Corrupt Configuration File after update to v4.0.5.17

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Michel67
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Corrupt Configuration File after update to v4.0.5.17

Post by Michel67 » 12 Mar 2019 19:44

updated to the latest version. unfortunately something went wrong. I could solve it myself.
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Re: Corrupt Configuration File after update to v4.0.5.17

Post by radio42 » 13 Mar 2019 08:16

Normally this can only happen, if there was either a disk or I/O write error happening or if the GPIO client was terminated abnormally (which wouldn't happen with a regular update) - so I am more guess, that it was related to an issue in the I/O sub-system of the OS or even a hardeware issue.
Do you happen to have the corrupt GPIOClient.config file available to look at where/how it got corrupted?

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Re: Corrupt Configuration File after update to v4.0.5.17

Post by Michel67 » 13 Mar 2019 20:09

Hello, updating was normal like other times. I don't have the corrupt GPIOClient.config file because I chose YES, delete the file. After a restart everything worked fine again. I only had to enable the GPIO-Client at startup.

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