Following the guides in Openenergy monitor , i ready installed Emoncms in my own Server
But i cant get data from my local emoncms ( emonpi )
and appear some nodes that i never config before with some data on it
This is causing confusion, data doesn’t come from emoncms, it goes to emoncms. even on the emonPi data is directed to a local emoncms and/or a remote emoncms by emonHub.
If I understand correctly, you have a emoncms server set up on AWS, which is not being updated from your local emonpi, is that correct?
If so you must use the readwrite apikey as your local emonHub is writing data to the remote emoncms, that is not possible with the readonly apikey.
What response is emonHub getting when posting to emonCMS, can you check emonhub.log on the local emonPi?
Are you able to restart your remote emoncms instance?
Not only is the feeds page not populating or the inputs updating but there is also a “wait…” message in the processlist area of Node 19 which is odd if you never created these inputs as where would a processlist have come from and why isn’t it populating?
Do you have access to the mySQL tables and myphpadmin installed?
That last log from “remote emoncms log ( server)” is not emoncms it is emonhub! It’s called emonhub.log and it even has “Emonhub Pre-release Development version (rc1.2)” in the log to identify itself.
I See no reason for you to be running emonhub on the remote instance, but that doesn’t mean you can’t, there may even be a specific reason for doing that but it will not get access to a serial port on an AWS server, of that we can be pretty sure. That’s why it is reporting it cannot find the serial port.
If you want to keep emonhub on the remote for another reason, that’s fine but you should disable the [[RFM2Pi]] interfacer.
The 2nd log, from the local emonPi it short and a screendump, can you log in to the Pi directly or via ssh and search for any sign of “emoncmsorg” interfacer activity, that centre column in that pic that just shows “RFM2Pi” on every line denotes the interfacer the log entry belongs to, your “snippet” of emonhub.conf from a few posts back looks like you have named the interfacer “emoncmsorg”.
Perhaps you could restart emonhub on the local emonPi using sudo service emonhub restart and post the log that is produced? that will show if the “emoncmsorg” interfacer is being created or not.
Please also confirm you only have one [[emoncmsorg]] in your local emonhub.conf.
im asking about what would be the issue about this images
in my server emoncms is not taking data from emonpi
i ready made the configs
exist a guide for this new process available to add in feeds ?
the process to add feeds is not working
this is my emoncms server runing in aws that i mentioned before
That is by design. The administration menu option should only be available during the current login session, otherwise it’s hidden.
Introduced in emoncms v9.
(I would have expected the api keys to be included within ‘administration’ instead of ‘My Account’…)
hi paul ,
that images are from my emoncms remote ( AWS ) server
do you need from local emonpi too ?
that are the feeds , appear to config in emoncms remote , in the guide of open energy monitor appear as main feeds to config ,
Log to Feed - Power 1
Power to kwh - Power 1
Log to Feed - VRMS ACAC 9v
i asume its the same config feeds for emoncms remote ( emoncms.org ) than my emoncms server ( AWS ) if the emoncms its the same installed , i just follow the guide
Have you got the correct ownership and permissions for the php feed datadir’s? location is set in settings.php. ( about this what kind of permission-ownership i should add ? )
i would like to solve the issue about getting feeds config on my emoncms remote server
Following the instructions i ready set up a emoncms server
inputs are getting data , but when i try to set up feeds for inputs , its stuck on wait message
if this could be a protocol or receiving data issue , the inputs are not receiving any data too , but its getting values from my emonpi