spdMerlin spdMerlin not working anymore on AC86U 386.4_alpha3

Ubimo

Senior Member
Hello
I just updated my AC86U to 386.4_alpha3.
Unfortunately spdMerlin stopped working.
This is the only output I see in syslog:
Code:
Nov 27 13:33:09 custom_script: Running /jffs/scripts/service-event (args: start spdmerlinspdtest_auto_All_)
Nov 27 13:33:13 spdMerlin: Starting speedtest using auto-selected server for WAN interface
Nov 27 13:33:15 spdMerlin: Speedtest results - --download-conn-range=ARG Download connection count range (min-max) - --upload-conn-range=ARG Upload connection count range (min-max)
Nov 27 13:33:15 spdMerlin: Connection quality -  -
Nov 27 13:33:15 spdMerlin: Retrieving data for WebUI charts

Edit:
This is the output of the SSH terminal:
Choose an interface to speedtest:

1. All
2. WAN

Choose an option: 2

What mode would you like to use?

1. Auto-select
2. Preferred server
3. Choose a server

Choose an option: 1

Starting speedtest using auto-selected server for WAN interface

/usr/sbin/ookla: Ambiguous option: --progress=yes
Version: ookla 3.7.12.37

Usage: ookla [<options>]
-h, --help Print usage information
-V, --version Print version number
-L, --servers List nearest servers
-s, --server-id=# Specify a server from the server list using its id
-I, --interface=ARG Attempt to bind to the specified interface when connecting to servers
-i, --ip=ARG Attempt to bind to the specified IP address when connecting to servers
-o, --host=ARG Specify a server, from the server list, using its host's fully qualified domain name
-p, --progress=yes|no Enable or disable progress bar (Note: only available for 'human-readable'
or 'json' and defaults to yes when interactive)
-P, --precision=# Number of decimals to use (0-8, default=2)
-f, --format=ARG Output format (see below for valid formats)
--progress-update-interval=# Progress update interval (100-1000 milliseconds)
-u, --unit[=ARG] Output unit for displaying speeds (Note: this is only applicable
for ‘human-readable’ output format and the default unit is Mbps)
-a Shortcut for [-u auto-decimal-bits]
-A Shortcut for [-u auto-decimal-bytes]
-b Shortcut for [-u auto-binary-bits]
-B Shortcut for [-u auto-binary-bytes]
--selection-details Show server selection details
--ca-certificate=ARG CA Certificate bundle path
-v Logging verbosity. Specify multiple times for higher verbosity
--output-header Show output header for CSV and TSV formats
-t, --trace-level=# [Deprecated: See -v] Specify a log level between 1 and 2 (1=info, 2=error)
-m, --max-transfer-updates=# Maximum number of log outputs during download/upload tests
--stage-timestamps Output stage timestamps (Note: only valid for json formats)
-l, --listen[=#] Start a local server, listening on the specified port, instead of running a test.
-O, --option=ARG Add override option. Syntax: -O key:value.
-c, --config-url=ARG Config url override
--download-conn-range=ARG Download connection count range (min-max)
--upload-conn-range=ARG Upload connection count range (min-max)

Valid output formats: legacy, human-readable, csv, tsv, json, jsonl, json-pretty

Machine readable formats (csv, tsv, json, jsonl, json-pretty) use bytes as the unit of measure with max precision

Valid units for [-u] flag:
Decimal prefix, bits per second: bps, kbps, Mbps, Gbps
Decimal prefix, bytes per second: B/s, kB/s, MB/s, GB/s
Binary prefix, bits per second: kibps, Mibps, Gibps
Binary prefix, bytes per second: kiB/s, MiB/s, GiB/s
Auto-scaled prefix: auto-binary-bits, auto-binary-bytes, auto-decimal-bits, auto-decimal-bytes

Error: near line 1: near ",": syntax error

Speedtest results - --download-conn-range=ARG Download connection count range (min-max) - --upload-conn-range=ARG Upload connection count range (min-max)

Connection quality - -

Retrieving data for WebUI charts


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