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Container is not published to MCR (was: Unable to generate Alarms)

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- [ ] regression (a behavior that used to work and stopped in a new release)

Minimal steps to reproduce

sudo docker run --rm -it -p 60000:60000 -p 8080:8080 --name opcplc --pn=60000 --autoaccept --nospikes --nodips --nopostrend --nonegtrend --nodatavalues --sph --sn=25 --sr=5 --st=uint --fn=5 --fr=1 --ft=uint --ctb --alm

Any log messages given by the failure

[16:42:43 INF] Current directory is: /app [16:42:43 INF] Log file is: /app/471b451f14a4-plc.log [16:42:43 INF] Log level is: info [16:42:43 ERR] Error in command line options [16:42:43 ERR] Command line arguments: --pn=60000 --autoaccept --nospikes --nodips --nopostrend --nonegtrend --nodatavalues --sph --sn=25 --sr=5 --st=uint --fn=5 --fr=1 --ft=uint --ctb --alm [16:42:43 INF] [16:42:43 INF] OpcPlc V1.2.2.3 [16:42:43 INF] Informational version: V1.2.2+6f16489859 [16:42:43 INF] [16:42:43 INF] Usage: opcplc.exe [<options>] [16:42:43 INF] [16:42:43 INF] OPC UA PLC for different data simulation scenarios [16:42:43 INF] To exit the application, just press CTRL-C while it is running. [16:42:43 INF] [16:42:43 INF] To specify a list of strings, please use the following format: [16:42:43 INF] “<string 1>,<string 2>,…,<string n>” [16:42:43 INF] or if one string contains commas: [16:42:43 INF] “”<string 1>“,”<string 2>“,…,”<string n>“”

Expected/desired behavior

Im trying to get boiler and alm. I’m unable to run it with --alm as it is not recognized and it throws the ERR in the stdout. Also with --ctb, i don’t see any new nodes published. Might be i don;t understand --ctb. I expected it to publish nodes for the boiler.

specifying --ctb without --alm the PLC server runs but did not see any nodes for boiler.

OS and Version?

Windows 7, 8 or 10. Linux (which distribution). macOS (Yosemite? El Capitan? Sierra?) Linux Ubuntu


Ubuntu 18.04

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  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:6

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buzzfrogcommented, Apr 16, 2021

I tested with the following command: docker run --rm -it -p 60000:60000 -p 8080:8080 --name opcplc --pn=60000 --autoaccept --nospikes --nodips --nopostrend --nonegtrend --nodatavalues --sph --sn=25 --sr=5 --st=uint --fn=5 --fr=1 --ft=uint --ctb --alm

And from my point of view, it works,

luiscanterocommented, Apr 15, 2021

@jaypaddy this should be working now, please confirm, thanks. CC @buzzfrog

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