However, when I try to stream with a IMX219-D77 camera (see https://www.waveshare.com/product/imx219-d77.htm ), that mounts the same sensor and uses the same camera board as the RPiv2, the Nano crashes and reboots after 1-2 seconds of streaming. This camera works fine on a Raspberry Pi.
What could be the issue?
I have tried different width/height inputs, running the Nano in 5W and 10W modes, but it does not seem to make a difference.
I can see the camera output on the screen for few second, from one to ten seconds (I have attached a video, sorry for the phone quality). Then the system hangs and reboot after about 30 seconds.
I have connected the serial console, and saved the output printed from the time the stream hangs until the system reboots. I did this 5 times, and got different outputs all times. The logs are all attached.
I’ve check your video and it seems the functionality of IMX219-D77 is good.
it should be system issue let Jetson-Nano freeze and reboot.
some of your logs shows i2c transfer timed out and watchdog immediately kick in to reboot the system.
we had some discussion threads talking about Nano’s performance, suggest you refer to Topic 1048640 for Jetson-Nano’s power supply.
I am also having the same issue with the same camera. I can get the default rpi2 camera working with Jetson without any issue. But with the waveshare d77 model, it crashes similar to what happens in your video
Do you experience the same issue with the Jetson Nano or with another model? It would be interesting to understand whether this problem appears as well in more powerful devices, as the TX2 for example.
I have tried to power the Jetson Nano with the power supply suggested in the topic mentioned above (that is, https://www.adafruit.com/product/1995 ). However, the system still freezes when trying to stream. Any suggestions to understand where the problem could be?
Only with Nano (no other peripherals like camera…), you can power the evaluation board with any 5V,4A adaptor. But if camera is connected through USB then 5V adaptor is not good enough. You need to supply at least 5.2V to the Nano. This solves Nano reboot issue. This is based on my experience.
Help, please. I have the exact same problem as shown in the video with the same waveshare camera. Peculiar thing is that it worked until I reflashed the software to restart a project. Now it just freezes and reboots and does not stream, although it is recognized with ls /dev/video0. I have been troubleshooting and cannot figure it out.
I also have this same issue. Trying to run a Raspberry Pi V2 camera and crashes nearly instantaneously upon launch of the camera stream. I have seen others simply returning their Jetson Nanos as defective and hopefully it does not have to come to that.
I have re-flashed twice now and that seems to not be the issue. Also tried running the detectnet-camera.py script from the Hello AI World files and that also crashes nearly instantly. Any help would be appreciated!