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  • Laban
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    If on a RPI, you will fill the SD Card pretty quickly if you have lots of traffic. I'm by no means a Linux/RPI wiz and chances are that I set things up wrongly, but I never got it to work for me - I filled my 32GB card very quickly even on rotation.

    I noticed it by a regular downtime on my feed every day at 08:01

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  • dedicados
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    im not an expert yet, but

    fr24key= edit this field, dont leave your number

    and in this are set to NO, i will check mine arriving home and i can compare.
    mlat-ok="NO"
    mlat-started="YES"
    mlat_problem="no-config"

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  • jeanrobert
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    Well i understand that MLAT is not my position.

    What i say is i enter all informations in the configuration including my position and the MLAT is not working. Have a look in my monitor.txt file below.

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  • dedicados
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    MLAT is not your position, is to share planes using MLAT

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  • jeanrobert
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    Thanks for the fast answer. Now i understand.

    But now another problem:

    I log in my raspberry pi and i answered to all the question.

    But the MLAT does not working. I gave my exact position and i say yes to question asking if i whant to participete MLAT calculation.

    See my monitor.txt file.

    ac_map_size="3072"
    build_arch="armv7l"
    build_flavour="generic"
    build_os="Linux"
    build_revision="HEAD-d11ca48.git"
    build_timetamp="Mar 4 2016 15:21:10"
    build_version="1.0.18-5"
    cfg_baudrate=""
    cfg_bs="yes"
    cfg_host=""
    cfg_mpx=""
    cfg_path="/usr/lib/fr24/dump1090"
    cfg_raw="yes"
    cfg_receiver="dvbt"
    cfg_windowmode="0"
    d11_map_size="0"
    feed_alias=""
    feed_configured_mode="UDP"
    feed_current_mode="UDP"
    feed_current_server="83.140.21.68"
    feed_last_attempt_time="1464948646"
    feed_last_config_attempt="1464948646"
    feed_last_config_info=""
    feed_last_config_result="success"
    feed_last_connected_time="1464948647"
    feed_status="connected"
    feed_status_message=""
    fr24key=""
    last_json_utc="1464950523"
    last_rx_connect_status="OK"
    last_rx_connect_time="1464950589"
    last_rx_connect_time_s="2016-06-03 10:43:09"
    last_rx_global_timeout="1464949258"
    mlat-ok="NO"
    mlat-started="YES"
    mlat_problem="no-config"
    msg_ring_full="0"
    msg_ring_length="0"
    num_global_timeouts="1"
    num_messages="0"
    num_resyncs="0"
    offline-mode="no"
    rx_connected="0"
    shutdown="no"
    time_update_utc="1464950582"
    time_update_utc_s="2016-06-03 10:43:02"
    timing_is_valid="1"
    timing_last_drift="+0.0011"
    timing_last_offset="+0.0011"
    timing_last_result="success"
    timing_source="NTP"
    timing_time_last_attempt="1464950454"
    timing_time_last_success="1464950454"
    timing_time_since_last_success="603"
    Last edited by jeanrobert; 2016-06-04, 00:11.

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  • Oblivian
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    It can save lots of data in a file for review (errors, tracking details) if you do not wish to review. You can disable. If you wish to review, you decide the period to keep.

    Sent from my XT1092 using Tapatalk

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  • jeanrobert
    started a topic RASBERRY PI CONFIGURATION

    RASBERRY PI CONFIGURATION

    Hi

    Sorry for my bad English but will do my possible to be clear.

    Here the question:

    When i configure my rasberry, there is one question ask by the system that i do not understand. I sy yes to MLAT thes the question is:

    Please select desired logfile mode:

    0- Disabled
    1-48 hre 24 hrs rotation
    2-72 hrs 24 hrs rotation

    I do not understand what it means so dont know what to answer.

    Can someone help me please.

    Thanks

    Jean-Robert
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