Here's the situation:
ufans@ubuntu-desktop:~$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
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BARRIER BREAKER (Bleeding Edge, r35608)
root@OpenWrt:/home/1wire_admin# owfs -F -u -m /home/1wire/
DEFAULT: ow_usb_msg.c:DS9490_open(276) Opened USB DS9490 bus master at 1:4.
DEFAULT: ow_usb_cycle.c:DS9490_ID_this_master(191) Set DS9490 1:4 unique id to 81 60 66 2A 00 00 00 8F
Reef Temp on 1F.FFD003000000/aux/10.F9C354010800/temperature
Living Room Temp on 1F.58D803000000/aux/10.D52555010800/temperature
Relay Board on /home/1wire/29.91F907000000/sensed.ALL
The 5th 0 [ZERO] should be a 1
Here's the image of the triggered input that caused the relay to trip:
Not sure where to go with this.. I've diagnosed everything several times. I had all of this working for a couple years on a dedicated server but am now trying to get it all miniaturized onto a TP-link 703 box.
I've gotten some feedback on other forums that indicate that the cause may be a TP-link hardware problem, but I'm thinking it has more to do with OWFS.
I'm running owfs 2.8p13-1
installed package from: http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/ar71xx/packages/