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

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Jul 2017
Darrell Wright
@beached
Jul 21 2017 01:01
@cameronrenwick If I wanted it I would just buy it. I may anyways and just buy a vial
cameronrenwick
@cameronrenwick
Jul 21 2017 01:05
@beached I'd encourage that for sure... but if you're like me... it'll take a number of days to get things dialed in. I needed about 2 weeks of steady work when I introduced fiasp to really understand how it affected me. Dunno what others who switched to fiasp found, and when added to smb.. but it takes some time to get things dialed in.
Darrell Wright
@beached
Jul 21 2017 01:06
I am always dialing in. my sensitivity changes often enough
cameronrenwick
@cameronrenwick
Jul 21 2017 01:06
lol...me too!
tepidjuice
@tepidjuice
Jul 21 2017 05:47
Is there a fix for the Edison battery issue with jubilinux 0.2.0?
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 06:19
I'm searching docs for the list of shortcuts often used, like edit-wifi, but can't find the list. Anyone know words I should search for?
skubesch
@skubesch
Jul 21 2017 06:29
@dirkgastaldo You can search for aliases in the docs to see recommended options, and you can add your own (I have, they are very useful). Type 'cat ~/.bash_profile' to see which aliases you have set up already, if any.
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 06:31
@skubesch thank you. i search for aliases but can't find the list. darn!
skubesch
@skubesch
Jul 21 2017 06:35
@dirkgastaldo Do you have no aliases set up right now?
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 06:36
@skubesch I do, and your cat ~/.bash_profile command shows them, thank you. I'm looking for the list of suggested aliases in the docs. That's what I can't find.
skubesch
@skubesch
Jul 21 2017 06:38
Those would be the suggested aliases (the new setup script adds some automatically, otherwise your file would be empty)
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 06:39
yeah, I'd like to find that section of the docs. I've seen it in the docs, which is how I got them entered. That's all I'm trying to do, is find the place in the docs, that section.
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 06:45
@skubesch Nice, thank you!
jamespaulley
@jamespaulley
Jul 21 2017 08:07
@cameronrenwick yeah I mean heart rate etc
Antoine Motet
@motet-a
Jul 21 2017 08:27
Hi. Is this the main channel for general discussions about OpenAPS?
This project looks fantastic!
Ljuslykta
@Ljuslykta
Jul 21 2017 09:47
I have a problem with the setup with openaps-bootstrap.sh and the Edison. The first time i ran it, it skipped the wifi-setup, alas I wasn't able to write SSID or password, it just kept going. After I terminated the script (may have been a bad idea) I got a load of the disconnected device sound from Windows and the red lamp inbetween the micro-USB ports kept flashing. Now when I try to run the script again, I either get a termination with disconnected device or just a what seems to be a freeze.
Have I borked the Edison so I need to reflash it, or can I fix it someway else?
Ljuslykta
@Ljuslykta
Jul 21 2017 09:53
Now it seems to function somewhat, but I still can't get to the step where I connect to my network, and I don't get what I'm doing wrong
Nathan Woodfield
@EastenNinja_twitter
Jul 21 2017 11:04
Is freestyle libre supported at all yet?
fidoman
@efidoman
Jul 21 2017 11:19
@EastenNinja_twitter - I initially used the freestyle libre with NS and openaps by using a Sony smartwatch to NFC read the glucose values and send them to NS via an android app Libre alarm. It was clunky and I at least in my case, the freestyle was very inaccurate so I quickly changed to use enlite sensors.
fidoman
@efidoman
Jul 21 2017 11:28
@rdalisky - that site only ships fiasp to a Canadian address. Do you know of one that will ship to a US address?
Iain
@iainct
Jul 21 2017 12:55
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Michael Spradling
@M1Sports20
Jul 21 2017 13:02
Just wanted to thank everyone who contributed, it is working perfect and I love it. I am still trying to understand a few things.
One example are my loop forecasts are always predicting an extreme low after eating. I am bolusing correctly and my sugars are always ok. I just need to figure out how to tune the loop prediction after eating
With time the prediction self corrects to the spot(which makes sense as it gets more datapoints) However, the initial prediction is so far off its really useles to me at the moment
Iain
@iainct
Jul 21 2017 13:04
@M1Sports20 check out the root/openaps/autotune-recommendations.json
I ride my bike a lot, i have had little success with autotune, it always predicts my bolus to be lower that what i really need
I have a tentative plan to investigate long term short memory machine learning techniques, but that's at the bottom of a long list at the moment....
Sebastien Lussier
@SebastienLussier
Jul 21 2017 13:22
@M1Sports20 i'm also having issues with predictions after meal boluses... couldn't find the time to track it down yet
first meal entry in pump-loop.log this morning looks like this:
pump-loop.log: {"carbs":45,"boluses":3.4,"mealCOB":3,"currentDeviation":null,"maxDeviation":0,"minDeviationSlope":0}
mealCOB:3 isn't ok
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 14:03
I'm trying to install 0.5.2 master on my rig that currently has 0.5.0-dev. I'm getting this error message when it aborts. How do I resolve this?
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Lin
@DengSir_twitter
Jul 21 2017 14:33
I inserted the G4 into the OTG interface, but the rig did not upload BG to the NS site。
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 14:34
@Kdisimone sorry, Katie, I was on that page, ugh.
Lin
@DengSir_twitter
Jul 21 2017 14:34
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katie disimone
@Kdisimone
Jul 21 2017 15:19

@denglfddd are you using an OTG cable? Do you have the correct end plugged into rig vs receiver. Do you also have a power source plugged into UART port? Does your dexcom show "charging" symbol? Did you use G4-upload as your cgm type?

Basically have you run through ALL the needed steps outlined in the docs?

Using a 2017 explorer board?
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 15:20
@motet-a yes, this is the main channel!
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 15:22
@danamlewis Thanks, Dana. I searched the docs for "shortcut" and "commands" and couldn't find it. Thank you!
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 15:23
@ljuslykta can you link the the page of the docs you are following and point to which step and command you're on?
Sebastien Lussier
@SebastienLussier
Jul 21 2017 16:20
Now aAnother meal (diner), this time mealCOB looks ok, but carbs is the total for breakfast + diner
{"carbs":80,"boluses":5.8,"mealCOB":35,"currentDeviation":19.57,"maxDeviation":17.9,"minDeviationSlope":0}
prediction is still off
Carb Impact: 0.7 mg/dL per 5m; CI Duration: 72.3 hours; remaining 4h+ CI: 6 mg/dL per 5m
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 16:34
@SebastienLussier "carbs" is always going to be the total number of carbs entered in the last x hours, where x=6 or something like that. the "carbs" total only matters for blending the COB with UAM predictions; for everything else, mealCOB is the thing that's used.
can you post a screenshot of the prediction that you think is off?
Ryan Dalisky
@rdalisky
Jul 21 2017 16:42
Sebastien Lussier
@SebastienLussier
Jul 21 2017 16:45
@scottleibrand here's a screenshot
prediction.jpg
thanks for your help
cameronrenwick
@cameronrenwick
Jul 21 2017 16:49
@gooseodyssey aah gotcha... well I don't have any sort of fitbit or similar HR monitor so no real evidence per se but I haven't noticed anything different during ADL or exercise so for me, no, no difference between novo rapid and fiasp
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 16:49
@SebastienLussier FWIW, it looks like those predictions aren't affecting decisions: it's still setting neutral temps via bolus snooze
I think those predictions are simply due to the way oref0 refuses to assume a quick ramp-up in carb absorption until it actually sees evidence of such. rather, it assumes carbs will hit gradually over the next 4 hours (hence the uptick back toward target at the end)
once carb absorption actually starts, it can predict that will continue, and the purple lines get a bit more reasonable. until then, it just does bolus snooze and waits to see what will happen
Ljuslykta
@Ljuslykta
Jul 21 2017 16:54
@danamlewis Nevermind, after baout 10 restarts and retries it suddenly works. Thanks anyway!
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 16:54
:+1: glad it’s working!
Sebastien Lussier
@SebastienLussier
Jul 21 2017 16:55
@scottleibrand ok thanks for the explanation
as for the mealCOB starting at 3 we had for breakfast, we were missing ~2h of BG before that... could that explain it ?
Sebastien Lussier
@SebastienLussier
Jul 21 2017 17:02
prediction.jpg
it did decide to zero temp :(
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 17:07
zero temping is probably the right thing to do if you're not showing enough carb absorption after nearly an hour
can you paste the pump-loop.log output for that run?
Sebastien Lussier
@SebastienLussier
Jul 21 2017 17:12
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 17:24
@SebastienLussier what are your ISF and CR?
Sebastien Lussier
@SebastienLussier
Jul 21 2017 17:28
as per last night auto tune
Jul 21 00:07:36 diabetor autotune.log: ISF | 189.000 | 177.020
Jul 21 00:07:36 diabetor autotune.log: CSF | n/a | 8.085
Jul 21 00:07:36 diabetor autotune.log: Carb Ratio | 22.000 | 21.895
CR on the pump for this time in the day is 17
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 17:55
so based on those ratios, your bolus of 2.4U for 35g of carbs would fully cover the carbs, plus bring your BG down another 8 mmol/L, to about 3.4. that's too low, so it's going to end up zero-temping to compensate.
oh, and I didn't even take into account the extra IOB you have on board from the high-temping. with 3U IOB and 29 COB, you have an extra 1.3U of IOB, which would bring your BG down by about 12 mmol/L. obviously a negative BG is impossible, but that's certainly grounds for zero-temping to prevent a low
Thacher
@thacherT1D
Jul 21 2017 18:15
where should I go to ask questions once I'm looping about looping? Is there a slack or other gitter room? such as how do other people sleep with it without losing the connection? right now I'm rubberbanding the pump to the rig and clipping the whole thing to the waist band of my shorts
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 18:16
Gitter here is probably best
you shouldn’t have to do that - are you not getting a few feet of range? Bedside table range works for most people, but you may have a bad board if not.
Thacher
@thacherT1D
Jul 21 2017 18:18
It has to be right on top of the pump
should I reach out to Morgan?
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 18:19
yep
Thacher
@thacherT1D
Jul 21 2017 18:19
thanks :)
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 18:19
:+1: glad you asked!
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 18:19
you'll probably want a second rig at some point soon anyway, so you could also buy the new one to verify it's the board before returning the old one.
Thacher
@thacherT1D
Jul 21 2017 18:21
truth... I have another edison around so I was going to try to flash that one before buying another pre-flashed edison too
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 18:21
:+1:
Thacher
@thacherT1D
Jul 21 2017 18:35
what does the nightscount AR2 stand for/do? Where should I start to setup AMA?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 19:00
AR2 is an autoregressive function for estimating future BG trends from 2 CGM readings. As implemented it shows a 90% confidence interval cone.
AMA is now on by default in oref0 0.5.2
Thacher
@thacherT1D
Jul 21 2017 19:07
thanks @scottleibrand -- also, the docs say for AMA that I should see multiple purple lines, but I see one purple line and two teal ones, is that right?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 19:38
if you have no COB, what you're seeing is normal. but when you have COB, you should see more purple ones
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 19:46
Hello. I used SimpleSSH to run the uname command (described in the docs: "Show Current Version will run the equivalent of uname -a and tell your which jubilinux version your rig is running."). It returned this, screenshot attached, looking like 3.10.98 etc. Is this the version of jubilinux I'm running?
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When I look at jubilinux's website they show this. I'm ignorant about version #s, I'm just curious. jubilinux shows a current version of 0.2.0.
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Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 19:48
3.10.98 is the kernel version. I don't recall which exact kernel was in which version.
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 19:49
@scottleibrand Thanks, Scott. If someone here or in the OpenAPS community asks me, "What version of jubilinux are you running?" I should say 3.10.98?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 19:49
looks like that kernel 3.10.98 is from jubilinux 0.1.1
and 3.10.17 is from jubilinux 0.0.0
Sebastien Lussier
@SebastienLussier
Jul 21 2017 19:50
@scottleibrand you were totally right, he did end up in hypo but the zero temping stopped it at 3.7 :)
My son used the bolus wizard and it added a correction bolus because he entered his BG...
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 19:51
ah, yeah. when looping we usually advise not entering a BG into the bolus wizard, and letting oref0 handle the correction piece of things.
Sebastien Lussier
@SebastienLussier
Jul 21 2017 19:51
Gotta stop worrying and learn to thrust the loop :)
Yes we need to change habits
About the 3 mealCOB we got for breakfast right after bolusing for 45g, you have an idea ? Was that because of the missing BG for the previous~2h ?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 19:53
@dirkgastaldo documentation on kernel versions in each jubilinx version are at http://www.jubilinux.org/blog/
Sebastien Lussier
@SebastienLussier
Jul 21 2017 19:53
Thanks for you help btw
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 19:54
@scottleibrand yeah, looking at that now
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 19:54
@SebastienLussier I'd need to see the details from that time to figure that out
@dirkgastaldo it looks like jubilinux 0.2.0 may have the same kernel as 0.1.1 and 0.1.0, so uname -a won't help you differentiate those
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 19:55
@scottleibrand danke. sounds like docs "Show Current Version will run the equivalent of uname -a and tell your which jubilinux version your rig is running." is not technically accurate possibly.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 19:56
yeah, it used to be, but no longer seems completely true
@dirkgastaldo if you flashed it yourself, you should be able to check which image you used (assuming you didn't delete it from your computer). if it's pre-flashed, you probably have 0.1.1
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 19:57
@scottleibrand yeah, I bought a pre-flashed Edison from ERD, so I don't know.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 19:57
maybe @esialb knows of a better (set of) command(s) to run on an Edison to confirm which version of jubilinux it's running
@dirkgastaldo when did you get it?
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 19:57
@scottleibrand May, I think
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 19:58
k, looks like 0.2.0 wasn't posted until July
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 19:59
@scottleibrand grazie, Scott
Ljuslykta
@Ljuslykta
Jul 21 2017 20:13
I'm having a litte problem with getting my readings to Nightscout. I'm using a Libre with SSW3. I've activated REST-API and put in the adress https://<API_SECRET>@<NAME>.herokuapp.com/api/v1. My Edison rig communicates fine with Nightscout and I can see the current IOB. I don't know if I'm missing something simple, but I just can't get it to work.
Ljuslykta
@Ljuslykta
Jul 21 2017 20:21
Nevermind, once again it just started working..
Mike
@libxmike
Jul 21 2017 20:49
@scottleibrand which versions of jubilinux ist recommended for now? I want to upgrade my rigs but not sure if I also should upgrade to OS, right now running OS version from end of 2016
PieterGit
@PieterGit
Jul 21 2017 20:52
@libxmike : i think jubilinux 0.1.1 (check with uname -a to see you're running 3.10.98-poky-edison). I also extracted the kernel.zip with some extra modules. It's running fine for me. I have one testrig on jubilinux 0.3 for debian 9, that works, but I don't think anybody is using that as a primary rig yet.
Mike
@libxmike
Jul 21 2017 20:57
@PieterGit I have two Edison rigs, one with explorer board and one on intel mini breakout with Ti over serial , both on 3.10.17 poky-edison+
Mike
@libxmike
Jul 21 2017 21:03
@PieterGit would you recoment jubilinux 0.3 for my 3rd rig? (edison with Ti over serial)
PieterGit
@PieterGit
Jul 21 2017 21:05
Main difference between 0.1.1 and 0.3 is using debian stretch instead of jessie, so most software is newer. The kernel is the same at this moment (still old). For our packages I don't think it matters much. In future installing bluez is easier, because on stretch we can use the debian packaged version.
If you're willing to help develop, and don't mind to revert to 0.1.1, you can help testing jubilinux 0.3. If you just want a stable production rig, I would use 0.1.1
you can check in the debian PTS which version is used for stretch/debian9 (stable) and which one for jessie/debian 8 (oldstable), e.g. for python https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/python-defaults. I don't think using python 2.7.13-2 instead of 2.7.9-1 matters much. Maybe some git issues are solved (1:2.11.0-3 instead of 1:2.1.4-2.1+deb8u2), but Scott is working on not using git by default.
Mike
@libxmike
Jul 21 2017 21:10
So then maybe 0.3 fot my 3rd (my night rig) and 0.11 for my mobile explorer board rig
I'll also use my 3rd rig for OLED display testing
for some basic info on it like IP and openAPS stuff
As may be used as offline rig
PieterGit
@PieterGit
Jul 21 2017 21:21
if you test jubilinux 0.3, you can join https://gitter.im/jubilinux/jubilinux to discuss possible issue with the 0.3-snapshot
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 21:34
Hi All, I am having a nightscout issue. It says I am not looping, and I get pushover that I am not looping, but the the logs and the pump both say I am looping!
Nightscout is updating with the correct BG. This seems to be the case with both rigs. Help?
I am using g5 with bridge from iphone and edison/explorer setup
It was connected via bluetooth on my phone, and that seemed fine
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 21:41
Did you check mlab size?
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 21:42
no.. .but I did get an email from mlab about sandbox today
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 21:42
If your size is not 496/doesn’t need compacting, you can try pulling dev - a fix was just merged for this, but check mlab size first: http://openaps.readthedocs.io/en/latest/docs/Troubleshooting/Rig-NS-communications-troubleshooting.html#mlab-maintenance
katie disimone
@Kdisimone
Jul 21 2017 21:42

@scottleibrand uname -a gives the date of the jubilinux version and from there people could look up their version.

31 Mar = 0.1.0
04 Apr = 0.1.1
14 July = 0.2.0

PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 21:46
Screen Shot 2017-07-21 at 5.45.50 PM.png
@danamlewis it looks ok, and not near 500
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 21:47
k, then check future treatments, and if none there, pull dev and see if that fixes for you
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 21:47
in nightscout or rig?
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 21:48
Thanks
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 21:48
then dev oref0
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 21:48
I have been having the issues since I updated yesterday
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 21:49
k. check future, then dev should otherwise have the fix now
and you can +1 that for another patch release
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 21:49
+1?
Diabetic_Dude
@diabetic_dude_twitter
Jul 21 2017 21:56
I am not sure but I think she may mean +1 the issue ?????
for another patch release
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 21:56
+1, i.e. thumbs up/agree the fix worked for the intended scenario/no other problems spotted, so another thumbs up for a patch release
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 21:57
ah.. thank you.. I was a bit dense there
Ok, pulled dev and tried to run and got this
IOError: Lock for file '/root/myopenaps/.git/logs/refs/heads/master' did already exist, delete '/root/myopenaps/.git/logs/refs/heads/master.lock' in case the lock is illegal
Could not import device.json
Do I want to delete this?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 22:08
yes, you can delete that lockfile, or all of ~/myopenaps/.git/, and run it again
(pretty soon we'll be disabling use of git in the ~/myopenaps/ directory to eliminate these issues)
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 22:09
no luck... nightscout still doesn't believe I am looping
fjungman
@fjungman
Jul 21 2017 22:20
@danamlewis first to days were shoveling chicken poop and spreading chicken poop on coffee plants. So, if he isn't having fun, his mother and I are! :)
Seriously though, I feel so much better knowing the APS has his back at night, especially since there is no phone service, so our NS page is more of a clock...
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 22:31
OK, so now I am simotaniously getting pushovers that openaps is NOT looping, and an update that I need 10 carbs to correct my low. WTF!!!
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 22:33
@PopcornPam_twitter if you're looping, but it's not uploading to NS, then NS won't know that, so any pushovers NS generates will be based on what it knows
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 22:34
gotcha
fjungman
@fjungman
Jul 21 2017 22:35
@scottleibrand @ps2 and all developers, I am upgrading the RiledUp board to replace the (now defunct Edison) and add the features requested. I am looking at using Zephyr on a TI CC1350. This means one chip has both Linux and the radio. This one chip can do Bluetooth, the pump RF link and run the loop. I would need to add a CGM receiver for G4s and WiFi/WWAN as a module. Seeing how this could be stand-alone, I wonder if just BT to a phone for internet is good, or then a module for WWAN could be used and then no phone is required. The shortcoming is that this is a 48MHz ARM M3. It can run Zephyr (and does) but I am not sure how "needed" the loop is for MIPS. The important point is that the CC1110 code is compatible with this chip, so the subg_rfspy and CC1110 code shouldn't need to be changed.
Another important point is that by doing this, I can use this board on another project I'm doing, which relates to the WWAN-side. This means we could have 2G/3G/LTE without burdening this group for WWAN code. Processor quick-specs:
Microcontroller
Powerful ARM® Cortex®-M3 Processor
EEMBC CoreMark® Score: 142
EEMBC ULPBench Score: 158
Clock Speed up to 48-MHz
128KB of In-System Programmable Flash
8KB of SRAM for Cache (or as General-Purpose RAM)
20KB of Ultra-Low-Leakage SRAM
2-Pin cJTAG and JTAG Debugging
Supports Over-the-Air (OTA) Update
Ultra-Low-Power Sensor Controller
Can Run Autonomously From the Rest of the System
16-Bit Architecture
2KB of Ultra-Low-Leakage SRAM for Code and Data
Efficient Code-Size Architecture, Placing Parts of TI-RTOS, Drivers, Bluetooth® low energy Controller and Bootloader in ROM
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 22:36
So when I look at ns-status.json, it says it is uploading, so I am not clear if it is the rig or nightscout that is having the issues at this point
Eric
@ecc1
Jul 21 2017 22:38
@fjungman Zephyr is an embedded system OS, not Linux. You won't be able to run the openaps user code on it, just firmware equivalent to subg_rfspy (and presumably the BLE stack)
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 22:43
@scottleibrand , it seems like my mlab size is fine (way under 500). Does it makes sense to try to clear that out and see if it fixes the issues?
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 22:44
no.
if your case is NOT fixed by dev, then we need help finding out why
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 22:45
So no +1 for patch :(
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 22:47
@fjungman would that run a full Linux OS?
nm, @ecc1 answered that. sounds like it would be a lot of work to port things for that then
we're looking at boards like the Pi0W and CHIP Pro so far
@PopcornPam_twitter does your pump-loop properly display your edison battery voltage?
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 22:52
yes
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 23:02
I restarted dynos yesterday, on advice to make nightscout less slow, but that was yesterday morning, and I had no issues until 3 hours ago
Everything on the rig side seems to be fine.. its just the upload!
it clearly can download fine
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 23:06
is it uploading treatments fine and showing the temp basal line?
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 23:06
the rig says it is uploading, but it doesn't show in nightscout
Jul 21 19:05:26 myopenaps3 ns-loop.log: reporting settings/temptargets.json
Jul 21 19:05:26 myopenaps3 ns-loop.log: get-profile://text/shell/settings/profile.json
Jul 21 19:05:26 myopenaps3 ns-loop.log: reporting settings/profile.json
Jul 21 19:05:31 myopenaps3 ns-loop.log: Refreshed temptargetsns://JSON/shell/monitor/carbhistory.json
Jul 21 19:05:31 myopenaps3 ns-loop.log: reporting monitor/carbhistory.json
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jul 21 2017 23:09
if none of your treatments are uploading, then there's a decent chance it's a misconfiguration on the rig with your URL or secret...
did anything change there?
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 23:09
I hit N to not have a token, to keep the API secret, but maybe I messed something up when I was running setup
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Jul 21 2017 23:10
cat your runagain to see
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 23:12
oh... there is a capital instead of lowercase.. that would do it?
PopcornPam
@PopcornPam_twitter
Jul 21 2017 23:18
ok, re ran setup with the lowercase. Gonna give it a few minutes to see if that fixes
SUCCESS!!!!!
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 23:32
Hello, Nightscout on my PC will often forget the settings for Render Basal (changes from Icicle back to blank), Custom Title (changes from custom back to Nightscout), Theme (changes from Colors back to Default), and Show Plugins (unchecks Basal Profile). Do you know if there's something I could be doing to it to forget these settings?
David Jansson
@whooze
Jul 21 2017 23:34
@dirkgastaldo You could configure your NS to activate these things by default, gonna check it up
@dirkgastaldo Check out the readme at https://github.com/nightscout/cgm-remote-monitor
Dirk Gastaldo
@dirkgastaldo
Jul 21 2017 23:48
@whooze Thank you!