Strange paused prints
Hi. Im having prints being paused. I dont know how and why. All I know in tha last happening of this "error" is that print was paused 2AM last night. In the console all I can see is a "print paused" message.
I have checked the gcode just in case, there is no pause command there.
What reasons could trigger a pause, and is there any way to make console messages be more detailed at least in my debugging time?
Thanks in advance
PD: Im using 3.3, SBC mode duet3 board
@tinchus Hard to say, there are several reasons why a print could be paused. You can check the DCS log (the program talking to the Duet) by running
journalctl -u duetcontrolserverin a Linux console or over SSH. That may show why the print was paused.
@chrishamm So the board can decide by itself to pause a print even is that paused is not configured by the user you mean? Wich reason could trigger a pause outside user configurations?
So the board can decide by itself to pause a print even is that paused is not configured by the user you mean?
not by design, but the log should say what reason triggered the pause ( user button in DWC, command from another channel, command in the file, etc) and then we have something to look at to determine why the pause is happening.
@tinchus The board can initiate a pause when for example heater faults, stalls (if StallGuard is configured), under-voltage events, or filament errors occur.
@chrishamm ok, I will have to wait till the next event. I can discard the heater faults because all the times this happened heaters remained on. Stallguard is not configured (it is in my wish list to configure that). Filament error: I dont have an end filament sensor so cant be the cause. This leave the undervoltage event as the posible reason for this cause.