Cynical Caché 1.90 Issue

Posted on
Tue Mar 31, 2020 11:37 am
chobo offline
Posts: 127
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Cynical Caché 1.90 Issue

Perry,

Hope you're well. Quick note per your forum post... I updated to Cynical Cache 1.90 and was immediately greeted with the error(s) below. No rush at all on taking a look — downgraded to 1.80 and everything is back to normal. Just thought you might want to know. I'm currently using the plugin with a GC IP2IR and IP2CC.

Thank you!

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Stopping plugin Cynical Caché (pid 751)
   Stopped plugin Cynical Caché
   Upgrading plugin Cynical Caché to newer version 1.9.0 (previous version moved to trash)
   Loading plugin "Cynical Caché 1.9.0"
   Starting plugin "Cynical Caché 1.9.0" (pid 23861)
   Cynical Caché                   API version 2.3
   Cynical Caché                   Python version 2.7.16.final.0
   Started plugin "Cynical Caché 1.9.0"
   Cynical Caché Error             in runConcurrentThread: Traceback (most recent call last):
  File ".../Server Plugin/cyin/debugging.py", line 66, in diagnostic_log
    yield
  File ".../Server Plugin/cyin/debugging.py", line 76, in diagnose_call
    return method(*args, **kwargs)
  File ".../Server Plugin/cyin/asynplugin.py", line 64, in runConcurrentThread
    self.run()
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/inject.py", line 61, in run
    asyn.Controller.run(self)
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/controller.py", line 105, in run
    item._can_read()
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/selectable.py", line 244, in _can_read
    self._scan(input)
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/scan.py", line 63, in _scan
    if not self.scan.scan(self):
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/scan.py", line 139, in scan
    target.callout(ctx, *m.groups())
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/core.py", line 152, in callout
    results = [cb(ctx, *args) for cb in list(self._callbacks)]   # latch callback list
  File ".../Server Plugin/ir/gcache/gcnet.py", line 235, in _calldown
    self._create_dev(gcdev.Sensor, addr, type) # configured for input
  File ".../Server Plugin/ir/gcache/gcnet.py", line 302, in _create_dev
    dev = cls(self, address, specific)
  File ".../Server Plugin/ir/gcache/gcdev.py", line 205, in __init__
    self._upd_register()
AttributeError: 'Sensor' object has no attribute '_upd_register'

   Cynical Caché Error             plugin runConcurrentThread function returned or failed (will attempt again in 10 seconds)
   Cynical Caché Error             in runConcurrentThread: Traceback (most recent call last):
  File ".../Server Plugin/cyin/debugging.py", line 66, in diagnostic_log
    yield
  File ".../Server Plugin/cyin/debugging.py", line 76, in diagnose_call
    return method(*args, **kwargs)
  File ".../Server Plugin/cyin/asynplugin.py", line 64, in runConcurrentThread
    self.run()
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/inject.py", line 61, in run
    asyn.Controller.run(self)
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/controller.py", line 105, in run
    item._can_read()
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/selectable.py", line 244, in _can_read
    self._scan(input)
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/scan.py", line 63, in _scan
    if not self.scan.scan(self):
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/scan.py", line 139, in scan
    target.callout(ctx, *m.groups())
  File ".../Server Plugin/asyn/core.py", line 152, in callout
    results = [cb(ctx, *args) for cb in list(self._callbacks)]   # latch callback list
  File ".../Server Plugin/ir/gcache/gcnet.py", line 235, in _calldown
    self._create_dev(gcdev.Sensor, addr, type) # configured for input
  File ".../Server Plugin/ir/gcache/gcnet.py", line 302, in _create_dev
    dev = cls(self, address, specific)
  File ".../Server Plugin/ir/gcache/gcdev.py", line 205, in __init__
    self._upd_register()
AttributeError: 'Sensor' object has no attribute '_upd_register'

   Cynical Caché Error             plugin runConcurrentThread function returned or failed (will attempt again in 10 seconds)

Posted on
Wed Apr 06, 2022 10:29 am
screen offline
Posts: 26
Joined: Feb 19, 2009

Re: Cynical Caché 1.90 Issue

Hi, same exact issue here. Downgrade brought things back to working for me.

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