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Windows 10 - Cumulus Crash

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Re: Windows 10 - Cumulus Crash

Post by monksie » Fri 07 Aug 2015 1:17 pm

steve wrote:Please zip up the diags folder and attach it, together with your August log file.
Here are the files steve. I'm still getting errors as follows:

07/08/2015 1:05:42 p.m. : Error on line 1 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (9)
07/08/2015 1:05:42 p.m. : Error on line 410 of dayfile.txt: '' is not a valid floating point value
07/08/2015 1:05:42 p.m. : Error plotting charts at line 410 of dayfile.txt: '' is not a valid floating point value
07/08/2015 1:05:42 p.m. : Please correct the error by editing dayfile.txt
07/08/2015 1:05:42 p.m. : Error plotting charts at line 411 of dayfile.txt: '' is not a valid floating point value
07/08/2015 1:05:42 p.m. : Please correct the error by editing dayfile.txt
07/08/2015 1:05:42 p.m. : Error on line 1 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)
07/08/2015 1:05:44 p.m. : Error on line 1 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)
07/08/2015 1:05:44 p.m. : Error reading C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt at line 1: List index out of bounds (1)
07/08/2015 1:05:44 p.m. : Please stop Cumulus and edit the file to correct the error
07/08/2015 1:05:44 p.m. : Error on line 1 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)
07/08/2015 1:05:44 p.m. : Error on line 1 of C:\Cumulus\data\Jul15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)
07/08/2015 1:05:44 p.m. : Error on line 1 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)
07/08/2015 1:05:52 p.m. : Error on line 1 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)

I also cant view any graphs (daily). I've updated my time however as per post I cant change the long date to dd MMMM yyyyy my system can only change long date to dddd d MMMM yyyy. Could this be the problem? :shock:

Thanks for your help!

JP
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Re: Windows 10 - Cumulus Crash

Post by steve » Fri 07 Aug 2015 7:12 pm

Your list separator is currently a semicolon, this is unusual for countries which use decimal points rather than decimal commas. It is likely that your log file started with commas, and is now using semicolons, but I can't confirm this myself as you didn't include it as I asked, so you'll need to check for yourself. You probably want to set it back in Windows to a comma, assuming you were using this previously. You will probably then need to edit your August log file and dayfile.txt to change the semicolons to commas.
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Re: Windows 10 - Cumulus Crash

Post by monksie » Sat 08 Aug 2015 2:18 pm

Thanks Steve,

Ive uploaded my Data file. Just so you can confirm what the problem is.

There is semi colons in instead of commas, ive changed this now in windows and hopefully that should do it. However, I cannot access any of my graphs reports on Cumulus :cry: I dont know what to do now. I deleted the the lines that had the semi colon in them thinking that would sort it but its made it worse. I'm afraid If i do any more i will do more damage!! Im getting errors such as this:

08/08/2015 3:11:08 p.m. : Please correct the error by editing dayfile.txt
08/08/2015 3:11:08 p.m. : Error plotting charts at line 411 of dayfile.txt: List index out of bounds (6)
08/08/2015 3:11:08 p.m. : Please correct the error by editing dayfile.txt
08/08/2015 3:11:08 p.m. : Error plotting charts at line 412 of dayfile.txt: List index out of bounds (6)
08/08/2015 3:11:08 p.m. : Please correct the error by editing dayfile.txt
08/08/2015 3:11:08 p.m. : Error plotting charts at line 413 of dayfile.txt: List index out of bounds (6)
08/08/2015 3:11:08 p.m. : Please correct the error by editing dayfile.txt
08/08/2015 3:11:08 p.m. : Error on line 233 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)
08/08/2015 3:11:09 p.m. : Error on line 233 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)
08/08/2015 3:11:09 p.m. : Error reading C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt at line 233: List index out of bounds (1)
08/08/2015 3:11:09 p.m. : Please stop Cumulus and edit the file to correct the error
08/08/2015 3:11:09 p.m. : Error on line 233 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)
08/08/2015 3:11:09 p.m. : Error on line 233 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)
08/08/2015 3:11:09 p.m. : Error on line 233 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt: List index out of bounds (1)
08/08/2015 3:11:29 p.m. : Error at line 407 of dayfile.txt: List index out of bounds (6)
08/08/2015 3:11:29 p.m. : Please edit the file to correct the error
08/08/2015 3:11:29 p.m. : Error at line 233 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt : List index out of bounds (1)
08/08/2015 3:11:29 p.m. : Please edit the file to correct the error
08/08/2015 3:11:31 p.m. : Error at line 407 of dayfile.txt: List index out of bounds (6)
08/08/2015 3:11:31 p.m. : Please edit the file to correct the error
08/08/2015 3:11:31 p.m. : Error at line 233 of C:\Cumulus\data\Aug15log.txt : List index out of bounds (1)
08/08/2015 3:11:31 p.m. : Please edit the file to correct the error


Would very much appreciate your help!

Thanks,

JP
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Re: Windows 10 - Cumulus Crash

Post by steve » Sat 08 Aug 2015 4:59 pm

You still have semicolons in the file you've uploaded, corresponding to the messages in the diags log (lines 233 onwards). You need to look at the lines that Cumulus is telling you about and correct them. Note that it won't tell you about all of them, just the first one it encounters. Note that it is also telling you to edit dayfile.txt as you have the same problem there. You should just be able to do a global replace on the files, changing semicolon to comma, you don't need to delete the lines. Edit the files with Cumulus stopped. Use a good text editor, e.g. notepad++.
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Re: Windows 10 - Cumulus Crash

Post by monksie » Sun 09 Aug 2015 8:18 pm

Thanks Steve,

Nearly there...I've downloaded notbeook ++ how do I do a global replace on all files?


Thanks,

JP

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Re: Windows 10 - Cumulus Crash

Post by steve » Mon 10 Aug 2015 7:02 am

monksie wrote:Nearly there...I've downloaded notbeook ++ how do I do a global replace on all files?
Do them one at a time, only Aug15log.txt and dayfile.txt should be affected. Use 'Replace...' from the Search menu.
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Re: Windows 10 - Cumulus Crash

Post by monksie » Tue 11 Aug 2015 4:57 pm

Thanks a lot Steve absolutely no errors!! Sorted.

Really appreciate all your help.


:D :D :D :D

JP

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