Ok, things getting more clear....,

I tried several gpio's.
GPIO 4, 24 and 25 works.
Gpio 17 and GPIO 22 don't.

Now I stopped vzlogger and disconnected the wires on the GPIO's on the
Raspberry.

I gave the following commands and then I put, with a wire, the
corresponding GPIO pin to the ground:

For GPIO 4 -   command: gpio wfi 7 falling      result was positive, so
this works...
For GPIO 17 - command: gpio wfi 0 falling       result was negative, the
commands kept waiting for a folling edge
For GPIO 22 - command: gpio wfi 3 falling       result was negative, the
commands kept waiting for a folling edge
For GPIO 18 - command: gpio wfi 1 falling       result was negative, the
commands kept waiting for a folling edge
and so on for all GPIO's

I can't find any other GPIO except 4, 24 and 25 where the result is
positive.

So the problem is not Volkszaehler, vzlogger was stopped. But maybe it is
the SD-image because the problem occurs on two different Raspberry pi's?

I'll try with an onther image....

Has anyone have an idea how to solve this?

Thanks in advance...

2016-09-20 19:25 GMT+02:00 Daniel Lauckner <v...@jahp.de>:

> Hallo,
>
>
> am Dienstag, 20. September 2016 um 08:53 hast du geschrieben:
> > Still GPIO 17 in the configfile does not work...
>
> Last time GPIO 22 didn't work.
>
> >> Energie gebruik            "uuid":
> >> "dd995220-7a47-11e6-86ce-6bf65a52ce09", GPIO 4   Works
> >> Energie opbrengst          "uuid":
> >> "dfc58710-7a47-11e6-9278-45f4e725fa39", GPIO 22  Does not work
>
>
> mfg Daniel
>
>

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