A few months ago my OpenEnergyMonitor stopped receiving input. I have an emonBase and many TH’s and TX’s. When this happened, I became busy and shutdown my emonBase and moved on to urgent tasks. I’m back now. I don’t recall if anything in particular triggered the change. My notes indicate that I did try to fix it by the emonCMS update and via apt update/upgrade. Neither helped.
As I debug now I see that emonHub is running because “top -c” shows:
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND 971 emonhub 20 0 49620 16520 6456 S 3.9 1.7 2:19.52 python /usr/share/emonhub/emonhub.py --config-file /home/pi/data/emonhub.conf --logfile /var/log/emonhub/em+
The /var/log/emonhub/emonhub.log lists a continuous stream of the following and nothing else:
2018-10-27 19:00:20,931 DEBUG RFM2Pi device settings updated: [RF12demo.14] E i5 g210 @ 433 MHz 2018-10-27 19:00:23,651 DEBUG RFM2Pi device settings updated: [RF12demo.14] E i5 g210 @ 433 MHz
It looks to me like maybe the red light on the daughter board on the emonBase flashes each time an entry appears in this log file. I have a lot of TH’s and TX’s in the house. I suspect most of the TH’s are no longer running. There is an emonTH right next to the emonBase and it’s red LED flashes about every 58 seconds.
FWIW the emonhub config for that TH is
[] nodename = TH22_Kitchen [[[rx]]] names = temperature, external temperature, humidity, battery datacode = h scales = 0.1,0.1,0.1,0.1 units = C,C,%,V
Where should I be looking to fix this?