I usually start with simple and move to systemd after testing. You
can do this instead.
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nohup python Web_tables.py &>/dev/null &
On 7/24/2017 12:24 PM, Peter M0NWI
Have either of you got Web_tables.py running as a Daemon,
I've tried but it it just seems to stop after it's attempted
to load the .csv files, works normally when run from the
I've switched on Debug logging, and below is all I get;
Starting system web_tables daemon:.
INFO:root:ID ALIAS MAPPER: 'peer_ids.csv' is current, not
INFO:root:ID ALIAS MAPPER: 'subscriber_ids.csv' is current,
To run it I'm using a hacked version of the rc.bridge script,
which seems OK when used with playback, rcm etc.
Actually, tcp_client and web_tables are very
different in how they work… some folks may prefer one or
Something I need to be really, really clear
about with web_tables:
The real-time repeater activity uses the
Motorola IPSC “Repeater Call Monitor” stuff. It’s not
making guesses at what repeaters are doing, it is
reporting what repeaters tell it they’re doing. It can
lose an update packet, and I do not have all of RCM
decoded, so some unexpected things still happen. But for
example, if a repeater is listed as “repeating”, it’s
because that repeater said it was repeating. Similarly,
for those who will ask when HBlink will have a version —
HBP, to my knowledge, does NOT have an RCM-like facility,
so there will never be a feature just like this for HBP
unless it gets a baked in facility like RCM in IPSC. I can
think of some alternatives that are close… like piping
MMDVM’s log over and using it to populate — that’s
actually not too bad of a way to do it… But they’re still
very different solutions to the same general end…. and
it’l take a while.
On Jul 20, 2017, at 1:52 PM, Steve N4IRS
Running current code now
On 7/20/2017 2:33 PM, Peter M0NWI wrote:
Got it, the pointer was when
you said it should be getting the config.
You'd hardcoded 9000, and I'd
not opened that port back into the cloud host
All OK now, thanks, really
nice page, but I'm utilitarian anyway.
Great stuff Cort.