Regards the incorrect station URLs that may have been posted, as long as 
you now have the correct station URL in weewx.conf don't worry about the 
old ones, they will disappear in due course (as long as you don't use any 
of the incorrect URLs in weewx.conf again).

As for your correct station URL, once you have it entered in weewx.conf 
(and have saved weewx.conf) restart WeeWX and check the log from startup 
and find the first report cycle, you should see something like this in your 

Mar 12 19:00:16 cockatoo weewx-vantage[18954] INFO weewx.restx: 
StationRegistry: Published record 2020-03-12 19:00:00 AEST (1584003600)

which indicates your URL has been published. Not sure how long it takes to 
appear though.

Certainly no need to reinstall, you must be thinking of Windows :)


On Thursday, 26 March 2020 14:14:17 UTC+10, beachboy wrote:
> I had a couple of errors in the station_url in weewx.conf when I 
> originally setup weewx. I was able to correct the first error (the 
> directory at the web site) which may have registered a second station (see 
> below). To correct the second error (the dot after www) I tried changing 
> station_url again to the correct value and again had weewx reread conf 
> (kill -HUP <pid>). But this change does not appear on the weewx map.
> The set up process was not easy as my wmr200 was providing incorrect 
> historical data and it took some effort to find and change the 
> erase_archive parameter) And I tried to set up on both a mac and rpi before 
> I got a valid installation so many methods were tried which also may have 
> left some residue i.e. that may be where the duplicate stations came from.
> I am hoping for a less drastic solution than *Reinstall* so any suggestion 
> are welcome.
> Thanks

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