# Camera hexapod state machine does not transition back to StandbyState

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#### Details

• Type: Bug
• Status: Done
• Resolution: Done
• Fix Version/s: None
• Component/s: None
• Labels:
• Team:
Telescope and Site
• Urgent?:
No

#### Description

The standby command is accepted but not status change at the EUI.
State machine should have transitioned back to StandbyState while in DisabledState upon receiving the cmd_standby command.

#### Activity

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Russell Owen added a comment -

We will need more information to do anything with this. Is this reproducible? Do you have any logs? A timestamp?

Note: the CSC summaryState event is based on what the low-level controller reports to it (if connected). So if the CSC reports that it is in STANDBY state and the EUI does not, then that suggests an issue in the low-level controller and/or the EUI.

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Russell Owen added a comment - We will need more information to do anything with this. Is this reproducible? Do you have any logs? A timestamp? Note: the CSC summaryState event is based on what the low-level controller reports to it (if connected). So if the CSC reports that it is in STANDBY state and the EUI does not, then that suggests an issue in the low-level controller and/or the EUI.
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Holger Drass added a comment - - edited

Re-tested by sending the command

 await salobj.set_summary_state(hexapod_csc, salobj.State.STANDBY)

[<State.DISABLED: 1>, <State.STANDBY: 5>]

EUI and Chronograph reflect this correctly.

The issue seems to be solved. Closing the ticket.

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Holger Drass added a comment - - edited Re-tested by sending the command await salobj.set_summary_state(hexapod_csc, salobj.State.STANDBY)   CSC answer: [<State.DISABLED: 1>, <State.STANDBY: 5>] EUI and Chronograph reflect this correctly. The issue seems to be solved. Closing the ticket.

#### People

Assignee:
Russell Owen
Reporter:
Holger Drass
Watchers:
Holger Drass, Russell Owen