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  • peterhr
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    Originally posted by Six6siX View Post
    Why does the linux feeder for armv6 create a few too many bash <defunct> processes?

    for example

    Code:
    23634 pts/0 00:00:00 flightradar24
    23635 pts/0 00:00:00 bash <defunct>
    23640 pts/0 00:00:00 bash <defunct>
    but after a few hours I will end up with a 10 maybe 20 more processes.
    dunno, but I looked at my stat's (on the premium account logon) - I do very little feeding at 2AM so i've got a cron job that kills dump1090 and the feeder at that time, then restarts them.

    Killing the feeder allows the zombies die properly.

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  • Six6siX
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    Why does the linux feeder for armv6 create a few too many bash <defunct> processes?

    for example
    23634 pts/0 00:00:00 flightradar24
    23635 pts/0 00:00:00 bash <defunct>
    23640 pts/0 00:00:00 bash <defunct>
    but after a few hours I will end up with a 10 maybe 20 more processes.

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  • Toranto
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    Originally posted by uubb View Post
    Toranto:
    Current adsbox version does not set timestamps in MSG data. I can sent you newer one for your tests with fr24 feeding. Just email to me (my email is at top of adsbox source files).
    That's great, thank you! I've sent the e-mail to your mail.ru-adress.

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  • uubb
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    Toranto:
    Current adsbox version does not set timestamps in MSG data. I can sent you newer one for your tests with fr24 feeding. Just email to me (my email is at top of adsbox source files).

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  • peterhr
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    Is it wrong by an exact number of hours?

    If it is it's probably a timezone setting that needs fixing, if it's not then it might be that you need to fix something in the NTP (Network Time Protocol) setup

    do a google lookup on debian timezone command line or debian ntp command line

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  • Toranto
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    So the time of my raspberry Pi is still wrong? Do you have any idea?

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  • peterhr
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    because the feeder compares the time on your equipment with the server time, presumably to ensure that the data that you are uploading is current and mot going to make the planes path jerk about all over the sky.

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  • Toranto
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    Originally posted by HermanZA View Post
    That's just fine then. When you type in : date It should come back with current date and time (UTC)

    Sent from my Z10 using Tapatalk
    So why the feeder give me this error?

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  • HermanZA
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    That's just fine then. When you type in : date It should come back with current date and time (UTC)

    Sent from my Z10 using Tapatalk

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  • Toranto
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    Originally posted by HermanZA View Post
    Toranto: how sure are you the date and time on the Pi are correct? Also UTC time and not local time.

    Sent from my Z10 using Tapatalk
    Because i set the timezone over raspberry-config to UTC? Are there other ways? Date shows also the correct setting...

    Maybe i'm wrong?

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  • HermanZA
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    Toranto: how sure are you the date and time on the Pi are correct? Also UTC time and not local time.

    Sent from my Z10 using Tapatalk

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  • Toranto
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    Hello FR24-Community,
    I'm feeding since last week with my GNS 5890 USB-Stick. Today i tried to feed with the same stick and raspberry pi, so my radar could be online 24/7. But there is a huge error in my configuration. Everything works fine, except the feeder. Can you tell me how can i remove this error? Everytime when my feeder try to upload some data, it tells me: Data feed time difference too big abs( - )=33372 (random numbers every time).

    Any ideas?

    EDIT: Time Zone is set to UTC. I'm using adsbox. I can't use dump1090, because it doesn't work with my GNS 5890...
    Last edited by Toranto; 2014-03-17, 18:27.

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  • peterhr
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    That's a huge long daunting thread now and the answer really needs to go into a locked down FAQ thread

    The radar selected for display is the one that gets the latest updated aircraft position to FR24's servers first, If there are F- radars covering the aready, they usually win the race, though the T- radars will tend to fill in coverage holes.

    If your radar has nothing showing on the map, then it doesn't appear in the list of radars that you can filter on in the web application.

    Your upload status ad data will still contribute to your radars stats page if you are using feeder 241 (or later if there is a leter one)

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  • Amper
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    it's the same answer for your question within that thread for linux and win feeder

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  • fingsen
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    Somethings, I cant find my radar on filter "Radar" list

    I dont know why , it just disappeared ..even the stats page show the radar is "online"

    Mike asks me to read " FR24feed software (The ONLY windows feeder software thread!) "

    but I am using ubuntu .... why should I read those thread about windows ??

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