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    Question dump1090 seems to go to sleep?

    Hi. I have a Raspberry Pi running dump1090. Sometimes it appears that dump1090 goes to sleep. I can still ping and SSH in to my Pi, but the map will not load in the browser and the feeder activity goes down. But as I mentioned, the Pi is still fully accessible over the network. A restart is a fix, but it's such a pain having to monitor it all the time. As you can see in the photo, Monday Tuesday and Wednesday morning, the feeder appears to be down. Any ideas?image.jpg thank you.

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    No ext power? The USB stick will go offline if not enough juice. Needing restart

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oblivian View Post
    No ext power? The USB stick will go offline if not enough juice. Needing restart

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    Thanks for the reply. No, it's just being powered from the Pi. I'm using a 5v, 1.2A power supply. Is that not enough? Thanks again 👍

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    I have these dips to, but just once a day, for an hour or more, and even not every day. I've had it connected to a 2 amp adapter, which should be sufficient. Only thing connected is a USB to ethernet adpter and DVB-T stick. I think the Pi's circuit should be able to handle just that troughput..

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    I seem to have solved my issue by using a 5V 2AMP power supply, while before I was only using 1.2V.

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