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may need some other combination of plug unplug and reboot rig / computer to get it going again. not sure what exactly: I would just start trying things along those lines.
@applehat I have an Endo appointment at the end of next month. Going to be interesting to see what my A1C is at that point. Last appointment was with my primary doc in mid-May and it was 8.5 at that point, pre-openAPS, which is an avg BG of 197. Should be MUCH better now. Had openAPS running about 3 weeks now, with SMB for just a little less than that. According to my Dexcom reports my average BG has been improving more and more. 90-day average=181, 30-days=170, 14-days=156, 7-days=144, 48-hours=144.
Then of course tonight I forget to take any bolus for a meal, while my rig is not on me, while my phone was away from me, so by the time I realize it Dexcom is reading "HIGH", so 400+ BG. #T1Dfail. Doesn't help my averages any!
carb entry and a starter bolus for the first part of meal, and let SMBs kick in the remainder as needed- it allows good control with "lazy diabetes". I don't have to be accurate down to the carb ( or even 10s of carbs ) for it to help keep me from spiking too high.
oref0-setup. @dirkgastaldo is working on a PR, see openaps/docs#980
Starting supermicrobolus pump-loopin your pump-loop.log?
Starting pump-loopinstead, then you haven't yet enabled SMBs properly by re-running oref0-setup