I'll turn off rapid fire and see what the deal is. The WU uploads before
adding PWS today seemed intermittent, so maybe it was rapid fire causing
that. I'm also not getting any updated info on my local LAN http page. I've
done....something...lol. This is what happens when I fix what ain't broken!
I think I somehow moved the output file somewhere that was not the default
location in the setup guide.
We've got a decent set of storms happening here in the NW and I was trying
to get WU to upload data at quicker intervals. Suggestions?
On Friday, October 14, 2016 at 9:37:05 PM UTC-7, Andrew Milner wrote:
> Check your weewx log to see how often it is uploading to PWS. Quite often
> PWS and WU do not report in their tables all the uploads which they receive
> - for reasons known only to them!
> PWS and WU are entwined in some way as far as I recall. WU seek either
> rapidfire OR archive records according to their website, but not both.
> Weewx can only supply rapidfire for weatherstations that provide full data
> in all LOOP records (eg Davis), and is not suitable for weather stations
> which emit partial packets at the present time.
> On Saturday, 15 October 2016 06:38:07 UTC+3, Tim Phillips wrote:
>> Weewx is reporting to PWS every 10 minutes, where when I first set it up
>> a few hours ago it was every 5 minutes. Any ideas what's going on here? I
>> should note I also have it set to report to WUnderground and is set to
>> Rapid Fire, in case that's an issue.
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