I have an old version [9.7.3 | 2016.09.28] of emonCMS running on a Digital Ocean droplet (VM).
It’s utilises the MYSQL engine to store data.
I’ve followed this guide and installed a Redis enabled version: low-write 11.3.0
I then exported the MYSQL database tables (feeds, inputs & individual feed tables) and imported them into the relevant MariaDB tables.
But the Feeds list is not populated:
I noted that @Lykke had a similar issue
I’ve tried flushing the redis cache.
here’s my settings.ini
emoncms_dir = "/opt/emoncms" openenergymonitor_dir = "/opt/openenergymonitor" [sql] server = "127.0.0.1" database = "emoncms" username = "emoncms" password = "@[email protected]" dbtest = false [redis] enabled = true prefix = '' [mqtt] enabled = false user = 'emonpi' password = 'emonpimqtt2016' [feed] engines_hidden = [2,5,6,8,10] redisbuffer[enabled] = true redisbuffer[sleep] = 300 phpfina[datadir] = '/var/opt/emoncms/phpfina/' phptimeseries[datadir] = '/var/opt/emoncms/phptimeseries/' [interface] enable_admin_ui = true feedviewpath = "graph/" favicon = "favicon_emonpi.png" [log] level = 2
I’ve excluded MYSQL:0 from engines_hidden? My thinking is that this enables MYSQL feeds creation?
I’ve noticed that the information_schema database is empty i.e.
select * from information_schema.TABLES where TABLE_SCHEMA = 'emoncms'
and that the List Feeds API i.e. …/feed/list.json?meta=1&apikey=myAPIReadKey
returns an empty array