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2 seperate monitors on one low cost ARM box?
I've been running the ARM build for about a month now, I'd been using it to try to isolate issues between my Wifi and my ISP.
I'm running outagesio on tinkeros (Debian) on an Asus tinkerboard which is connected to my network over WiFi. This is in addition to a monitor running in a VM on a wired connection.
What is your ARM platform on which you are running OutagesIO? Is anybody running 2 monitors on the same host, one over wifi and one over the wired NIC?
I was looking through Aliexpress and think it should be possible to run 2 monitors on an embedded board that costs $10 or less delivered.
What is your ARM platform on which you are running OutagesIO? Is anybody running 2 monitors on the same host
one over wifi and one over the wired NIC?
I believe you are the first person to try the ARM version so I cannot speak for Pi devices or how you might be able to segregate two or more environments on it. What I can tell you is that you definitely can run two instances of OTM on a device but a second would have to be in its own separate environment otherwise, it would try to use the default network.
Meaning, if you can have a second instance, not a vm but something else, and if that instance had its own network (wired or wireless) and you started another copy of OTM in that instance, it should work.
Be aware however that this is not something we've tested and therefore, I cannot tell you how well it would work. We also witnessed that vms don't always work as expected because even if the vm thought there was an outage, the host itself controls the networking.
While vms can and do work just fine, we came to the conclusion that running OTM on a vm may be unreliable at times.
BTW, I thought I'd let you know that we're seeing more people installing the ARM agent now.
Happy to add that we've not heard of any problems so far.
It seems reliable. Probably a bunch of them were me testing stuff
I have a Shelly wired up, I'll take a look at that soon. In installing the Shelly's I electrocuted myself and have taken out half the electrics in my kitchen, so unless you are more scary than my missus you'll need to wait whilst I sort that first
Sorry but that made me laugh out loud.
I hope it's just a breaker or something :).