [E] [zway] SaveData will not save data since it wasn't loaded. This is to prevent data loss.
[2016-03-04 14:10:13.442] [C] [zway] Get Serial API Capabilities returned zero.
[2016-03-04 14:10:13.460] [I] [core] Notification: critical (z-wave): Cannot start Z-Wave binding: Error: Bad data - communication failed

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pi@raspberry_pi3_openhab:/opt/z-way-server $ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=./libs ./z-way-server
Z-Way version v2.2.1 from 2016-02-18 17:41:33 +0300 (build a52a38822b6872f5b9fab0903b30ab65a2c70605)
Looking for modules in ./modules
Module modinstaller.so loaded
Module modhomekit.so loaded
Module modzbw.so loaded
Module modenocean.so loaded
Module modhttp.so loaded
Module modws.so loaded
Module modcrypto.so loaded
Module modnotification2ext.so loaded
Module moddhs.so loaded
Module modsockets.so loaded
Module modzwave.so loaded
Using default configuration file config.xml
Error: 'debug-port' number is out of range. Skipping it.
Failed to open log file: 13
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.115] [I] [core] Executing script: /*** Z-Way Home Automation Engine main executable ***************************** ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.117] [I] [core] Executing script: // Comon utilities and functions ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.122] [I] [core] Executing script: // This script transforms old formats to new ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.152] [I] [core] Executing script: /*! ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.174] [I] [core] Executing script: //     Underscore.js 1.7.0 ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.199] [I] [core] Executing script: /*! ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.211] [I] [core] Executing script: /*** Z-Way HA Virtual Device base class *************************************** ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.214] [I] [core] Executing script: /*** Z-Way DevicesCollection class ************************************ ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.235] [I] [core] Executing script: /*** Z-Way HA Controller class module ***************************************** ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.239] [I] [core] Executing script: /*** Automation Webserver Auth Controller ************************************* ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.241] [I] [core] Executing script: /*** Z-Way HA Automation module base class ************************************ ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.242] [I] [core] Executing script:  ...
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.251] [E] [core] result: Error: Error: Cannot set port to 8083: Cannot bind to port
    at Error (native)
    at automation/Webserver.js:4:6
    at automation/main.js:72:5
[2016-03-04 15:57:49.253] [E] [core] result: Error: Error: Uncaught Error: Cannot set port to 8083: Cannot bind to port
    at Error (native)
    at automation/main.js:72:5

pz1
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Re: Rasberry PI 3 supported?

Post by pz1 » 04 Mar 2016 19:06

IIRC it did not work on the first Pi 2 devices either.
I did notice that this Pi 3 can get rather hot. So heatsinks seem to be a must on this new rig

diemue
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Re: Rasberry PI 3 supported?

Post by diemue » 06 Mar 2016 10:37

The problem seems to be, that WiFi/Bluetooth on the Pi3 uses the same ttyAMA0 UART as the razberry

dmarell
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Re: Rasberry PI 3 supported?

Post by dmarell » 06 Mar 2016 11:52

I see the same problem. I have a fresh installation on a Raspberry Pi 3 with RaZberry v2.2.1:

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$ tail /var/log/z-way-server.log
...
[2016-03-06 09:27:37.700] [I] [core] Notification: critical (z-wave): Cannot start Z-Wave binding: Error: Bad data - communication failed
This RaZberry is working fine on a Raspberry Pi 2 model B.

pz1
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Re: Rasberry PI 3 supported?

Post by pz1 » 06 Mar 2016 12:41

diemue wrote:The problem seems to be, that WiFi/Bluetooth on the Pi3 uses the same ttyAMA0 UART as the razberry
I did submit Issue #330 on Github.

rabing
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Re: Rasberry PI 3 supported?

Post by rabing » 07 Mar 2016 17:05

Goto "raspi-config" -> 8. "Advanced Options" -> "Device Tree"
and disable "device tree". reboot and the raspi-3 works like an old
raspi. you loose wifi and bluetooth... but at least z-way works again.

pz1
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Re: Rasberry PI 3 supported?

Post by pz1 » 07 Mar 2016 17:24

rabing wrote: you loose wifi and bluetooth... but at least z-way works again.
@rabing, Thanks for this information.
Some blogs argue wifi and bluetooth are the only reasons to move to R3. Performance gain would not be crucial for applications like ZWay.
So I am curious for your experiences with R3 w.r.t Z-Way in the coming days.

chatchat
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Re: Rasberry PI 3 supported?

Post by chatchat » 07 Mar 2016 17:31

Hello,

Do you plan to update "drivers" to work with Raspberry Pi 3, or do i need to resell my Razberry and choose an USB key ?
Thanks.

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