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    garyt72
    @garyt72
    Wondering if you can suggest anything else I check - Stopped receiving data from my Access about 2 days ago. The Access is online, and receiving data from the sensors, and the "server" is set to the IP Address for the Acuparse server....
    I did a power cycle on the Access, and also did a factory reset on the Access and validated that the server is still set to to the IP Address for the Acuparse server on the local network.
    Maxwell Power
    @maxwellpower
    Replied in the issue. If you want to troubleshoot with a box in the cloud, let me know. Can discuss here in a PM or in the issue.
    56kz2slow
    @56kz2slow
    Hi. New Ubuntu install fresh from this morning. The install went pretty flawlessly, but it won't display live data. I think I know why. On the Sensor settings page, I put in the MAC address of the Access. However, I cannot locate the 5 in 1 Station ID. I looked on the outside of the 5 in 1 unit and inside the battery compartment, and it's not in either place. If I sign-in to MyAcurite, they only show me the MAC for the Access, but not the station ID. Do any of you know where I can find it?
    56kz2slow
    @56kz2slow
    I don't know how many users have a USB camera instead of IP based. For those that do, it's easy to comment out the wget command that gets the data from an IP camera, and use fswebcam instead to capture an image. I tested and it works good.
    56kz2slow
    @56kz2slow
    Been 24 hours, I really like it. I see why Maxwell, that you have yours set to capture images every 15 minutes. I put my cronjob every minute as it's how I had setup my standalone webcam to do smoother timelapses. However, convert is really CPU intensive when trying to stitch up 1000+ images into a .gif towards the end of the day. Got several alerts CPU core temperature above threshold LOL. I commented out the convert for now. I might move it to a separate job and just run it once at the end of the day. Something I've been meaning to do on my standalone, but never got around to it is to start the timelapse 1 hour before sunrise and stop one hour after. Now that I have that data, I might experiment more with that. You opened up a new world to me.
    56kz2slow
    @56kz2slow
    Did I setup something wrong? My weather archive is showing the same data as during the first couple of hours before my PWS data got picked up. It's showing lots data for December 31st, 20:00. Check: https://weather.patenteux.page/archive
    garyt72
    @garyt72
    I think I'm starting to suffer from too much data. I'm starting to see issue with loading the acuparse page is taking up to a minute to load, and seeing MySQL at >= 100% CPU for sometimes more than a minute at a time. Could this be because trimming isn't working? I noticed that I had it turned off, but turned it on 4-5 days ago, but still seeing 120-180k+ rows in the individual tables and > 1.6m rows in tower_data. What does the trim process do? Is it something that I could run manually to clean up the DB in hopes of improving performance? Running on Ubuntu 18.04 / MySQL 5.7.28
    Flavio Moritz
    @flaviomoritz_twitter
    Hi. While accessing the smarthub IP with a browser, the bottom of the page shows "updating firmware, please wait..." for each and every sensor. Does this means that this smarthub is gone forever? No chances to use it with acuparse?
    Rob11-11
    @Rob11-11

    All,

    Wondering if anyone has had a similar issue. I've installed and have been using Acuparse since Feb of last year....it been running perfect every since!

    Yesterday evening, I noticed my https://www.wunderground.com/ site was offline. So I tried ssh'ing into the pi on my home network. No response....I then rebooted it (power unplug) waited for a bootup but still noting.

    I then took the pi and hooked it up to a monitor/keyboard to see what was going on...the pi is booting but it boots into

    Raspbian GNU/Linux 7 raspberrypi tty1

    raspberrypi login:

    The default password (which i never changed) does not work - User name Pi - PW Raspberry

    The Pi is also not connecting to my home WiFi as it's not pingable and not showing up in my router (has a static IP as per the install docs).

    I am running on a 64 Gb SSD card....could be out of space? I have not yet tried to give my laptop a static IP - same as the smarthub and plug directly into the ethernet port.

    Thanks in advance.

    Rob.

    Terry Lightner
    @tlightne_gitlab
    I am a newbie to Acuparse and trying to complete the install. Is there any documentation for Dummies?? I am at the point where it is asking for an FQDN where is that come from? Thanks
    Terry Lightner
    @tlightne_gitlab
    I finally have Acuparse up and running but the values are not updating on the web page.
    Terry Lightner
    @tlightne_gitlab
    Well I give up. I am sure this software is a great product however there is no documentation to help us that are not as technical as others when the install goes bad. I did get to setup an account but when I entered the database password in the account setup it crashed the database and I can not get back into the account setup.
    Terry Lightner
    @tlightne_gitlab
    I will try it one more time on a clean install of Debian. I need to alter the PI networking setup after the install of Debian system. Correct then run wget https://gitlab.com/acuparse/installer/raw/master/install && sudo bash install | tee ~/acuparse.log and take the defaults except the acuparse database password. I can enter a password of my choice. Then enter my pi ip address in a chrome tab and setup my account and configure the other tabs.
    Terry Lightner
    @tlightne_gitlab
    It took my acuparse database password and I am up to the point where I add an administrator account: userid= anything I want? email= a valid email address I use? Password = anything I set or acuparse database password? Sorry to bother you with all this but I really want to get this running.
    Terry Lightner
    @tlightne_gitlab
    Ok It is configured and running however I am not getting data from the Access. It appears something is assigning
    an ip address of 192.168.6.92. If I ping 192.168.6.1 I get proper response back from the Access. Below is a screen copy of the syslog. Any hints...
    Mar 2 22:15:01 raspberrypi acuparse(2.10.0-release): (SYSTEM)[ERROR]: OFFLINE: not receiving data from the Access/smartHUB.
    Mar 2 22:15:14 raspberrypi dnsmasq-dhcp[495]: DHCPDISCOVER(eth0) 24:c8:6e:0a:50:62
    Mar 2 22:15:14 raspberrypi dnsmasq-dhcp[495]: DHCPOFFER(eth0) 192.168.6.92 24:c8:6e:0a:50:62
    Mar 2 22:15:14 raspberrypi dnsmasq-dhcp[495]: DHCPREQUEST(eth0) 192.168.6.92 24:c8:6e:0a:50:62
    Mar 2 22:15:14 raspberrypi dnsmasq-dhcp[495]: DHCPACK(eth0) 192.168.6.92 24:c8:6e:0a:50:62 W550-0A5062
    Mar 2 22:15:15 raspberrypi dhcpcd[393]: wlan0: Router Advertisement from fe80::6238:e0ff:fea5:a184
    Mar 2 22:15:31 raspberrypi dhcpcd[393]: wlan0: Router Advertisement from fe80::6238:e0ff:fea5:a184
    Mar 2 22:15:47 raspberrypi dhcpcd[393]: wlan0: Router Advertisement from fe80::6238:e0ff:fea5:a184
    Mar 2 22:16:01 raspberrypi CRON[25145]: (root) CMD (php /opt/acuparse/cron/cron.php > /opt/acuparse/logs/cron.log 2>&1)
    Mar 2 22:16:01 raspberrypi acuparse(2.10.0-release): (SYSTEM)[ERROR]: OFFLINE: not receiving data from the Access/smartHUB.
    Mar 2 22:17:01 raspberrypi CRON[25160]: (root) CMD (php /opt/acuparse/cron/cron.php > /opt/acuparse/logs/cron.log 2>&1)
    Mar 2 22:17:01 raspberrypi CRON[25161]: (root) CMD ( cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.hourly)
    Mar 2 22:17:01 raspberrypi acuparse(2.10.0-release): (SYSTEM)[ERROR]: OFFLINE: not receiving data from the Access/smartHUB.
    Mar 2 22:17:10 raspberrypi dhcpcd[393]: wlan0: Router Advertisement from fe80::6238:e0ff:fea5:a184
    Mar 2 22:18:01 raspberrypi CRON[25208]: (root) CMD (php /opt/acuparse/cron/cron.php > /opt/acuparse/logs/cron.log 2>&1)
    Mar 2 22:18:01 raspberrypi acuparse(2.10.0-release): (SYSTEM)[ERROR]: OFFLINE: not receiving data from the Access/smartHUB.