Thanks. Have removed the Fake Clock and associated data. Will stop/Start
Weewx and see what happens.
On Wednesday, 21 September 2016 16:43:32 UTC+1, Tom Keffer wrote:
> Looks like your RPi decided to reboot itself for some reason.
> One problem is that weewx is starting up before the system clock is being
> set by NTP. You should remove module fake-hwclock. See the Wiki Running
> weewx on a Raspberry Pi
> In any case, for whatever reason, weewx was unable to load the driver.
> This could be related to the clock problem, but I doubt it. Fix the clock
> problem and then see what happens.
> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 8:06 AM, Andy Harrold <aberdeengarden...@gmail.com
>> After finally getting my system up and running I keep getting
>> notifications from Wunderground that my system has stopped reporting.
>> A quick stop and start of the Weewx service sorts that out until the next
>> time, usually happens around 2-3 times a day.
>> I set Debug on today and looking at the Syslog & Debug log everything
>> seems to go haywire around 13:16.
>> I've attached the Syslog & Debug file, if you want me to just cut & Paste
>> in here I can, just ask.
>> I think it might have something to do with my wireless, or maybe the USB
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