Nonzerotime after few days empty?

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Re: Nonzerotime after few days empty?

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command: cat /var/run/meteohub/nonzerotime-rain0total
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1567947449
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Re: Nonzerotime after few days empty?

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Convert epoch to human-readable date and vice versa
1567947449

Timestamp to Human date 1567947449
Supports Unix timestamps in seconds, milliseconds, microseconds and nanoseconds.
Assuming that this timestamp is in seconds:
GMT: Sunday, 8 September 2019 12:57:29
Your time zone: Sunday, 8 September 2019 15:57:29 GMT+03:00
Relative: 3 days ago

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Re: Nonzerotime after few days empty?

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ok, so data is there. I will look into the code again.

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Re: Nonzerotime after few days empty?

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cool :-)

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Re: Nonzerotime after few days empty?

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For me there is no data, but I don't want to interrupt you.
I'm following your discussion with interest.

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