nonzerotime resets - raspberry pi

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nonzerotime resets - raspberry pi

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Hi

I have been using the template

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rain0total-nonzerotime
for several years as a way to note the the last time rain occured. I have noticed that if I make any changes to meteobridge_pi to correct errant data or define a new chart the nonzerotime is reset to an empty data set. Current meteobridge PI version:

Platform: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
SW Version: Meteobridge 5.1 (Feb 9 2021, build 1952), FW 1.3

I have tested and confirmed that this issue is not a problem on my old TL_MR3020 Meteobridge 3.2 (May 29 2017, build 11222), FW 1.5. I can make changes to correct data and the nonzerotime does not reset.

EDIT: We did have a recent rain event on March 1 at which time the nonzerotime had the correct data. However, after 3 days and with no outside intervention, ie correcting rainfall events, testing graphs etc. the nonzerotime seems to have reset. I guess I am expecting to see a persistent look back to the most recent rain event and that date and time being held in the template until the next event occurs.

Running

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http://meteobridge-ip/cgi-bin/template.cgi?template=[rain0total-nonzerotime:--]
returns --

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Should be fixed with just released update.

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Hi -

I am running the lastest release but it appears that bug is there for rain0total-nonzerotime. There was a rain event recorded on 3.12.21 and nonzerotime template was correct until this morning. It looks like it has reset again after a few days.

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Hi -

Had a new rain event on 3.18.21 and the rain0total-nonzerotime template held data until 3.21.21 at which point the nonzerotime reset to -- or no data. It seems like 3 days is the "magic" number before the template resets. Per the last post the rain event occured on 3.12.21 and the reset appeared to have happened on 3.15.21

Platform: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
SW Version: Meteobridge 5.1 (Mar 11 2021, build 2028), FW 1.3

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Hi -

Had a new rain event on 3.31.21 and the rain0total-nonzerotime template held data until 4.3.21 at which point the nonzerotime reset to -- or no data. It seems like 3 days is the "magic" number before the template resets. Per the last post the rain event occured on 3.18.21 and the reset appeared to have happened on 3.21.21

Platform: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
SW Version: Meteobridge 5.1 (Mar 24 2021, build 2030), FW 1.3

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I just released a new update. Please give this a try. It should now preserve "nonzerotime" values on Meteobridge PRO, NANO SD and RPI.

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Hi -

Sorry to bring this up again but it appears the issue is not resolved. I recorded a rain event on 4.11.21 and I checked the non-zerotime on 4.15.21 and it showed no data. Also confirming that my old meteobridge, which is running Meteobridge 3.2 (May 29 2017, build 11222), FW 1.5, is reporting the non-zerotime correctly.

Currently running

Platform: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
SW Version: Meteobridge 5.1 (Apr 10 2021, build 2053), FW 1.3

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Hi -

I recorded a rain event on 4.24.21 and the non-zerotime held the correct information until today 4.28.21 and appears to have reverted back to showing no data. I also checked my old Meteobridge rig running 3.2 (May 29 2017, build 11222), FW 1.5, which is reporting the non-zerotime correctly.

Currently running:

Platform: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
SW Version: Meteobridge 5.1 (Apr 24 2021, build 2066), FW 1.3

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Hi -

It looks like the bug is still there. Rain on 5.28.21 data gone on 5.31.21.

Running the following:

Platform: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

SW Version: Meteobridge 5.1 (May 5 2021, build 2116), FW 1.3

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Hi

Bug is still there. Last rain June 11 and today the data has reset.

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Hi -

Sorry to be a pain but the nonzerotime has reset again. Same pattern as usual

Platform: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
SW Version: Meteobridge 5.1 (Jun 13 2021, build 2124), FW 1.3

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I am also seeing the same issue.
['rain0total-nonzerotime'] resets to '--' after ~3 days.

example:
Last rain= 25 June @ 06:06 (this was an actual rain event)
3 days later... ['rain0total-nonzerotime'] = '--';

['mbsystem-swversion'] = '5.1';
['mbsystem-buildnum'] = '2319';
['mbsystem-platform'] = 'RPI4';
['mbsystem-station'] = 'Vantage';

Thank you for looking into this.
Regards,

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