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Line Chart Bug - May 3rd to now won't display data
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Re: Line Chart Bug - May 3rd to now won't display data

by cjdshaw on Thu Aug 15, 2019 1:41 pm

There was, but it's fixed now
viewtopic.php?f=56&t=155208

john87 wrote:It's August 14 and I'm seeing what looks like the May 3 bug.

Many of my charts have a straight section that looks like no data was collected for various amounts of time. I'm not sure, but I'd say it's the same for all the charts in a dashboard. If I change the time scale, it might change the straight section's location or it might go away.

As expected, the downloaded feed has all the data.

Is something happening again?

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Re: Line Chart Bug - May 3rd to now won't display data

by graeaquil on Mon Dec 16, 2019 10:29 pm

sugarleaves wrote:Hello,

I'm experiencing a bug where I switched my feed to sending data via MQTT. Previously it was using HTTP POST. My feed graph now is now not displaying a few hours worth of data, and is only showing the last datapoint (ie. the gap of data not showing is growing). The raw data is shown in the feed correctly with the correct timestamps, so I know it's there.

The incorrect graph looks like:
Image

I've since switched back to HTTP POST but the graph bug is still there. Again, I can still see new raw feed data being added, it's just displaying all wrong.

The page loads with the graph missing that straight line (and thus missing hours of data), and then loads the latest data point it received and ignores everything in between.

Anyone have ideas on how to fix this? I'm tempted to just reset all the data/create a new feed but would rather not lose my history.
Shame to have a big gap in my long term data, but at least the short term plot is usable again

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