MUX/SPI error on photon

Hi, I am getting the following message on my serial output at each cycle of the code execution. However, this only started happening after I updated the device OS to 1.4.4
Is it due to something in my firmware or its a new feature of some kind? How do I stop it?

Current config is: FFFF
Updating configuration to: FFDF
CURRENT_CONFIG & ~PIN_BITMASK = FF8F
The updated configuration is:Current_config is:FFFF
FFFF
Current_config is:FFFF
Input mux: 0x70
MOSI: FFFF
Current config is: FFFF
Updating configuration to: FFCF
CURRENT_CONFIG & ~PIN_BITMASK = FF8F
The updated configuration is:Current_config is:FFFF
FFFF
Current_config is:FFFF
Input mux: 0x70
MOSI: FFFF
Current config is: FFFF
Updating configuration to: FFEF
CURRENT_CONFIG & ~PIN_BITMASK = FF8F
The updated configuration is:Current_config is:FFFF
FFFF
Current_config is:FFFF
Input mux: 0x70
MOSI: FFFF
Current config is: FFFF
Updating configuration to: FFFF
CURRENT_CONFIG & ~PIN_BITMASK = FF8F
Input mux: 0x70
MOSI: FFFF

No way to answer that without seeing your code.
If these messages come out of serial somewhere in your code (or a used library) these messages need to be produced.

But this is what you should do first :wink:

Hey I have tried that already but I am getting the same result. Also, as I said, it never came before I updated to v1.4.4 with the same application firmware

That might be a side effect of something else where your code (or a library) now reacts differently compared to a previous device OS but still caused by the application firmware - as said earlier, this is all a matter of guessing without seeing the code.

If this were a device OS log it would be coming out in a different format and would also require your code to instantiate a SerialLogHandler.

Ok got it. I will poke my code to see if something pops up!