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sbrio-9607

Hello,

 

I'm not sure if this topic belongs but if not perhaps an admin can move to more appropriate section.

 

I'm learning the sbrio-9607 and am curious if anyone has experienced the 9607 freezing up when too much data is stored? I'm having this issue and we are having to re-boot the rio each time. Is there a way to setup a schedule if you will to drop/purge data or set up a first in/last out to keep the data size reduced?

 

Thanks in advance for you assistance.

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Hi DJE,

 


@DJEtech wrote:

I'm learning the sbrio-9607 and am curious if anyone has experienced the 9607 freezing up when too much data is stored? I'm having this issue and we are having to re-boot the rio each time. Is there a way to setup a schedule if you will to drop/purge data or set up a first in/last out to keep the data size reduced?


It seems you don't handle the sbRIO like it should be handled…

 

The sbRIO is a realtime target and should be programmed with "realtime" behaviour in mind!

One of those is to initialize memory allocations at application start and not to increase the allocated memory over time in a realtime software: each memory allocation will hurt the realtime behaviour of your application!

 

So when your application collects data in ever-growing arrays then it is programmed against basic "realtime" software recommendations…

Best regards,
GerdW


using LV2016/2019/2021 on Win10/11+cRIO, TestStand2016/2019
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Thank you! I'll look into the settings.

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