These are chat archives for nightscout/intend-to-bolus

28th
Feb 2017
Terri Lyman
@tatigger
Feb 28 2017 00:25
:(
JELCRAWFORD
@JELCRAWFORD
Feb 28 2017 00:31
@PopcornPam_twitter I'm assuming you are not putting your loop on a child? We are very happy to have 2 'loopable' pumps - 1 of them went for a swim.... In the end, it was a brief swim and it recovered and is working fine after a few days in a bag of desiccant packages. I think kids may be somewhat harder on equipment than adults - though I don't know, perhaps some of the adults here have taken their pumps swimming too!
Terri Lyman
@tatigger
Feb 28 2017 00:33
LOL, I have been known to need replacements of every pump brand I have owned. For , ah, incidents
JELCRAWFORD
@JELCRAWFORD
Feb 28 2017 00:37
By way of an FYI - I thought I'd shout out a thank you to @danamlewis and @scottleibrand - DS has had a gastro illness of some nastyness over the past 48 hours. The vomiting started while we were treating a low, in the middle of the night on Saturday. We were successful in sorting that, gave a dose of zoforan. Since then, limited vomiting, practically no eating and a change in ISF from between 2.8-4 to a 7.1-7.5!!! All the while, OpenAPS working away making adjustments - BG VERY nicely in range (we did immediately move up a touch from our tighter range of usual for a bit more cushion). So again big thanks to Scott and Dana and all those of you who've gone before (and have figured out how to do PR's!) I do maintain though, he is much easier to manage when we don't let him eat or move around too much :smile:
@tatigger - ahh... I see - we will still have to manage the 'unfortunate incidents' for some time then :)
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 00:38
@JELCRAWFORD boo for stomach bugs, yay for keeping BG in range despite sickness!!!!!
Ps - when starts eating again, do minimal meal boluses to start and let AMA pick up as needed, absorption is drastically different for a few days post stomache nonsense
JELCRAWFORD
@JELCRAWFORD
Feb 28 2017 00:40
good advice - we were thinking bolusing would be different - today, such limited eating meant we let AMA do it (or maybe just the pancreas - he never went above an 8carb 'meal'. Will be cautious with bolusing though - thanks for that.
@danamlewis is there any documentation regarding how to manage time change - we are coming up on it and it was a bit of a disaster last time... (ok, disaster may be a strong word, but in the middle of the night to have stuff go down, it seems like one!)
feraridurango
@feraridurango
Feb 28 2017 00:43
openaps-device: error: unrecognized arguments: port = /dev/ttyACMO radio_type = subg_rfspy 663419 US
Can't add pump
663419 = 12345 port = /dev/ttyACMO radio_type = subg_rfspy
Eric
@ecc1
Feb 28 2017 00:44
that's ACM0 (zero), not O
always copy and paste if possible, don't retype and introduce new bugs
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 00:45
Remind me how much time change? For small (2-3 hour) time changes i don't bother changing ...if you were to change, you'll want to pick a time when you've got some time to troubleshoot, not while on the go. @JELCRAWFORD
JELCRAWFORD
@JELCRAWFORD
Feb 28 2017 00:45
Sorry DST
I think we might have been using NS only and started the looping right after the switch as we were unsure about the impact of time change... Maybe this is sorted with OpenAPS - I'm sure @jmcrawford will pipe up any minute about it :)
feraridurango
@feraridurango
Feb 28 2017 00:48
@ecc1 thank you ! now I got this Checking for BT Mac, BT Peb or Shareble Checking openaps dev installation openaps 0.2.0-dev Removing any existing pump device: removed medtronic://pump usage: openaps-device [-h] {add,remove,show} ... openaps-device: error: unrecognized arguments: port = /dev/ttyACM0 radio_type = subg_rfspy 663419 US Can't add pump
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 00:53
@JELCRAWFORD best rule of thumb is change all the things or don't change anything ;)
JELCRAWFORD
@JELCRAWFORD
Feb 28 2017 00:55
At what time do you change? - I guess going backward (fall DST) is maybe trickier than forward (spring) - in the fall we were unsure because we were going to ask the system to do another hour that already had data collected for it (ie repeating 11-12pm for example). In the spring, we will just skip an hour - presumably not tricky in terms of database.
jcorbett80
@jcorbett80
Feb 28 2017 00:58
@danamlewis Hi Dana. Up and running on openAps with bluetooth tetherd closed system. So far so good for just starting. However so i can learn what is happening (I am visual and hands on learner) how do i access preferences.json file so i can see what each setting is? not looking to change anything yet but need to "see" to learn.
jcorbett80
@jcorbett80
Feb 28 2017 01:13
@danamlewis lol saw that. i can't open the file to view it
missing something somewhere on how
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 01:14
@JELCRAWFORD oh, for savings time? Usually whenever we wake up and notice it's not working ;) but you can just do it before going to bed that night . Biggest thing as you noted is NS display will be funky , and depends on where you're getting CGM data from if it'll loop or not. Plugging in CGM to rig and ignoring Nightscout is best way to ensure looping for a time change like that. If you want to look at NS, it's more complicated.
fjungman
@fjungman
Feb 28 2017 01:14
With the death of Pebble last December, what is the smartwatch of choice for integration with OpenAPS, IFTTT, etc? I just got IFTTT working on the kid's watch, but it has the screen problem (fixes didn't work). I don't want to invest in a dead ecosystem...
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 01:15
@jcorbett80 scroll down to the bottom of the page ;)
@fjungman I still think pebble is worth using
Bought a HR2 two months ago on that note. If mine dies I'll probably buy another as long as it still works at that point
Terri Lyman
@tatigger
Feb 28 2017 01:18
@fjungman would you be willing to send me the syntax you are using for IFTTT? I couldn't get it to work. And do you use through nightscout? or directly to the rig?
jcorbett80
@jcorbett80
Feb 28 2017 01:19
@danamlewis don't worry...i already called myself stupid. Thank you. read everything but the instructions
Terri Lyman
@tatigger
Feb 28 2017 01:19
LOL, @jcorbett80 they just go on and on and on....and I still need a 12 hour workshop to get it.
jcorbett80
@jcorbett80
Feb 28 2017 01:20
@tatigger ;)
fjungman
@fjungman
Feb 28 2017 01:22
@tatigger Sure, I can send you what I did. I followed the instructions on the IFTTT page of the OpenAPS guide. I'll PM you the info...
Terri Lyman
@tatigger
Feb 28 2017 01:23
Thank you @fjungman. I tried to follow it, but I must have been having a senior moment. Well, maybe a senior weekend.
LOL
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 01:23
We can't win ;) "why aren't there docs for this" "there's too many docs" :smile: #OpenAPSerproblems
(Teasing)
Terri Lyman
@tatigger
Feb 28 2017 01:24
LOL, @danamlewis the more the better!
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 01:24
@jcorbett80 PRs welcome to make it more clear :smile:
@tatigger :+1: :smile:
jcorbett80
@jcorbett80
Feb 28 2017 01:25
@danamlewis I don't think more clear is the issue. Make the idiot read to the bottom of the page is more the issue. i read through every description over and over but never read the last small section.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 01:26
Heh. Definitely not an idiot. But seriously, - if there are more clear headers, etc. that would help, that's what PRs are for :smile:
jcorbett80
@jcorbett80
Feb 28 2017 01:30
@danamlewis I am working through the steps it took to get my edison to setup correctly. I did one secion in the main docs then had to grab part from the meowlink docs then back to main readme. If I followed all of either it failed. I am writing it up so i can look at it clearly and make sure. Then i will reflash and reload following it. i am usimg win10 with jubliniux install and putty. I think it would be easier to simply say if you have a windows machine follow this: instead of jumiping thoug the 3 ways for each step. I will let ya'll look at it and decide
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 01:31
:+1: that section need tons of love so PRs there are even more welcomed :smile:
jcorbett80
@jcorbett80
Feb 28 2017 01:32
@danamlewis been on this machine and fb most of the day...going to grab a bite. will be back in the am. Thank you for the help!!
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 01:35
:+1:
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Feb 28 2017 02:25
@JELCRAWFORD loop is for me, but I am that person that pays insurance for every electronic I every buy, and always get my moneys worth on it. So there is no way to change the firm ware on a medtronic?
Terri Lyman
@tatigger
Feb 28 2017 02:32
Not yet @PopcornPam_twitter but if you figure out how.....
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 02:40
No, firmware downgrading isn't really an option. Keeping a backup pump, even if it's not loopable, is a good idea.
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Feb 28 2017 02:53
Well, one pump for looping and one for donating to t1d's in Haiti aint so bad. Anyone have an idea of a use for a medtronic 508?
sdneufer
@sdneufer
Feb 28 2017 03:18
@tim2000s Well... no upload errors, however ns-status.json is empty on the edison.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 03:25
@feraridurango are you using the oref0-setup script?
feraridurango
@feraridurango
Feb 28 2017 03:26
cd && ~/src/oref0/bin/oref0-setup.sh
@danamlewis
feraridurango
@feraridurango
Feb 28 2017 03:35
do I have to install mmeowlink ? all I did was flash the TI stick
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 03:47
You need to rerun the setup script and delete old cron and tell it your port and all that
That will install mmeowlink for you
feraridurango
@feraridurango
Feb 28 2017 03:49
yeah that worked thank goodness thank you ! @danamlewis
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 03:50
:+1:
Tim Mecklem
@tmecklem
Feb 28 2017 04:06
I’m seeing unusually high COB after last carbs entered was 6 hours ago. Where should I look to troubleshoot?
Last carbs entered were 125g at 5:25pm (it’s now 11:07pm here), and COB is 71. Shouldn’t it be 0?
carbs activity/absorption rate is set to 20g/hour
Tim Mecklem
@tmecklem
Feb 28 2017 04:18
In the last 5 minutes it went from 69 COB to 8.9. I feel like I’m not sure how any of that side of things works and I’m getting questions about it.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 04:32
@tmecklem to start the trouble shooting - how are you usually entering carbs? And do you do mixed method (some online, some in pump, or not)?
Tim Mecklem
@tmecklem
Feb 28 2017 04:32
These carbs were entered through Loop (we’re doing a hybrid thing at the moment, to make things difficult)
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 04:32
Ahhhh
But a few things: carb absorption rate is not fixed if you're using AMA , it's dynamic based on observed absorption
There is a fix in dev to deal w different time stamps carb entries...not sure if that would fix what you're seeing or if there's something else going on
Tim Mecklem
@tmecklem
Feb 28 2017 04:35
so, would it assume carbs on board if bg is rising?
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 04:36
(There's also a known issue if you enter carbs on pump but have Loop app going, Loop double uploads, but that doesn't sound like the issue here)
It's more sophisticated than that, but it's looking at what's expected to happen based on the insulin activity time vs carb peak time, etc. and that's going to determine how carbs decay dynamically based on the fusion of that plus the observed BG outcomes based on what's expected to happen
And at some point the carbs time out, so that might be what you just saw.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 04:39
Im getting an error that has a lot of wording but says "No space left on device" what would one do to correct this issue?
Tim Mecklem
@tmecklem
Feb 28 2017 04:39
That makes sense.
jmcrawford
@jmcrawford
Feb 28 2017 04:39
@ejoe132 From your OpenAPS directory, run "du -sm .git"
If it comes back with some large number, you'll need to delete it.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 04:40
@jmcrawford ok Ill run that and see what it comes back with
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 04:41
(That would be a good one to pr into the troubleshooting pages somewhere - not sure it's documented)
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 04:42
it just said "1 .git"
Tim Mecklem
@tmecklem
Feb 28 2017 04:42
I think I have a base to build from in my mental model now. Thanks @danamlewis
Will try to eliminate some of the variables tomorrow and see what happens.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Feb 28 2017 04:43
Also something that I don't think is written up in plain language well enough, and maybe worth PRing in, in case you feel like it :smile:
Cool, and let us know if it still does something funky and we can try the dev fix for you to sort and see if that resolves or if something else
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 04:44
So what does it mean if Im not getting a big number but just getting 1?
jmcrawford
@jmcrawford
Feb 28 2017 04:45
Then your .git directory isn't the problem, something else is using up all the space. Check /var/log/ and /var/log/openaps for large logfiles.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 04:47
would that be the keyed terms to enter ?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 04:47
cd / and then du -sh * | grep [0-9][0-9][0-9]M to see what is biggest
That will print out all directories 100MB or larger. Some should be big, but it will narrow down the search.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 04:52
@scottleibrand Im getting a message that says that file doesnt exist, Im running that after cd into my openaps directory
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 04:55
Please paste in the exact command, and then paste back what you entered and the output you got...
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 04:58
@scottleibrand root@al1:~/edisonone# cd / du -sh * | grep [0-9][0-9][0-9]M
root@al1:~/edisonone#
Seems as though it isnt doing anything with it, maybe entering it wrong?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 05:00
Those need to be two different commands. Or you can do them together by doing cd /; du -sh * | grep [0-9][0-9][0-9]M
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 05:05
@scottleibrand
root@al1:~# cd /
root@al1:/# du -sh * | grep [0-9][0-9][0-9]M
784M home
du: cannot access ‘proc/290’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/427/task/427/fd/4’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/427/task/427/fdinfo/4’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/427/fd/4’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/427/fdinfo/4’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/430’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/434’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/445’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/452’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/455’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/501’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/502’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/513’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/518’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/536’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/539’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/541’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘proc/545’: No such file or directory
Thats what I got. So got something by splitting, haha still not what Im looking for I dont think
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 05:08
The first line is what you want to know: your /home directory is almost 800MB.
So now you cd /home (instead of cd /) and do it again to see what is full in there.
Then cd into that directory and repeat until you find the offending subdirectory.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 05:10
@scottleibrand But what Im I looking for? Something that is close to 800mb?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 05:11
At that point if it's a directory like .git you can just remove it, or if it's a directory you need, do ls -laS to see which individual files are too big.
Yeah, you're looking for the biggest nonessential directory (or file) so you can delete it.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 05:14
@scottleibrand root@al1:/# cd/home
-bash: cd/home: No such file or directory
root@al1:/#
So it says there isnt a file named home
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 05:15
Please don't type things in manually. Copy and paste them.
It's saying you typo'd and left out the space.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 05:15
ok ill try copy and paste
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 05:16
Computers are extremely literal. :smile:
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 05:18
@scottleibrand yes as im learning more and more I find that haha
@scottleibrand root@al1:~# cd /home
root@al1:/home# du -sh * | grep [0-9][0-9][0-9]M
root@al1:/home#
So its just returning back to the title, is that what you were saying to input? cd home then try the other bit again?
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 05:30
@scottleibrand Ok I tried that other command you listed and got this: root@al1:/home# ls -laS
total 32
drwx------ 2 root root 16384 Dec 31 19:01 lost+found
drwxr-xr-x 5 root root 4096 Dec 31 19:01 .
drwxr-xr-x 22 root root 4096 Dec 31 19:04 ..
drwxr-xr-x 2 edison users 4096 Dec 31 19:01 edison
drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 4096 Dec 31 19:01 .rootfs
root@al1:/home#
Not sure it that helps at all but thought it could
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 05:48
Maybe du -sh .* | grep [0-9][0-9][0-9]M from /home ? The added . will show hidden directories too.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 05:52
@scottleibrand ok ill give it a try
@scottleibrand Ok I think that found it: root@al1:/home# du -sh .* | grep [0-9][0-9][0-9]M
784M .
du: cannot access ‘../proc/29819/task/29819/fd/4’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘../proc/29819/task/29819/fdinfo/4’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘../proc/29819/fd/4’: No such file or directory
du: cannot access ‘../proc/29819/fdinfo/4’: No such file or directory
root@al1:/home#
@scottleibrand So would that be indicating that 784mb is from a hidden file? denoted by the "."
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 05:56
Hmm. The . there means "current directory".
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 05:57
Oh ok. So its the home directory?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 05:57
Maybe it's split across multiple directories in /home somehow? Try du -sh * | grep [0-9][0-9]M to look for anything 10M or larger.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 05:58
do that in /home?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 05:58
Or just du -h to see them all. Ya.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 06:03
@scottleibrand Tried just du -h and got:
root@al1:~# du -h
8.0K ./.npm/camelcase/3.0.0/package
16K ./.npm/camelcase/3.0.0
8.0K ./.npm/camelcase/2.1.1/package
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20K ./.npm/validate-npm-package-license/3.0.1
24K ./.npm/validate-npm-package-license
8.0K ./.npm/strip-bom/2.0.0/p
didnt see anything too huge in there
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 06:06
Looks like you ran that from ~ (which is /root I believe). Try that from /home, but maybe include the grep.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 06:16
@scottleibrand Ok it gave me a lot....: 32K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libopts25
48K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libwrap0
24K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libtext-charwidth-perl
32K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libdns100
788K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libdpkg-perl
12K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/geoip-database
188K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/install-info
124K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libexpat1-dev/expat.html
12K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libexpat1-dev/examples
164K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libexpat1-dev
8.0K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libmodule-signature-perl/examples
36K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libmodule-signature-perl
8.0K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/procps/examples
76K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/procps
56K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libtasn1-3
16K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libcloog-isl4
108K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libkrb5-3
92K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libpython3.4-minimal
84K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libsqlite3-0
20K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libnl-genl-3-200
12K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/python-ndg-httpsclient
16K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/node-block-stream
20K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libtext-template-perl
124K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/zlib1g-dev/examples
196K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/zlib1g-dev
92K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/curl
108K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/vim-common
16K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/node-osenv
92K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libcurl3
56K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/wpasupplicant/examples
192K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/wpasupplicant
48K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libpcsclite1
24K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libgdbm3
36K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/python3-minimal
104K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/vim-runtime
204K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/multiarch-support
16K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/node-delayed-stream
44K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libselinux1
20K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libparams-util-perl
12K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/gyp
32K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/python-requests
36K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/python3
16K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libsub-exporter-perl
32K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libsepol1
208K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libc-bin
20K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/python-urllib3
1.3M ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libglib2.0-data
28K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libacl1
208K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/bash
36K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/debconf
24K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/python-support
32K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/binutils/ld
40K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/binutils/bfd
36K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/binutils/gas
20K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/binutils/gprof
212K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/binutils
16K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/node-ini
16K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/node-form-data
44K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/jq
12K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/python-cffi
84K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/autoconf
372K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/python/faq
116K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/python/python-policy.html
564K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/python
36K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libpython3-stdlib
88K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libdbus-1-dev
16K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/node-graceful-fs
192K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libssl-dev
20K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/sudo/examples
424K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/sudo
96K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libkrb5support0
84K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/bsdutils
16K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/node-sha
88K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libdbus-1-3
48K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/gzip
24K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libedit2
120K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/nodejs-dev
40K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libfakeroot
20K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libjs-node-uuid
36K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libelfg0
16K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/node-lockfile
68K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/libical-dev
36K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/lsb-base
788K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/dpkg
12K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/ca-certificates/examples/ca-certificates-local/l ocal
8.0K ./.rootfs/usr/share/doc/ca-certificates/examples/ca-certifi
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 06:25
Hmm. I don't think that .rootfs belongs there. It seems to contain a full copy of your / file system for some reason. You could try a rm -rf /home/.rootfs/, but be ready to re-flash your Edison if that doesn't work.
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 06:34
@scottleibrand so would you do that in home?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 06:35
The way I wrote that command it could be run anywhere, as it specifies the fully qualified path to the directory (one starting with a /)
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 06:37
ok Ill give it a shot!
@scottleibrand This is all it did, :root@al1:~# cd /home
root@al1:/home# rm -rf /home/.rootfs/
root@al1:/home#
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 06:52
that may have taken out everything, cant ssh into it now
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 06:59
@scottleibrand thanks for the help tonight scott, I gotta call it a night and get some sleep. Thank you
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 07:02
Bummer. That was my only idea short of a re-flash, so gotta do that anyway I guess. 'Nite.
jmcrawford
@jmcrawford
Feb 28 2017 07:08
/home/.rootfs is a symlink to the whole world. Not sure why it's built that way, but it is.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 07:15
Ah. So removing it that way was a bad idea. Sorry!
Tim Street
@tim2000s
Feb 28 2017 07:50
So. A quick question to all loopers. Have you noticed any changes in hypo awareness as a result of looping?
Colin Lennon
@colinlennon
Feb 28 2017 09:19
@tim2000s I wouldn't say I have unawareness, but I don't get symptoms now until I hit around 3.9, whereas previously, I'd feel it at around 4.4. Probably to be expected as I'm spending far more time in the 4's and 5's now than before. I still get symptoms in plenty of time to be able to treat it, though. And, of course, hypos are a pretty rare occurence now, whereas before looping, I'd have 3-4 per week.
Tim Street
@tim2000s
Feb 28 2017 09:40
My experience is slightly different. I'm now feeling hypos at 4.0-4.2 whereas it was 3.8 before.
Colin Lennon
@colinlennon
Feb 28 2017 10:08
I was on MDI before I started OpenAPS though, not pump therapy. So I'd guess your control would've been better than mine. I only had a week or so of using a pump before starting to loop with it.
Chris Oattes
@cjo20
Feb 28 2017 13:01
The level I start to feel low has re-calibrated itself to be closer to 4
Tim Street
@tim2000s
Feb 28 2017 13:17
Where were you prior to that @cjo20 ?
Chris Oattes
@cjo20
Feb 28 2017 13:22
4.5ish
ejoe132
@ejoe132
Feb 28 2017 13:38
Whats the best tip when you cant ssh or serial into and get any response from an edison? Was working with scott last night and tried to delete some files and now Im getting no response from it at all
Cameron Renwick
@CamRenwick_twitter
Feb 28 2017 14:54
Hi everyone. I'm wondering if someone can confirm something for me. I'm just gathering the gear for my first rig. Along with a compatible pump, edison build, my android phone, and my current G4, if I build an xBridge will this function for use with nightscout? I don't have a dexcom receiver (my current pump is a vibe which acts as the receiver). Ultimately heading to closed loop, will the xBridge function to gather CGM data meaning I don't need the dexom receiver?
Matthias
@ceben80
Feb 28 2017 15:09
Yes you're right, xDrip can send directly BGs over the local IP network to the rig @CamRenwick_twitter
peterfulvi
@peterfulvi
Feb 28 2017 15:10
How do I get things back into sync this problem usually iRon's itself out but I haven't been
Able to upload to NS in 3hrs
'''
Starting pump-loop at Tue Feb 28 10:07:13 EST 2017:
Radio ok, Listening: .No pump comms detected from other rigs
MDT cgm data retrieved
MDT cgm data reformatted
Profile less than 60m old
glucose.json newer than temp_basal.json
Temp refreshed
{"carbs":0,"boluses":0,"mealCOB":0}
{"ratio":1.06}
BG data is too old (it's probably this), or clock set incorrectly.  The last BG data was read at Tue Feb 28 2017 08:18:00 GMT-0500 (EST) but your system time currently is Tue Feb 28 2017 10:08:35 GMT-0500 (EST)
determine-basal://text/shell/enact/suggested.json
reporting enact/suggested.json
{"reason":"BG data is too old (it's probably this), or clock set incorrectly.  The last BG data was read at Tue Feb 28 2017 08:18:00 GMT-0500 (EST) but your system time currently is Tue Feb 28 2017 10:08:35 GMT-0500 (EST)"}
{"reason":"BG data is too old (it's probably this), or clock set incorrectly.  The last BG data was read at Tue Feb 28 2017 08:18:00 GMT-0500 (EST) but your system time currently is Tue Feb 28 2017 10:08:35 GMT-0500 (EST)"}
Waiting for ntpd to synchronize... No!
ntpd did not synchronize.
Restarting ntp (via systemctl): ntp.service.
Waiting for ntpd to synchronize... No!
ntpd did not synchronize.
Setting system time to later of Tue Feb 28 10:08:49 EST 2017 or "2017-02-28T10:07:48-05:00":
Sorry I was trying to enter as code
Cameron Renwick
@CamRenwick_twitter
Feb 28 2017 15:15
@ceben80 perfect! thx...
Scorponok
@Scorponok
Feb 28 2017 15:56
@peterfulvi Are you using a medtronic CGM? Try calibrating
peterfulvi
@peterfulvi
Feb 28 2017 15:57
Yes ok thanks im sure its a minor glitch thanks
Scorponok
@Scorponok
Feb 28 2017 16:00
@peterfulvi That happens to us every few days, it seems like the pump decides it doesn't want to send any new data until you calibrate it
Even if the pump is displaying new data, it doesn't send it to the rig for some reason
peterfulvi
@peterfulvi
Feb 28 2017 17:00
Here is my wpa_sppp file
root@petersedison:~# cat-wifi
ctrl_interface=DIR=/var/run/wpa_supplicant GROUP=netdev
network={
       ssid="00S"
       psk="0000000"
}


 network={
       ssid="0000"
       psk="000000"

 }



}
am i missing anything
here is the error in the networklogs
Stopping networking (via systemctl): networking.service.
Starting networking (via systemctl): networking.service.
and getting new wlan0 IP
At Tue Feb 28 11:54:01 EST 2017 my local IP is:
At Tue Feb 28 11:54:01 EST 2017, my wifi network name is off/any, and my public IP is:
Error, cycling networking
Stopping networking (via systemctl): networking.service.
Starting networking (via systemctl): networking.service.

At Tue Feb 28 11:54:32 EST 2017, my wifi network name is off/any, and my public IP is:
At Tue Feb 28 11:54:32 EST 2017 my public IP is:
Error, connecting BT to B6:E4:20:F7:1F:54, getting bnep0 IP
Michael Maniscalco
@gtscalco_twitter
Feb 28 2017 17:03
FYI - your config file is malformed. You should remove that last }
peterfulvi
@peterfulvi
Feb 28 2017 17:14
thats what i thought
Diabetic_Dude
@diabetic_dude_twitter
Feb 28 2017 17:21
where can I find the network logs? what is the path?
(on an edison w/ Jubilinux)
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 18:09
@ejoe132 you'll need to re-flash your edison at this point.
@diabetic_dude_twitter /var/log/openaps/network.log
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 18:14
@peterfulvi all of this stuff has to be exactly right. Computers are extremely literal. A "typos are ok" approach is going to give you all kinds of problems, so you need to double or triple check everything you put in. Gitter is actually good practice for making sure you get things right before you go trying to make changes to a system that doses lethal medication. So I would make a particular effort there as well. Review what you type before sending it, and learn how to edit and correct things when you notice a mistake. Those are the same things you have to be able to do on a rig.
Diabetic_Dude
@diabetic_dude_twitter
Feb 28 2017 18:43
cd\
oops
is there a way to set up an edison to use BLE ask opposed to wifi?
Geoff Aumaugher
@geoffro10
Feb 28 2017 18:53
Anyone else experiencing Heroku being down?
Diabetic_Dude
@diabetic_dude_twitter
Feb 28 2017 18:53
@geoffro10 mine is up and running
@fezulin that looks like it may work but I am not there yet in the instructions
fezulin
@fezulin
Feb 28 2017 18:54
@geoffro10 my heroku is running, too
Geoff Aumaugher
@geoffro10
Feb 28 2017 18:54
Hmmm.... I can't even login.
Michael Maniscalco
@gtscalco_twitter
Feb 28 2017 18:55
AWS is having serious problems. Guessing some Heroku instances are going to be impacted
Diabetic_Dude
@diabetic_dude_twitter
Feb 28 2017 18:55
still at the setting up the basic stuff
dan lightner
@danimaniac
Feb 28 2017 18:55
@geoffro10 Heroku is down for me, too. I was in the middle of deploying NightScout...
fezulin
@fezulin
Feb 28 2017 18:56
@diabetic_dude_twitter To be honest: I tried to change from wifi to bluetooth, but I did not yet have success.
Diabetic_Dude
@diabetic_dude_twitter
Feb 28 2017 18:56
:(
anyone here using an iphone as a hotspot?
fezulin
@fezulin
Feb 28 2017 18:59
@diabetic_dude_twitter I know for sure, that it does work with bluetooth.
Geoff Aumaugher
@geoffro10
Feb 28 2017 18:59
@gtscalco_twitter , @danimaniac Thanks... I'll just keep an eye on it.
Diabetic_Dude
@diabetic_dude_twitter
Feb 28 2017 19:08
ctrl_interface=DIR=/var/run/wpa_supplicant GROUP=netdev
network={
    ssid="The_Point_5G"
    psk="****"
}

network={
    ssid="The_Point"
    psk="****"
}

network={
    ssid="James's iPhone"
    psk="****"
}
~
does that look correct for setting up 3 wireless networks ?
fjungman
@fjungman
Feb 28 2017 19:22
Bragging time! I don't do this much, but I'm so friggin' happy with the "ambulatory loop"!!! This is using the RiledUp board, and he is 48 hours into using it, and at 9am he was at his first day of his internship, not worrying about BGs. It goes well over 24 hours on the 2200mAhr battery. I'll get more info on that once I have it running a couple more days. This should be similar results to anyone using the Explorer board.
NOTE after using the scripts to install, I set the cron job to run every five minutes, instead of every minute, which should help power consumption significantly.
Diabetic_Dude
@diabetic_dude_twitter
Feb 28 2017 19:33
I had to host images on a place like photobucket and then post it
also I did not see the image just an FYI @fjungman
fjungman
@fjungman
Feb 28 2017 19:38
pic of BG history
peterfulvi
@peterfulvi
Feb 28 2017 19:42
Heroku is down for me also
Aaron Francis
@aarondfrancis
Feb 28 2017 19:42
much of the internet is down right now
Image attachments in gitter seem to reply on s3 which is def having issues
oh, @gtscalco_twitter beat me to it
Michael Maniscalco
@gtscalco_twitter
Feb 28 2017 19:44
I like your news source better ;)
fjungman
@fjungman
Feb 28 2017 19:45
Ok, thanks all!!! I saw that IFTTT was down 'cause of Amazon being down. I guess this is bigger than just that...
Matthias
@ceben80
Feb 28 2017 19:46
haha - my son was not amused here in Germany, wants to look Amazon Prime TV...service down - global outage?!
fjungman
@fjungman
Feb 28 2017 19:47
This is a big enough outage to make the 6:00 news.
Matthias
@ceben80
Feb 28 2017 19:49
I don't care - my loop is running w/o internet :smile:
Geoff Aumaugher
@geoffro10
Feb 28 2017 19:54
@ceben80 Are you using the xDrip+ offline option?
Matthias
@ceben80
Feb 28 2017 19:56
@geoffro10 yupp
did you read in rtd?
quite easy
Geoff Aumaugher
@geoffro10
Feb 28 2017 19:58
@ceben80 Very briefly... the kid wants to try it out and is more motivated to do so now with this AWS outage.
Matthias
@ceben80
Feb 28 2017 20:00
so great to have BGs from xdrip in the same local network, no internet required
running since several months
Geoff Aumaugher
@geoffro10
Feb 28 2017 20:00
Great.... I'll check it out soon. Thanks!
Matthias
@ceben80
Feb 28 2017 20:02
in case of questions come back to me :wink:
Geoff Aumaugher
@geoffro10
Feb 28 2017 20:04
Will do, thx!
dan lightner
@danimaniac
Feb 28 2017 20:50
@ceben80 @tim2000s I think you guys run offline rigs. I intend to as well once I build my Edison rig. Obviously, I have never run oref0-setup.sh. I have read the offline doc which states the script will prompt for a cgm source (xDrip). I have a basic understanding of packages and dependencies as I run a linux box, but is an offline rig setup really that easy? Is there more to it? Maybe we have to answer a few additional prompts differently than for online rigs? I already have xDrip+ on my phone paired with my Pebble Time. I am in the process of deploying Nightscout on Heroku.
Tim Street
@tim2000s
Feb 28 2017 20:55
Hi @danimaniac it's very straightforward!
When configure API in xdrip you must define http, NOT https
John Benjamin
@Bender1061
Feb 28 2017 21:04
it's days like this when Heroku is down, that I'm glad my loop does not need the NS to function.
Scorponok
@Scorponok
Feb 28 2017 21:06
Indeed!
live4sw
@live4sw
Feb 28 2017 21:28
@gregtcm Thank you for that (just saw your message). It's one thing for meters to have differing levels of MARD, but quite another to be systematically biased upward or downward. I'm almost definitely going to switch to the Contour Next. If only they had a meter that was as convenient as the Freestyle Lite (and had a test strip light).
zekeat09
@zekeat09
Feb 28 2017 21:30
My loop suddenly now work anymore. It said BG data is too old. It stopped 3hr ago. No new data retrieve from pump. Any idea? What should i do? The heroku was down too.
Sorry is suddenly not working anymore.
taylorfowler
@taylorfowler
Feb 28 2017 21:41
@zekeat09 There's a widespread Amazon Web Services issue. Hold tight until they fix the tubes...
fjungman
@fjungman
Feb 28 2017 21:50
Capture.JPG
Bragging time! I don't do this much, but I'm so friggin' happy with the "ambulatory loop"!!! This is using the RiledUp board, and he is 48 hours into using it, and at 9am he was at his first day of his internship, not worrying about BGs. It goes well over 24 hours on the 2200mAhr battery. I'll get more info on that once I have it running a couple more days. This should be similar results to anyone using the Explorer board.
NOTE after using the scripts to install, I set the cron job to run every five minutes, instead of every minute, which should help power consumption significantly.
^^^ was a repeat post, but now the images are working, so I reposted together. Thank you, Amazon, for fixing your issue!
Scorponok
@Scorponok
Feb 28 2017 21:55
\o/
Lynne Butts
@flutelynne_twitter
Feb 28 2017 21:56
Is there a place for info about RiledUp? or still in testing phase?
fjungman
@fjungman
Feb 28 2017 21:57
Still testing. I'll post lots of details when released.
Lynne Butts
@flutelynne_twitter
Feb 28 2017 21:58
Wonderful! Those are great results!
fjungman
@fjungman
Feb 28 2017 22:11
blob
Its better now (that high last night was him waking up and eating a bunch of sugar pills for an imaginary low). This is him, on his own out of the house all day! I can't say how happy I am for everyone that worked so hard for all these years to make this happen!
Tim Street
@tim2000s
Feb 28 2017 22:58
@scottleibrand any idea why I'd be seeing this on a newly installed Pi? "/bin/sh: 1: oref0-pump-loop: not found"
To be fair though, it's hardly the hardware that drives that. You get a similar experience with the explorer board @fjungman Out of interest, what is RiledUp board?
Tim Street
@tim2000s
Feb 28 2017 23:17
(& good idea on reduction of times run to save power. Will report back on power time extension with exb tomorrow.
)
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Feb 28 2017 23:30
@tim2000s probably because you didn't run npm run global-install after switching to smb
Tim Street
@tim2000s
Feb 28 2017 23:31
That'll be it.
Thanks.
Eric
@ecc1
Feb 28 2017 23:39
Looks like the newly announced Pi Zero W (Wifi and BLE onboard) could be an alternative to Edison: https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/raspberry-pi-zero-w-joins-family/
Tim Street
@tim2000s
Feb 28 2017 23:43
No. CPU is same as current 0 and way too slow.
Takes >5mins to run a loop
Eric
@ecc1
Feb 28 2017 23:45
But it might be fine for a loop written in Go rather than Python and Javascript :-). I'll report back.
Eric
@ecc1
Feb 28 2017 23:50
That CPU is faster than the Edison's BTW, so it's probably something else (too little RAM + paging to SD?)
fjungman
@fjungman
Feb 28 2017 23:50
@tim2000s I'll post more detail when it is out of testing, but it is like the Explorer, but you don't need a CC-Debugger, and it has USB OTG plus level shifters to interface a Wixel directly. Also 1.5A charging.