Re: currdat.lst and archiving and backup
- I am not sure there is any automated way to pull down the data from
WUHU although that would be a good project for a programmer.
The best thing to do is keep a history.dat locally.
--- In email@example.com, "RS Moreland"
> No, the original machine was defaulted to Heavyweather dat file and
> never changed it. The new (98) machine goes to my docs. This soundsinstructions
> like a 24 hr file right?
> Thats for the info. I'll go to the link and see about setting up
> something more long term.
> If I do change the setup, can I bring in the two currdat files? or
> maybe get the older data from WU?
> Thanks, Bob
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software"
> <wuhu_software@> wrote:
> > Bob,
> > Are you referring to the Heavyweather Pro Compatible History file
> > in the general settings?
> > If so, that file will grow forever. You can have it broken up
> > automatically in to monthly files. To do this see the
> > follow this:
> > 21) Added the following replacement strings that can be used when
> > naming the Heavyweather Pro history.dat file generated by WUHU.
> > On the software download page here:
> > http://home.comcast.net/~wuhu_software/
> > This history files are useful for locally graphing your data, if
> you do
> > not need this, you do not need the history file.
> > --- In email@example.com, "RS Moreland"
> > <bobmoreland@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Greetings,
> > > I've switched to a different computer and started a new data
> > How
> > > much data is kept in this file? If it's 24 hours, what happens
> > olderchanged,
> > > data? Should I care? (yesterdays weather is history)or should I
> > > this data forever?
> > > The number of hours in memory appears to be able to be
> > should
> > > I?
> > > WU has my data archived, is that enough?
> > > Sorry about all the questions but I thought a discussion/opions
> > > give me a chance to sort this out.
> > > Thanks, Bob
> > >