A bunch of log files that didn't upload

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A bunch of log files that didn't upload

Post by arizonajon » Sun Sep 15, 2019 8:39 pm

Hey Andrew -

I have about 100 log files that WiFiDB doesn't process. I tried using the uploader program, then I tried manual via the web page. Neither worked, or at least I cannot find the files in WiFiDB. I don't get an error, either.

All the files are standard .vs1 files, with a header of

# Vistumbler VS1 - Detailed Export Version 4.0
# Created By: Vistumbler v10.6.5

Can you help?

Cheers and 73 - Jon N7UV

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Re: A bunch of log files that didn't upload

Post by ACalcutt » Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:44 am

can you send a sample one? it may already think it uploaded, or got put into the failed list.

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Re: A bunch of log files that didn't upload

Post by arizonajon » Sat Sep 21, 2019 11:05 am

here are two
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2019-08-19 18-50-21_AutoSave.VS1
(289.09 KiB) Downloaded 4 times
2019-08-19 18-56-44_AutoSave.VS1
(234.26 KiB) Downloaded 5 times

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Re: A bunch of log files that didn't upload

Post by ACalcutt » Wed Sep 25, 2019 6:47 am

it looks like they already got imported, is it reporting somewhere incorrectly?

https://wifidb.net/wifidb/opt/userstats ... &row=15794 (2019-08-19 18-50-21_AutoSave.VS1)
https://wifidb.net/wifidb/opt/userstats ... &row=15795 (2019-08-19 18-56-44_AutoSave.VS1)


Right now the quickest way to find your file would probably be to go to the 'Files Completed' page and search my filename or md5. by default it only shows 250 results per page but you can raise that if you wanted with the following url (note inc=1000 is the number of results that will show on a page)

wifidb.net/wifidb/opt/scheduling.php?func=done&from=0&inc=1000&sort=date&ord=DESC

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