SyntaxError: Unexpected token i in JSON at position 70
I'm getting this error message suddenly.
The connection between the browser and your machine has been interrupted.
Reason: Unknown (SyntaxError: Unexpected token i in JSON at position 70)
Please reload the web interface to proceed.
I click "Upload GCode files", the selection dialogue box pops up and I get the error message.
I've restarted the printer and my browser.
I was using the machine this morning, and it started throwing this message all the time when I try to upload a new GCode file.
=== Diagnostics ===
RepRapFirmware for Duet 2 WiFi/Ethernet version 2.02(RTOS) running on Duet Ethernet 1.02 or later
Board ID: 08DGM-95BLL-N6PSS-6JKD2-3S46Q-1JSRL
Used output buffers: 3 of 20 (14 max)
=== RTOS ===
Static ram: 25524
Dynamic ram: 98264 of which 0 recycled
Exception stack ram used: 392
Never used ram: 6892
Tasks: NETWORK(ready,544) HEAT(blocked,1232) MAIN(running,3844) IDLE(ready,200)
=== Platform ===
Last reset 00:27:19 ago, cause: power up
Last software reset at 2019-11-18 11:14, reason: User, spinning module GCodes, available RAM 6956 bytes (slot 3)
Software reset code 0x0003 HFSR 0x00000000 CFSR 0x00000000 ICSR 0x0441f000 BFAR 0xe000ed38 SP 0xffffffff Task 0x4e49414d
Error status: 0
Free file entries: 10
SD card 0 detected, interface speed: 20.0MBytes/sec
SD card longest block write time: 35.1ms, max retries 0
MCU temperature: min 18.1, current 20.8, max 21.6
Supply voltage: min 12.9, current 13.1, max 13.2, under voltage events: 0, over voltage events: 0, power good: yes
Driver 0: standstill, SG min/max 0/545
Driver 1: standstill, SG min/max 0/553
Driver 2: standstill, SG min/max 0/586
Driver 3: standstill, SG min/max not available
Driver 4: standstill, SG min/max not available
Date/time: 2019-11-25 11:24:00
Cache data hit count 3746190816
Slowest loop: 235.55ms; fastest: 0.07ms
I2C nak errors 0, send timeouts 0, receive timeouts 0, finishTimeouts 0
=== Move ===
Hiccups: 0, StepErrors: 0, LaErrors: 0, FreeDm: 240, MinFreeDm: 237, MaxWait: 10802ms, Underruns: 0, 0
Scheduled moves: 4, completed moves: 4
Bed compensation in use: mesh
Bed probe heights: 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
=== Heat ===
Bed heaters = 0 -1 -1 -1, chamberHeaters = -1 -1
Heater 1 is on, I-accum = 0.0
=== GCodes ===
Segments left: 0
Stack records: 2 allocated, 0 in use
Movement lock held by null
http is idle in state(s) 0
telnet is idle in state(s) 0
file is idle in state(s) 0
serial is idle in state(s) 0
aux is idle in state(s) 0
daemon is idle in state(s) 0
queue is idle in state(s) 0
autopause is idle in state(s) 0
Code queue is empty.
=== Network ===
Slowest loop: 212.25ms; fastest: 0.02ms
Responder states: HTTP(0) HTTP(0) HTTP(0) HTTP(0) FTP(0) Telnet(0) Telnet(0)
HTTP sessions: 1 of 8
Interface state 5, link 100Mbps full duplex
alankilian last edited by alankilian
Maybe this will also help.
Error! The following JSON response could not be parsed: dwc.js:432
It happens when I click on GCode Files tab and then enter the window with my mouse.
OK, it was a badly-formed GCode file.
I used M20 to get the list of gfiles and M30 full.gcode to delete it.
It seems like this could be improved to make the parser less sensitve to badly-formed GCode files.
But anyway, I'm running again.
I think it's the "height":inf that it didn't like (sadly, JSON doesn't recognise NaN or infinite floating point values). Do you still have a copy of that GCode file? If so, please make it available to us. I've just fixed the source code to avoid generating "inf" but it would be nice to have a file to test it on.
I'm printing right now, so I'm not sure this file will cause the failure.
I can try in an hour or two.
(Yes, it's a REAL BAD FILE. I need to not go through the edit/compile/run/print steps quite so quickly. )
Yeah, bad.gcode causes the problem.
(And, PLEASE, it's a real bad file, I realize it.)
So if it's impossible to parse, it's not your problem, it's mine for creating such a monster in the first place.
Thanks. I've used that file to verify that the fix works. And it's not your problem, it mine; because one of my principles is that software should behave reasonably whatever input you throw at it. If everyone took this attitude, there would be far fewer security vulnerabilities in released software.