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Is this the correct disconnect message? #492
Changing monitoring state from 'Operational' to 'Closed'
it's the "Unexpected error while reading serial port: SerialException: 'Attempting to use a port that is not open' @ comm.py:_readline:1001" that has me wondering.
This is non-critical. Only asking because the part about it being unexpected leaves me wondering if I have my configuration set up correctly (is my firmware giving the wrong response to a disconnect? or something else?)
thanks and my apologies if this is a stupid question.
When exactly does this happen? => https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/wiki/How-to-file-a-bug-report
I'm so sorry - I thought this was just a stupid simple question... and thought you could answer without a thought. But here's the report.
1. What were you doing?
connecting and/or disconnecting
2. What did you expect to happen?
a clean informative message that tells me the connection opened or closed without throwing exceptions or expressing that an "error" occurred... but if that is expected behavior then fine - that's what I wanted to know
3. What happened instead?
see below under "contents of terminal tab" it should be self explanatory what happened.
4. Branch & Commit:
5. Link to octoprint.log on gist.github.com or pastebin.com:
let me know if you want me to run with the --debug option.
6. Contents of terminal tab:
_printer off press connect button_
_printer on and connected and operational... press disconnect_
no worries - I just wanted to know if it was worth mentioning or expected behavior. It seems it might be the cause of me having to, on occasion, hit the disconnect/connect button a few times to straighten things out and/or cycle printer power or restart the server. It's a minor inconvenience and minimal hassle more than anything.
BUT if I can provide any other help tracking it down - let me know.
One note - I'm on windows 8.1 (tablet), and doing the
in case that makes a difference.