Yep, one to keep in the back of your mind if you own a Davis station. Any
power interruptions, unplugging etc and weeWX appears to be working but the
displayed data is not updating then chances are it is corrupted station
memory. Sometimes you can recover your data from the logger, sometimes not.
On Wednesday, 14 February 2018 11:00:12 UTC+10, JE Norton wrote:
> Thanks Gary, just what I needed, someone with more knowledge of the User's
> Guide. Thanks for saving me a bunch of time! I unplugged the console, took
> the batteries out and reversed these steps. Boom, back in business. I took
> your suggestion of changing the interval. I reset it to 10 minutes.
> On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 8:01:12 PM UTC-7, gjr80 wrote:
>> Data is great but logs are better :) Quite possible you have corrupt
>> station memory (have a look here
>> <http://weewx.com/docs/usersguide.htm#html_generated_but_not_updated> in
>> the User's Guide), not uncommon when disconnecting/interrupting power to a
>> Davis station. If you want to take a punt and don't mind losing any records
>> in your station memory, you can clear the console memory using wee_device
>> <http://weewx.com/docs/hardware.htm#vantage_clear_console_memory>. If
>> you don't want to take such drastic action you can check the logs first, in
>> weewx.conf you set debug=1, save weewx.conf then stop/start weeWX. Let
>> it run for a couple of archive periods (appears you have a 30 minute
>> archive period from your data) then post the log.
>> As an aside, if you want an archive interval somewhat less than 30
>> minutes, use wee_device to set the archive interval
>> <http://weewx.com/docs/hardware.htm#vantage_archive_interval46> as
>> required. Note that any use of wee_device must be done with weeWX
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