No under-voltage indicators being displayed.
I was using the built-in wifi on the Pi3, but I disabled it and I am now using one of my trusty AusPi antenna dongles... it has better signal and range... But I was pretty surprised how good the signal and range was from the Pi3's built-in wifi. Either one I used seemed to have the same issues... it is very possible I've just reached the limit of my poor old router... I'm trying a slightly newer router tonight to see what happens... I also really need to get my router to stop acting as a WiFi bridge... I know that is causing a lot of WiFi load... hoping to get a couple of gigabit powerline adapters this weekend so I can have a wired connection between the gateway router and my router.
jbeale wrote:This should not happen, any chance there is a power supply issue? Using a 1.5 A or more power supply with good quality cord? I have experienced wifi slowdown and outage which was related to my power supply, so it is possible. Is this a Pi3 using built-in wifi? I have read that there are issues with the driver for the builtin Pi3 wifiLucidEye wrote: I've also been experiencing crashes whenever the Pi tries to compile a timelapse video... even a short one... the progress meter shows up, and a minute or 2 later the web interface becomes unresponsive, and even the SSH connection gets dropped... have to physically unplug the pi to reboot it