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fhernand
@fhernand
ok, right, I will check that
d-anders
@d-anders
i ran mine using a cheap bench supply, but it was unstable
fhernand
@fhernand
ok, updated esp8266, arduinoWebsockes and using a stable power supply now. It does not crash anymore. Thanks guys!
fhernand
@fhernand

LmacRxBlk:1 happens sometimes. I implemented the solution to #50, but it still occurs. Excerpt from debug output:
[WS][0][sendFrame] ------- send massage frame -------
[WS][0][sendFrame] fin: 1 opCode: 1 mask: 1 length: 4
[WS][0][sendFrame] text: Test
:wr

:rch 24, 6

LmacRxBlk:1
LmacRxBlk:1
LmacRxBlk:1
:er -8 6 1

Markus
@Links2004
yes thats the overload i write over. you send every loop a message, this message get echoed by the server and then goes to the event handler, there is it send back again, in the next loop you send a new message and you resive 2 new, this goes strait to over load. remove the echo in the event or send only one.
d-anders
@d-anders
or add a delay after sending
Markus
@Links2004
then the RX also is blocked
d-anders
@d-anders
oh, i thought delay was non-blocking on esp8266
Markus
@Links2004
its block the arduino task
and there the websocket is handled
d-anders
@d-anders
watching an updating graph of my water getting called server over websockets - exciting stuff!
probonopd
@probonopd
d-anders, how is WebSockets performance compared to HTTP POST requests?
d-anders
@d-anders
havent tried using post or get
at the moment it is just updating every 2 seconds or so (using ds18b20)
for high freq stuff ws should be good though. no need to reestablish connection and no polling
d-anders
@d-anders
with a quick sensor (or what you are getting data from) i guess you could easily do 100hz or so, but maybe @Links2004 knows?
probonopd
@probonopd
i am trying to write a wifi-to-infrared remote control system and http seems too slow on the esp
it's not nice to wait for 2 secs after you have pressed a key
;)
d-anders
@d-anders
websockets uste http as well
but keeps connection open
if you don't need to use a webinterface i guess you should go with raw tcp
probonopd
@probonopd
yes, i wonder how much that improves things
d-anders
@d-anders
a lot i guess
probonopd
@probonopd
well i want a web interface for the remote control buttons
d-anders
@d-anders
links websocket lib has worked perfectly for me
probonopd
@probonopd
raw tcp is almost instant, i am using that too
only issue, the android devices i am targeting won't do websockets without additional software
d-anders
@d-anders
?
sounds strange, old android?
i think newer android has websocket support in the browser
probonopd
@probonopd
yes i am running android 2.3 and android 4
d-anders
@d-anders
wow, 2.3 :)
probonopd
@probonopd
embedded device, no chance to update
d-anders
@d-anders
hm, if no websockets you have a slight problem
i guess you cant install any plugins either
probonopd
@probonopd
i tink i could write a wrapper app
once i have time ;-)
d-anders
@d-anders
what is it that you are trying to do?
probonopd
@probonopd
on the tablet, have a html interface with buttons
when a button is touched, send a command to the esp
the esp will convert the command to an infrared remote signal
and switch channels on a tv, for example
ideally without much lag
d-anders
@d-anders
ahhh, nice
probonopd
@probonopd
actually the ui part hooks into a server
full of remote control codes
d-anders
@d-anders
maybe skip the html
probonopd
@probonopd
d-anders
@d-anders
and do a java app on the tablet