“No Space Left on Device” means “out of USB bandwidth” in this case, “df” won’t help at all in diagnosing that.
Are the cameras native USB 3 cameras? If they are USB 2, then they will run at 2 speed and use proportional time on the bus, which means even if you use a USB 3 port, you’re limited to how much data you could send on a USB 2 bus. The fix for that problem could be to replace the cameras with native USB 3 cameras. (These are hard to find, at least with low cost – I know the Stereolabs cameras are USB 3, and they can be used as “simple” cameras, although they don’t have “fisheye” optics.)
A PCI Express USB adapter card “should” work, assuming it has good Linux support. You may have to re-build the kernel to add support for that particular chipset (because while xHCI are all “standard,” they seem to also require workarounds at times?)
@snarky thank you for the information,
I have ordered a PCI to USB converter to use 2 cameras with that and the other two cameras with the USB hub.
By re-building the kernel you mean to say… I have to build external kernels and apply them in the patch?
I am new to TX2, is it possible to guide me through installing kernels and updating it to get the desired result and make PCI working?
Thanks in advance
for information concerning re-building the kernel you may refer to the
We are looking for a camera supplier with automotive grade solutions.
Therefore plastic non fixed lens prototype cameras are not suitable for us.
If you can suggest a company how has products with such level of maturity would be a great help.
Thanks for this informative thread :)
@JerryChang @jazza @snarky @_av
Can you shed your expertise on solutions requiring cameras to be connected at a distance of 4-5m ?
I see that almost all SerDes involving cameras are very pricey…is there any low-cost solution ?
you may check this table,
Jetson Partner Supported Cameras, which lists cameras supported by Jetson Camera Partners on the Jetson platform.
please also contact with Jetson Preferred Partners for camera solutions.
Check out MIPI-CSi-2 camera modules:
VC MIPI Kameramodule Übersicht Technische Daten Doku MIPI CSI-2 Kameras für Embedded Vision Vielseitig, flexibel und mit größter Sensorvielfalt: Unsere VC Embedded MIPI Kameramodule für zahlreiche Anwendungen in Industrie und Serienprodukten – Made...
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