Re: Wsprdaemon logs & data overflowing


Rob Robinett
 

Overflowing uploads.d/... suggests that your WD server is failing to upload to wsprnet.org and/or wsprdaemon.org.
To get a list of spot and noise files cache for uploading execute: find ~/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/ -name '*.txt' | grep 'spots\|noise', e.g.:

wsprdaemon@kfs-thinkcentre:~$ find ~/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/ -name '*.txt' | grep 'spots\|noise'
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprnet.d/spots.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni_B/12/210708_1728_24924600_wspr_spots.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprnet.d/spots.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni_B/10/210708_1728_28124600_wspr_spots.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprnet.d/spots.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni_B/160/210708_1728_1836600_wspr_spots.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprnet.d/spots.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni-A/60/201001_2240_5287200_wspr_spots.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprnet.d/spots.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni-A/160/201001_2240_1836600_wspr_spots.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprnet.d/spots.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni-A/80eu/201001_2240_3592600_wspr_spots.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprnet.d/spots.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni-A/60eu/201001_2240_5364700_wspr_spots.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprdaemon.d/noise.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni_B/12/210708_1728_24924600_wspr_noise.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprdaemon.d/noise.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni_B/10/210708_1728_28124600_wspr_noise.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprdaemon.d/noise.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni_B/160/210708_1728_1836600_wspr_noise.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprdaemon.d/spots.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni_B/12/210708_1728_24924600_wspr_spots.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprdaemon.d/spots.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni_B/10/210708_1728_28124600_wspr_spots.txt
/home/wsprdaemon/wsprdaemon/uploads.d/wsprdaemon.d/spots.d/KFS_CM87tj/KIWI_Omni_B/160/210708_1728_1836600_wspr_spots.txt
wsprdaemon@kfs-thinkcentre:~$


On Thu, Jul 8, 2021 at 12:37 AM Юрий Максимов <rz3dvp@...> wrote:
Thanks for your answer Rob.
I had problems with overflowing the uploads.d  folder one or two times… I think it’s not a big problem, I will add to cron daily rule for clear old files…
Thank you for grate job and hope v3 will be releasing quickly. :)

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Best regards, 73!
Yuri 

8 июля 2021 г., в 01:52, Rob Robinett <rob@...> написал(а):


Hi Yuri,

WD v2.x is designed to perform almost no logging when started in its default verbosity level 0 mode, e.g.:  'WD -a'
Many sites have been running for months without overflowing their file systems, so you are suffering an unusual problem which is hard for me to diagnose via email.
If uploads.d/... is now filling up it may be due to failures in the wsprdeamon.org server which I am actively debugging.
I'll be posting progress on that work to the forum.

In WD v3.x (currently in alpha state) I have redesigned the logging system to limit the size of all the log files.

73,

Rob

On Wed, Jul 7, 2021 at 7:47 AM Юрий Максимов <rz3dvp@...> wrote:
Hello Rob,
Maybe you can help me, - how can I reduce data and logs files for wsprdaemon on the file system? For example, folder uplads.d had lot of files after a year and this folder never cleans automatically, maybe exist command for the config file to save data only for 1 week? 
Sorry, maybe I did not read the instructions on GitHub carefully... :)

Best regards,73!
Yuri


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