> I'll have a look at it, in the meantime is the offending gauges page 
available publicly?

Thanks that would be great. You can see the rtg data file here:

sinkingsensation.com/live_data/live_data.json

The regular reports are here:

sinkingsensation.com/weather

Let me know if you need any other data or tests.







On Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 6:41:32 PM UTC-7, gjr80 wrote:
>
> Alec,
>
> That being said it should not be affected by the record generation 
> setting, the rtgd extension just runs off the loop packets though there may 
> be some optimisations in there that are misbehaving. I'll have a look at 
> it, in the meantime is the offending gauges page available publicly?
>
> Gary
>
> On Friday, 13 April 2018 06:13:24 UTC+10, Alec Bennett wrote:
>>
>> My weather station is in an area with unstable power and internet, and I 
>> found that often after an internet outage I'd need to clear the console 
>> memory on my Vantage Pro2 before it would start sending data again. I 
>> switched over to the software record generation 
>> (record_generation=software) and haven't had an outage in months now. 
>>
>> The only problem I'm having now is with the real time gauge (RTG) 
>> extension's daily maximum and minimum stats. For example the day's maximum 
>> wind gust (wgustTM), daily maximum temperature (tempTH), and daily minimum 
>> temperature (tempTL) are all locked on some data in the past. 
>>
>> However the reports generated by the cheetah engine have the correct 
>> daily maximums and minimums. 
>>
>> Before I dig farther into the RTG, I was wondering if anyone might have 
>> some insight off-hand?
>>
>>
>>

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