Meridian Flip failure with v2.5.0.23


#1

I am using the Direct Mount Guider and had very reliable Meridian Flips since they were fixed a few months ago.

With the new version I got two failures last night.

You can see it in these log files:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0KcEqw-v71VOVFpOWZnckVRN3c (at 11:37:39 PM)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0KcEqw-v71VQVdsVkkwdGZDVW8 (at 12:48:20 AM)

Again, this used to work until last week before I installed the new version.

Thanks
Mark


#2

@mstriebeck

I’m afraid we can’t be of much help other than to say:

  • Your flip failed because your solve failed (and we do not have access to the solve image)
  • You did not have recovery mode on so the sequence quit
  • You only have one plate solver working for you (Just ANSVR). Typically, you would use a primary solver like Pinpoint or PlateSolve2 and use ANSVR as a backup (or another popular config is to use ANSVR as your primary solver and remote Astrometry.NET as your failover… requires internet connection)

[4/6/2016 12:46:31 AM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Astrometry.NET: Sequence endpoint data: ANSVR (Local Astrometry.NET)
[4/6/2016 12:46:31 AM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Astrometry.NET convertedAstrometry.fits path: C:\Users\mstriebeck\AppData\Local\SequenceGenerator\Temp\convertedAstometry.fits
[4/6/2016 12:46:31 AM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Astrometry.NET - File is too large, resizing
[4/6/2016 12:46:32 AM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Astrometry.NET using endpoint: http://127.0.0.1:8080/api/
C:\Users\mstriebeck\AppData\Local\SequenceGenerator\Temp\convertedAstometry.fits
[4/6/2016 12:46:49 AM] [DEBUG] [Unknown] Astrometry.NET - Waiting for solve to complete
[4/6/2016 12:46:49 AM] [DEBUG] [Unknown] Astrometry.NET solve done in 17 seconds.
[4/6/2016 12:46:50 AM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Astrometry.NET - Solve Completed
[4/6/2016 12:46:50 AM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Astrometry.NET - Failed to solve image.
[4/6/2016 12:46:50 AM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Scope solve complete…


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