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Tesla Firmware 1.18.0

Discussion in 'Tesla Energy' started by Icepicknz, Jun 19, 2018.

  1. Icepicknz

    Icepicknz Member

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    Just been upgraded to 1.18.0 to fix a power wall that stopped responding in version 1.17.1
    Cant see anything new in the config wizard but thought i would update the community
     
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  2. boaterva

    boaterva Supporting Member

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    I thought these came with real release notes in advance... what am I thinking of?
     
  3. Icebox_inel

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    My PW2 just upgraded to 1.19.0 and now i have a SSL Certificate Verification failed when i access the web page.
     
  4. cwied

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    Interesting - that means they've switched to using https (encrypted). You should be able to still get to the web page by telling your browser to go there anyway (or install the Powerwall's certificate in your trusted certificate database, but that's more complicated).
     
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    Yes, I can. But i need to modify the scripts that read the values....
     
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    It might be easier to install the certificate in the trusted store that the particular scripts use. Hopefully Tesla doesn't regenerate the certificate often. Do you know what it's expiration date is?
     
  8. Icebox_inel

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    No. I modified the crontab and add the following environment variables.
    PYTHONHTTPSVERIFY=0

    Now is running
     
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  9. Ulmo

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    I can confirm that in 1.19.0 I have to change "http://..." to "https://..." and add the "-k" option to the "curl" command for my monitoring scripts to work. I lost logging since 2018-06-19T19:49:04.691122-07, and didn't get it back until I made that change. Now that is working properly again.


    (It seems sometime before that I lost the mothership's opinion of how much battery % the battery has, but I am too tired to look into the details of that, since the local reading is still working, and that seems to be what I use now anyway; I forget what I updated for that when I found out how ot do local reading of the battery state of charge.)
     
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