apologies, this will be unhelpful but I'll add anyway:
over the last couple weeks, I've been getting random inconsistent performance from 1 mini but not the other. it's not the machine itself, it's definitely the radio. well, assuming/guessing. they are in opposite ends of the building.
the environment in this location is simply getting too noisy? I had to stop developing a bluetooth project on a BBB because its usb-radio was killing off wifi.
the local printer wifi was unrepentantly-strong and also needed to be turned down.
actually it gets quite weird. IT ALWAYS GETS WEIRD!
- edison1 is off alone by itself.
- edison2 is directly next to the BBB, the laser-printer, edison3, and a lot of other stuff.
- the printer-wifi and the BBB-bluetooth only ever made edison1 unhappy. edison 2 & now 3? - zero problem.
- edison1 BT actually also seemed to be causing problems with itself own wifi.
so, I dnno, my case may simply be bad luck, someone's failing klystron dumping garbage into microwave-spectrum?
it's been a long time since I left yocto, but - ubilinux kernel is still using the same objects, so it seems unlikely to be a software issue...?
Thanks for the response. I've been travelling, so not much time to jump on here the last few days.
I was also thinking the same thing (possible RF issues). We do a lot of 900mHz, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth & BT Low Energy integration and testing and I'm looking through our separate test documentation and logs to see if the intermittent pause problem started _after_ BT activation and/or the installation of the BT support packages.
Since we image all of our production and test systems, we also have images of pre-BT integration on the Edison systems. I'll roll back a few boards to determine if that's the issue at hand.
I'll follow up on this thread with the results. Thanks again,