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Cura Connect stuck showing old print jobs

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For the last several weeks the Cura Connect Print Jobs page - http://192.168.x.y/print_jobs -  has been stuck showing me the same finished print and never updates with new print jobs.

 

In the networking console I looked at what http://192.168.x.y/cluster-api/v1/print_jobs/printing is returning.. it's showing 4 jobs, and the one it's showing on screen is the first one in the array (the J_relief_-_Part_1_1 job).


The fourth object in the array is my actual current print job, but I guess the Print Jobs page only shows the first one returned?

 

Anyway, I've done dozens of print jobs since this started happening, and it's strange that these first three seem to be "stuck" being returned from the /printing endpoint. Is there a way to clean these up?

 

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In about a month we expect to release firmware v5.2, a major release for the UM3 which integrates the S5. In this release over 150 issues in Cura Connect only were addressed, many feature improvements, but also bug fixes. When I checked the list there are several fixes related to (old) print jobs. Since we didn't experience the above mentioned problem in the system tests it seems likely the problem as described here is fixed.

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