Your emonhub.conf has been migrated but not automatically imported (due to potential conflicts). Your original emonhub.conf has been saved as ~/data/old.emonhub.conf, I would recomend you copy your custom node decoders over manually and paste into the new emonhub.conf in ~/data/emonhub.conf. You can edit via Emoncms web interface Setup > EmonHub.
I did that and copied over emoncms.conf which seems to contains inputs, process lists and feeds but still, my inputs and their process do not appear. How is this emoncms.conf file supposed to be used ?
By the way, the “Node” page has been removed from version 9 ?
Appologies, I’m afraid that since the Nodes Module has been deprecated in favour of native Emoncms V9 Input processing it’s not possible to import your existing input processing. I’m afraid you will have to re-create your input processes.
I will make this clearer in the import documentation. Re-building your input processing is a regrettable one time operation. Going forward in the future with Emoncms V9 your import processing will be fully migratable and backed up using the Backup Module in the future.
Yes sure, logging to existing feed is not a problem. When logging the Input to a Feed instead of click on the drop down menu underneath ‘Create New’, this will display your existing feeds. Just select the desired feed. Eg.