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I/O failure is a common cause of this; processes suffering from such are stuck in an uninterruptible sleep. If this is widespread and includes critical processes, the entire system will stutter and stall -- although from a GUI perspective this may be exaggerated in that it is mostly the GUI that is stalling. Such processes can be identified with diagnostic ...


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Raspbian is a derivate of Debian and this isn't designed to work without a clean shutdown by default. May work with journaling on the root partition with ext4 file system but it is only designed for disaster recovery one time. The boot partition has a simple vfat file system and do not have disaster recovery so it may be easy corrupted. Using it for years is ...


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According the official doc The Raspberry Pi 3 is powered by a +5.1V micro USB supply. Exactly how much current (mA) the Raspberry Pi requires is dependent on what you connect to it. We have found that purchasing a 2.5A power supply from a reputable retailer will provide you with ample power to run your Raspberry Pi. Please check whether your power supply ...


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The problem certainly looks like it is SD card corruption, which can happen as a result of arbitrarily cycling the power. It shouldn't happen during normal operation. Reboots should be obvious in the system logs, OctoPi is Raspbian based, so you could start with /var/log/syslog (you can also use journalctl). If you can observe with a monitor that it ...


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You can record as it is like any other computers do, you just need to have a free space left on you sdcard todo so. Also, there is a life expectancy for every storage device, it is called the read and write cycle, it may not affect your sdcard directly but it may in a longer run. See: https://superuser.com/questions/17350/whats-the-life-expectancy-of-an-sd-...


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You can save your video files directly to the SD card - provided you have sufficient space on the card. "Sufficient space" will obviously depend upon what size card you have, and how big your video files are. I assume you can calculate this, and you haven't provided file or SD card sizes, so... If you're worried about SD card corruption, you can always ...


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The situation continued to deteriorate till I could no more ssh (connection refused). It appears that simply unplugging and replugging the raspi finally solved the issue. The files where restored to a state prior to inconsistencies and prior to my latest modifications of sshd_config, so authentication through allowgroups was back ! I guess the restart ...


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