Yep, got it. And that's exactly what it was doing, no uploads until
that sensor kicked in. Thanks.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
> I believe that each sensor has a watchdog timer. Once it has reported,
> the timer is started. If it does not hear back from the sensor after
> some period, say 5 mins, it will generate a log message.
> On startup, until all sensors report in, the uploads will not start.
> Once started, unless a sensor fails to report in, an update will be
> sent any time new data is received from any of the sensors.
> Does that clarify how it works?
> --- In email@example.com, "Don" <kansasphotos@>
> > I've have had three power failures in my section of the city between
> > 5PM adn 8:30PM today, lasting anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes in
> > duration. Anyway, on this last one, my UPS just didn't have enough
> > time to recharge.
> > What I noticed however when the server came up, the temp\hygro sensor
> > was not responding and on the OS console it's just a matter of getting
> > it back in the search mode.
> > Does WUHU automatically stop sending data when a sensor falls out of
> > sequence or stops receiving data?