Oct 13 2019 07:25 PM
Oct 13 2019 07:25 PM
While attempting the face detect sample, we find the vision sample container throws an exception after trying to run captureimage(). We've logged an issue on github including code details and stack trace and hope to get more traction here.
send: b'\x89\x80\xa3]I,' 2019-10-14 01:40:44,863 - iotccsdk - ERROR - camera - captureimage:602 - true [PKS INFO] Loading snapshot from file... Expected 1 file but got 0 2019-10-14 01:40:45,042 - iotccsdk - ERROR - camera - get_inferences:197 - invalid file: None Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/local/lib/python3.5/dist-packages/iotccsdk/camera.py", line 195, in get_inferences yield inference_iterator.start(self.vam_url) File "./main.py", line 134, in main azure_face_api_detect(camera_client, iot_hub_manager) File "/app/azure_face_api.py", line 66, in azure_face_api_detect image_data = open(get_snapshot_name(), "rb") TypeError: invalid file: None Exception from get inferences: ['Traceback (most recent call last):\n', ' File "./main.py", line 134, in main\n azure_face_api_detect(camera_client, iot_hub_manager)\n', ' File "/app/azure_face_api.py", line 66, in azure_face_api_detect\n image_data = open(get_snapshot_name(), "rb")\n', 'TypeError: invalid file: None\n'] 2019-10-14 01:40:47,673 - iotccsdk - ERROR - ipcprovider - on_error:341 - Camera Restarted! Exiting!! Error: Time:Mon Oct 14 01:40:48 2019 File:/usr/sdk/src/c/c-utility/adapters/socketio_berkeley.c Func:socketio_dowork Line:1006 Socketio_Failure: Receiving data from endpoint: errno=104. Error: Time:Mon Oct 14 01:40:48 2019 File:/usr/sdk/src/c/c-utility/adapters/socketio_berkeley.c Func:socketio_dowork Line:1006 Socketio_Failure: Receiving data from endpoint: errno=104.
our dockerfile uses requirements.txt to install these libraries:
requests azure-iothub-device-client~=1.4.3 iotccsdk azure
Any help would be appreciated, thank you.
Oct 14 2019 06:12 AM - edited Oct 14 2019 06:13 AM
@sezflynn Thank you for highlighting this. I'm investigating and will get back soon.
Oct 15 2019 10:50 PM
Unfortunately, there is a known issue with the camera client api below the iotccsdk, where during a session a snapshot should be taken right after the camera is started to ensure stability of the snapshot function.
If an inference is detected before a test snapshot is taken first the snapshot fails and can crash the module. A quick way to work around the issue is to make sure the frame is clear of objects that will trigger inference during module startup. Say, for example, simply covering the camera lens for a few seconds while the module starts up.
I've also posted this reply on the GitHub issue which you had opened.