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After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

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After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-01-04


Hi all!

Two weeks ago I discovered this bug: after upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 it is impossible to monitor and discover the Asco G5 Group Controller power meter via the Modbus interface. I.e., before upgrade my power meters were normally displayed in the SxOn GW interface. After upgrade SxOn GW to the latest version, for unknown reasons, the connection with the above-mentioned power meters was lost. Re-discovering of them was unsuccessful, even if they were deleted and re-discovered again.

Is this a bug? Can someone confirm this?

Very thanks for the support.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-04-04


Hi team,

I am glad to confirm, that the above problem with Asco G5 Group Controller power meter via the Modbus interface has been successfully resolved in the new version of the software EcoStruxure IT Gateway 1.3.0.48.

Therefore, this topic can be closed.

Very thanks for the support 😀.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Ditte Drewer Mathiasen on 2018-01-08


Hi spezialist, thanks for posting. Let's hope you find your answer here. 

Kind regards Ditte 

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jason Dutra on 2018-02-21


Hello Spezialist,

 

Are there any errors in the console logs when you run this discovery?

 

Thank you kindly,

Jason

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jason Dutra on 2018-02-21


Also, what version did you upgrade from?

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-02-22


Dear Jason Dutra,

I updated the gateway software in the usual way from version SxOn 1.1.3.9 to 1.2.0.12. And right after the update, both my Asco G5 Group Controller via Modbus interface stopped responding. For example, here is a screenshot of one of these devices after the gateway software update, where it is clearly visible, that on December 22, 2017 the gateway software update was performed and the device stopped responding:

Then I tried to remove one of my Asco G5 Group Controller and perform its new discovery. But as a result, the new device was not detected at all (0 new devices, 0 rediscovered devices) and it was reported that A device has been found at this address:

What could be the problem?

Very thanks for the support.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jason Dutra on 2018-02-22


If you do not mind can you run the discovery again. Then after running the discovery, navigate the install directory and open the log folder(i.e. C:\Program Files\StruxureOn Gateway\log). View the log file in a text editor and then copy all the lines time stamped for just before the discovery was run till the present and reply back with them. I am able to discover a simulated version of that device on 1.2.0. Seeing the errors in the logs should help greatly to understand the issue you are having.

Thank you kindly,

Jason

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-02-23


Dear Jason Dutra,

Thank you for the hint 😀.

Below is a new screenshot of discovering today, where I highlighted an interesting message:

Can you explain what this means?

In addition, below the logfile console.zip, which corresponds to the above discovering today.

I hope this helps solve my problem.

Very thanks for the support.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jason Dutra on 2018-02-23


Hello again!

 

Looks like the logs did not attach. Can you use the "Insert Code" option that is part of the reply window header to copy the entries relevant to the discovery?

 

I believe the message you are seeing in the discovery logs has to do with the unknown device logic we have in the system. This logic, when faced with a device that can not be discovered, phones home to StruxureOn with some relevant information about the device to see if a DDF has been made or needs to be made. I am going to double check on this because I am not 100% certain. 

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-02-23


Ok, then I attach the above file a bit different way: console.zip.

And also with the "Insert Code" option:

textconsole.log02/23/2018:11:17:14.363:ERROR:discovery-thread-4 ModbusDataTransport:158 - ModbusSlaveException: Failed to read with endpoint Illegal Data Address and error type 2. 02/23/2018:11:17:14.363:ERROR:discovery-thread-4 DCLInterfaceImpl:214 - DCLException: com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorException: failed to collect data 02/23/2018:11:17:14.363:ERROR:discovery-thread-4 DeviceDiscoveryStage:54 - ERROR discovering device {} com.se.dcl.api.common.DCLException: com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorException: failed to collect data at com.se.dcl.api.DCLInterfaceImpl.discover(DCLInterfaceImpl.java:215) at com.se.dcos.discovery.DeviceDiscoveryStage.processCommand(DeviceDiscoveryStage.java:49) at com.se.dcos.discovery.DeviceDiscoveryStage.processCommand(DeviceDiscoveryStage.java:26) at com.se.dcos.aef.Pipeline.processCommand(Pipeline.java:77) at com.se.dcos.aef.PipelineContainerStage.processCommand(PipelineContainerStage.java:89) at com.se.dcos.aef.Command.run(Command.java:175) at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:1149) at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:624) at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:748) Caused by: com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorException: failed to collect data at com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorImpl.discoverDevice(DataCollectorImpl.java:268) at com.se.dcl.api.DCLInterfaceImpl.discover(DCLInterfaceImpl.java:212) ... 8 more Caused by: java.io.IOException: com.ghgande.j2mod.modbus.ModbusSlaveException: Illegal Data Address at com.se.dcl.transport.modbus.ModbusDataTransport.readVariable(ModbusDataTransport.java:159) at com.se.dcl.transport.modbus.ModbusDataTransport.readValues(ModbusDataTransport.java:122) at com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.readSources(DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.java:770) at com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.readMappedValues(DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.java:359) at com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.readSensors(DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.java:1556) at com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.discoverSensorComponents(DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.java:1328) at com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.discoverDeviceComponents(DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.java:1155) at com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.collectDiscoveryData(DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.java:981) at com.se.dcl.transport.modbus.ModbusCollectorStrategy.collectDiscoveryData(ModbusCollectorStrategy.java:71) at com.se.dcl.transport.modbus.ModbusCollectorStrategy.collectDiscoveryData(ModbusCollectorStrategy.java:19) at com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.discoverDevice(DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.java:960) at com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.discoverDevice(DataCollectorStrategyAdapter.java:488) at com.se.dcl.collector.DataCollectorImpl.discoverDevice(DataCollectorImpl.java:256) ... 9 more Caused by: com.ghgande.j2mod.modbus.ModbusSlaveException: Illegal Data Address at com.ghgande.j2mod.modbus.io.ModbusTCPTransaction.execute(ModbusTCPTransaction.java:183) at com.se.dcl.transport.modbus.ModbusTransactionWrapper.execute(ModbusTransactionWrapper.java:40) at com.se.dcl.transport.modbus.ModbusDataTransport.modbusReadBytes(ModbusDataTransport.java:439) at com.se.dcl.transport.modbus.ModbusDataTransport.readValue(ModbusDataTransport.java:229) at com.se.dcl.transport.modbus.ModbusDataTransport.readAllValues(ModbusDataTransport.java:173) at com.se.dcl.transport.modbus.ModbusDataTransport.readVariable(ModbusDataTransport.java:131) ... 21 more 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:34.303:WARN:persist-polls-thread-19 PollPersistenceStage:114 - Invalid identity null for root Device with id 49174 02/23/2018:11:17:45.007:ERROR:poll-trigger-0 AbstractAssetCache:264 - Asset=37987 missed poll interval. PollInterval=300000ms exceeded by MissedDifference=300001ms. LastPollStart=1519376865006 CurrentPollStart=1519377465007

Please tell me which of the above ways you can get my log file.

Very thanks for the support.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jason Dutra on 2018-02-26


Thank you for the logs. The file attachment still did not work but the logs in the body of the last reply were helpful. I have two variations of simulated devices to test against but the both were artificially created. I would like to get real data from your device if you that is okay.


In the Gateway client under the Device Support menu there should be an option there that says "Allow Schneider Electric to perform targeted reads on the following IP addresses or IP address ranges" please check that and specify the IP address of the Asco G5 Group Controller.


I can use this real data to construct a better simulated device for testing. I think the discovery is failing on a response from one of the registers within the DDF.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-02-26


Dear Jason Dutra,

Ok, I made the above settings for the my Asco G5 Group Controller under private IP address 192.168.1.50:10001 (SlaveID=1).

What are my next steps?

Very thanks for the support.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jason Dutra on 2018-02-26


spezialist I just want to confirm. The address field in the Gateway only needs the IP address. I need to enter the port on my end.

 

Kind reagrds,

Jason

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jason Dutra on 2018-02-26


spezialist ignore my last reply. I have what I need. There is a bug in the discovery code. I will try to update this ticket when I know it has been addressed. I will say, I want this to be fixed for the next release. 

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-02-27


Dear Jason Dutra,

I.e., in the current release of SxOn GW this can not be fixed?

Since the SxOn GW software has a nice "TARGETED READS" function for debugging problems with devices, I want to draw your attention to one more problem, that is described in my post  As I already wrote, the problem is not solved at the moment. Maybe using the above option, can we solve this problem?

Very thanks for the support.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jason Dutra on 2018-02-27


That is correct spezialist this issue can not be fixed in the current release. 

I will look into the other issue  and reply to it as soon as I can. 

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-02-27


In any case, thanks for the feedback.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-02-28


Dear Jason Dutra,

So the above problem is already localized, and I can disable "TARGETED READS" option in my SxOn GW software?

With respect.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jason Dutra on 2018-02-28


spezialist That is correct. Go ahead and disable it.

 

Kind regards,

Jason

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

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I did it.

With respect.

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Re: After upgrade to SxOn GW 1.2.0.12 not posible monitoring and discovering the power meter "Asco G5 Group Controller" via Modbus interface?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2018-04-04


Hi team,

I am glad to confirm, that the above problem with Asco G5 Group Controller power meter via the Modbus interface has been successfully resolved in the new version of the software EcoStruxure IT Gateway 1.3.0.48.

Therefore, this topic can be closed.

Very thanks for the support 😀.

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