spdmerlin result URL is not working

del13r

Occasional Visitor
I have just fresh installed 4.4.4 and by default it is set to built-in speedtest binary.

When the test is done, it looks like this:

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My point being is that a result URL is not being correctly provided or recorded.
 

Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
Try external binary.

Which firmware version are you running?
 

del13r

Occasional Visitor
RT-AC68U with 386.5_2

Code:
9.    Toggle between built-in Ookla speedtest and speedtest-cli
      Currently: external will be used for speedtests

I just changed it to external, and this is what i got

Code:
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

Error running speedtest for WAN

Retrieving data for WebUI charts


Press enter to continue...

When I change back to internal, it works but no results url

Code:
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

     Server: Swoop Broadband - Melbourne (id = 13057)
        ISP: Spin Internet Service
    Latency:    17.52 ms   (1.05 ms jitter)
   Download:    95.29 Mbps (data used: 115.8 MB)
     Upload:    19.06 Mbps (data used: 23.4 MB)
Packet Loss:     0.0%
Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/

Speedtest results - Download: 95.29 Mbps (data used: 115.8 MB) - Upload: 19.06 Mbps (data used: 23.4 MB)

Connection quality - Latency: 17.52 ms (1.05 ms jitter) - Packet Loss: 0.0%

Retrieving data for WebUI charts
 

del13r

Occasional Visitor
Here is the Syslog at the same time too

Code:
Apr  5 11:32:22 spdMerlin: Starting speedtest using auto-selected server for WAN interface
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: speedtest/19762: potentially unexpected fatal signal 4.
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: Pid: 19762, comm:            speedtest
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: CPU: 0    Tainted: P             (2.6.36.4brcmarm #1)
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: PC is at 0x91938
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: LR is at 0x8eafc
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: pc : [<00091938>]    lr : [<0008eafc>]    psr: 60000010
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: sp : befa60c8  ip : 0000006e  fp : befa610c
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: r10: befa6440  r9 : befa64e8  r8 : 00242dec
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: r7 : befa6a68  r6 : 0023bac0  r5 : 00000000  r4 : befa69f8
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: r3 : 001eed00  r2 : 001eecf8  r1 : 001eed0c  r0 : 0000000f
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: Flags: nZCv  IRQs on  FIQs on  Mode USER_32  ISA ARM  Segment user
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: Control: 10c53c7d  Table: 9883804a  DAC: 00000015
Apr  5 11:32:24 spdMerlin: Error running speedtest for WAN
 

Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
Here is the Syslog at the same time too

Code:
Apr  5 11:32:22 spdMerlin: Starting speedtest using auto-selected server for WAN interface
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: speedtest/19762: potentially unexpected fatal signal 4.
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: Pid: 19762, comm:            speedtest
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: CPU: 0    Tainted: P             (2.6.36.4brcmarm #1)
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: PC is at 0x91938
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: LR is at 0x8eafc
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: pc : [<00091938>]    lr : [<0008eafc>]    psr: 60000010
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: sp : befa60c8  ip : 0000006e  fp : befa610c
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: r10: befa6440  r9 : befa64e8  r8 : 00242dec
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: r7 : befa6a68  r6 : 0023bac0  r5 : 00000000  r4 : befa69f8
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: r3 : 001eed00  r2 : 001eecf8  r1 : 001eed0c  r0 : 0000000f
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: Flags: nZCv  IRQs on  FIQs on  Mode USER_32  ISA ARM  Segment user
Apr  5 11:32:23 kernel: Control: 10c53c7d  Table: 9883804a  DAC: 00000015
Apr  5 11:32:24 spdMerlin: Error running speedtest for WAN
Was this for external?
 

Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
RT-AC68U with 386.5_2

Code:
9.    Toggle between built-in Ookla speedtest and speedtest-cli
      Currently: external will be used for speedtests

I just changed it to external, and this is what i got

Code:
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

Error running speedtest for WAN

Retrieving data for WebUI charts


Press enter to continue...

When I change back to internal, it works but no results url

Code:
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

     Server: Swoop Broadband - Melbourne (id = 13057)
        ISP: Spin Internet Service
    Latency:    17.52 ms   (1.05 ms jitter)
   Download:    95.29 Mbps (data used: 115.8 MB)
     Upload:    19.06 Mbps (data used: 23.4 MB)
Packet Loss:     0.0%
Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/

Speedtest results - Download: 95.29 Mbps (data used: 115.8 MB) - Upload: 19.06 Mbps (data used: 23.4 MB)

Connection quality - Latency: 17.52 ms (1.05 ms jitter) - Packet Loss: 0.0%

Retrieving data for WebUI charts
Sounds like the built-in binary isn't returning a proper URL. I'll have to dust off a router a d upgrade it to 386.5
 

del13r

Occasional Visitor
I made an interesting observation today.
I am now getting ResultURL's from yesterday afternoon onwards (GMT+10Hours)
spdMerlin is Currently set to internal

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