As far as I am aware weewx has NEVER filled in holes in the data, it has
always just added onto the end of the current database from the time of the
last timestamp in the database up to the current time.
wunderfixer is a utility which WILL fill in holes in the data at
wunderground if it finds there is data in the database which is not in
wunderground, and wee_import could be used to fill database holes from
external sources such as WU.
As to why February 3rd keeps getting skipped - that is a mystery that could
possibly be solved by running a different debug level - but you need an
'expert' to say which level would yield the most productive output during
the catchup process.
Hope you get it sorted.
On Monday, 5 February 2018 11:06:31 UTC+2, Juan Antonio Mosquera wrote:
> Ok, gracias,
> Esto antes no me pasaba, en la watson (con versiones anteriores de weewx)
> siempre que iniciaba guardaba en la DB de weewx los registros que no había
> guardado (y también los enviaba a wunderground,awekas...). Ahora no pasa,
> no se si es por WMR300, pero la raspberry era la misma.
> Revisaré los datos de WMR300 para verificar si existen esos datos.
> Saludos y gracias.
> El lunes, 5 de febrero de 2018, 7:40:03 (UTC+1), Andrew Milner escribió:
>> And you are 100% certain there the data for 2nd and 3rd and 4th is in the
>> seems very strange!!!
>> I can think of no way that weewx could miss just one day of data but get
>> the data for the days each side!!!!
>> I am sorry, but I have no more ideas - you will have to wait for matthew
>> or someone else to give their opinions and advice or make comments
>> On Monday, 5 February 2018 08:12:57 UTC+2, Juan Antonio Mosquera wrote:
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