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Gaps in apps.weathercloud plots

Post by Chapel » Wed 15 Aug 2018 7:13 am

I use Weathercloud (https://app.weathercloud.net/plots) to push data to a Twitter account and noticed the times of posts to Twitter are out of sequence, taking a closer look at the plots I can see some gaps as well. My own site seems to be updating OK so has anyone else seen such issues with WC?

I did have MX drop out yesterday evening so will add Startwatch to monitor and restart MX if needed and I am considering a task that restarts the machine at 00:00 hrs daily if necessary if only to ensure the machine which is a rather old Dell laptop running Win10 remains fresh.
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Re: Gaps in apps.weathercloud plots

Post by steve » Wed 15 Aug 2018 10:21 am

Any errors when uploading to weathercloud should get logged to the diags file, and if you turn on debug logging, each update should get logged (unless I'm misremembering).
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Re: Gaps in apps.weathercloud plots

Post by Chapel » Wed 15 Aug 2018 11:07 am

Thanks Steve, I have enabled the logging and will look for the next gap and see what it says :)

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Re: Gaps in apps.weathercloud plots

Post by Chapel » Wed 15 Aug 2018 7:39 pm

I have attached an image showing a gap from 15:30 to 15:40 however I cannot upload:

'The upload was rejected because the uploaded file was identified as a possible attack vector'

So I have attached it as a .Pdf
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Re: Gaps in apps.weathercloud plots

Post by ConligWX » Thu 16 Aug 2018 8:40 am

looks like the site is having issues with processing data, I too have missing gaps in the charts, but not to the scale of yours.
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Re: Gaps in apps.weathercloud plots

Post by Chapel » Thu 16 Aug 2018 8:48 am

Simon,

Thank you for confirming this. I was beginning to suspect it was site related as I have no gaps in my own historical data and I can also upload to WU and not see gaps.

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