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Regenerate alltimelog.txt

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Regenerate alltimelog.txt

Postby mikez104 » Tue Mar 27, 2018 2:00 am

Last July I moved my weather station and got some crazy high rain rates which threw off my all time records page. I figured I could go into the Jul17log.txt file and correct the values. I was able to find the errors and changed them to 0.00 without issue. I then deleted the alltimelog.txt and alltime.ini thinking that they would regenerate after restarting MX. It did, sort of... It just gave the all time records for today only. Is thee a way to regenerate the file from all previous data? It goes back to 2015.

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Re: Regenerate alltimelog.txt

Postby steve » Tue Mar 27, 2018 8:55 am

You don’t need to regenerate alltimelog.txt, it’s only there to help you amend alltime.ini. There is no way to regenerate alltime.ini in MX, however you could retrieve a copy from the latest backup folder that contains a valid version.
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