Orange Pi5 and Hailo8

Greetings, colleagues.
I’m trying to friend Orange Pi5 with Hailo8 board, but facing some issues.
My installation process looks like:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt install -y build-essential curl make cmake dpkg dkms
sudo dpkg --install /home/orangepi/Downloads/rockchip/hailort-pcie-driver_4.17.0_all.deb
sudo dpkg --install /home/orangepi/Downloads/rockchip/hailort_4.17.0_arm64.deb
python3 -m virtualenv -p python3.10 hailo_platform_venv && . hailo_platform_venv/bin/activate && pip install /home/orangepi/Downloads/rockchip/hailort-4.17.0-cp310-cp310-linux_aarch64.whl

Scan and identify looks fine.


But when i try to benchmark model (from model-explorer) i get some errors:

And also, when i tried to check performance with this, i didn’t get the best performance.

I’ll really appreciate any advice and tips. Thanks.

Hey @denqowow ,

Welcome to the Hailo Community!

Nice Work , seems the installlation went good and the run is ok.
As for testing the model before working with it.
We recommend using :

hailortcli run {.hef} OPTIONAL --batch-size

This will give you the performance checks you want.

Regards.

Thanks for quick response @omria,
I did run model as you recommended and got these results, so new question: Is that Recv Rate ok?

Hey @denqowow ,

This seems ok, maybe a bit low but i cant tell if its wrong or not because this is a custom hef .

You can check this example for reference:
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Regards

HI @denqowow , for orange pi5, i remember that i will have kernel header file in the folder:
orangepi@orangepi:~$ ls /opt/linux-headers*
/opt/linux-headers-legacy-rockchip-rk3588_x.x.x_arm64.deb
May i ask did you install this header file before you install hailort driver and hailort?

secondly, May i ask your help to check the command which pcie generation did you used:
sudo lspci -vvv -d 1e60:2864 | grep LnkSta


mine is gen3(8G) and 4 lane(x4)
if you have gen2 or gen1, it may affect your rev data.

Hi @alexzh, thanks for reply.

  1. Yes, i did install headers, i couldn’t build pcie driver without them.
  2. If i remember correctly - orange pi 5 has only pcie 2.0 m2 slot, so, yeah, it half throughput.

    But i still don’t understand, why can’t i access power status for example or firmware settings.

    Btw, what is your setup (board)?