Re: How to see WD 2.10's log of overload events


Jim Lill
 

I took your script and added filename, thus knowing band

awk '{ printf "%s: %4d %s\t %s\n",  strftime("%c",$1), $2, FILENAME, $3}' ./*/ov.log

I run that from the receiver path. So for K76, one of my receivers, from

/tmp/wsprdaemon/recording.d/K76

that gives me this output, for example

Sat Oct  9 10:44:54 2021:    0 ./80/ov.log
Fri Oct 15 23:39:17 2021:    1 ./80/ov.log     PRINTED
Fri Oct 15 23:45:30 2021:    2 ./80/ov.log     PRINTED
Sat Oct 16 01:01:29 2021:    4 ./80/ov.log     PRINTED
Sat Oct 16 01:04:24 2021:    5 ./80/ov.log
Sat Oct 16 01:09:42 2021:    6 ./80/ov.log     PRINTED
Sat Oct 16 01:13:54 2021:    7 ./80/ov.log     PRINTED
Sat Oct 16 10:30:02 2021:    8 ./80/ov.log     PRINTED
Sat Oct 16 10:30:19 2021:    9 ./80/ov.log
Sat Oct 16 10:31:36 2021:   11 ./80/ov.log     PRINTED
Fri Oct 22 01:59:23 2021:   12 ./80/ov.log     PRINTED
Sat Oct  9 10:44:55 2021:    0 ./80eu/ov.log
Fri Oct 15 23:41:02 2021:    1 ./80eu/ov.log     PRINTED
Fri Oct 15 23:43:49 2021:    2 ./80eu/ov.log
Fri Oct 15 23:46:49 2021:    3 ./80eu/ov.log     PRINTED
Sat Oct 16 00:19:58 2021:    4 ./80eu/ov.log     PRINTED
Sat Oct 16 00:34:48 2021:    5 ./80eu/ov.log     PRINTED
Fri Oct 22 01:19:51 2021:    6 ./80eu/ov.log     PRINTED
Fri Oct 22 01:59:22 2021:    8 ./80eu/ov.log     PRINTED
Fri Oct 22 02:00:57 2021:    9 ./80eu/ov.log     PRINTED

On 10/24/21 10:35 AM, Rob Robinett wrote:
awk '{ printf "%s: %4d %s\n",  strftime("%c",$1), $2, $3}'

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