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I have an RPI 0 W which I use a script on to run 24/7 ,

Sometimes the script fails and a system reboot is required which I do by the command sudo reboot, Sometimes while rebooting the RPI is getting frozen on the booting screen and the only way for me to fix that is to re-plug the power supply of the RPI...

I use a good SD card (evo plus samsung 32gb) and my GUI is disabled so I did everything possible to make the RPI run as smoothly as possible , what can I do to prevent this issue competently?

Example of the RPI display when its frozen: http://prntscr.com/pc615v but cron.service not always shown (its pretty much random on what its getting stuck)

  • "frozen on the booting screen" -> Is this a view of text output or something graphical? – goldilocks Sep 28 at 14:57
  • @goldilocks its grafical , for example : prntscr.com/pc615v but cron.service not always shown (its pretty much random on what its getting stuck) – user3710700 Sep 28 at 15:20
  • Does your application require read/write on the SD card? Switching to a read-only root filesystem might improve reliability, e.g. raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=161416 – Fred Sep 28 at 19:09
  • What does the script do? Heavy network access? Heavy disk access? Or both? Or what? – Ingo Sep 28 at 20:58
  • @Ingo , its a proxy server so I guess it does heavy network access , I don't know about the disk access – user3710700 Oct 3 at 8:15

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