weewx kein public_html Folder  (Gelesen 2384 mal)

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Re: weewx kein public_html Folder
Antwort #10 am: 10.08.2015, 07:04:17
Hallo Wolli,

da kommt leider auch folgende Meldung:
"-bash: wee_config: command not found"

Schon seltsam irgendwie. Ich such mir nen Wolf nach ner Lösung für das Problem :-(

Gruß Dominik

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Re: weewx kein public_html Folder
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Re: weewx kein public_html Folder
Antwort #11 am: 10.08.2015, 12:21:27
Hallo Dominik,
Du musst zum Aufruf den Pfad zu der wee_config-Datei mit angeben. Normalerweise liegt die Datei im /bin-Verzeichnis. Wenn Du es z.B. aus dem weewx-Hauptverzeichnis aufrufst, in dem auch die weewx.conf-Datei steht lautet der Befehl:

./bin/wee_config weewx.conf --help

VG
Wolli

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Re: weewx kein public_html Folder
Antwort #12 am: 10.08.2015, 16:25:27
Ich kann ja mal eine Confic von mir posten. Sollte da kein Fehler sein könnte man einfach mal schauen ob man ein image von raspbian tauschen kann oder nur weewx. Ich habe den aktuellen rasbery pi 2 mit 1 Gb ram.
Aus der Confic habe ich die user und pw von mir gelöscht. Und die Stations daten wie url oder position.
Die confic ist für eine wmr 200 eingestellt was man aber sicher leicht ändern kann.
sqlite ist als db eingestellt.

# WEEWX CONFIGURATION FILE
#
# Copyright (c) 2009-2015 Tom Keffer <tkeffer@gmail.com>
# See the file LICENSE.txt for your rights.

##############################################################################

# This section is for general configuration information.

# Set to 1 for extra debug info, otherwise comment it out or set to zero
debug = 1

# Root directory of the weewx data file hierarchy for this station
WEEWX_ROOT = /home/weewx

# How long to wait before timing out a socket (FTP, HTTP) connection
socket_timeout = 20

# Do not modify this. It is used when installing and updating weewx.
version = 3.2.1

##############################################################################

#   This section is for information about the station.

[Station]
   
    # Description of the station location
    location =
   
    # Latitude and longitude in decimal degrees
    latitude =
    longitude =
   
    # Altitude of the station, with unit it is in. This is downloaded from
    # from the station if the hardware supports it.
    altitude = 74, meter
   
    # Set to type of station hardware. There must be a corresponding stanza
    # in this file with a 'driver' parameter indicating the driver to be used.
    station_type = WMR200
   
    # If you have a website, you may specify an URL
    #station_url = http://www.example.com
   
    # The start of the rain year (1=January; 10=October, etc.). This is
    # downloaded from the station if the hardware supports it.
    rain_year_start = 1
   
    # Start of week (0=Monday, 6=Sunday)
    week_start = 0
   
    # If you have a website, you may specify an URL
    station_url =

##############################################################################

[WMR200]
    # This section is for the Oregon Scientific WMR200
   
    # The station model, e.g., WMR200, WMR200A, Radio Shack W200
    model = WMR200
   
    archive_interval = 60
   
    # The driver to use:
    driver = weewx.drivers.wmr200

##############################################################################

#   This section is for uploading data to Internet sites

[StdRESTful]
   
    [[StationRegistry]]
        # To register this weather station with weewx, set this to true
        register_this_station = True
   
    [[AWEKAS]]
        # This section is for configuring posts to AWEKAS.
       
        # If you wish to do this, set the option 'enable' to true,
        # and specify a username and password.
        enable = true
        username =
        password =
   
    [[CWOP]]
        # This section is for configuring posts to CWOP.
       
        # If you wish to do this, set the option 'enable' to true,
        # and specify the station ID (e.g., CW1234).
        enable = true
        station =
   
    # If this is an APRS (radio amateur) station, uncomment
    # the following and replace with a passcode (e.g., 12345).
    #passcode = replace_me (APRS stations only)
   
    [[PWSweather]]
        # This section is for configuring posts to PWSweather.com.
       
        # If you wish to do this, set the option 'enable' to true,
        # and specify a station and password.
        enable = true
        station =
        password =
   
    [[WOW]]
        # This section is for configuring posts to WOW.
       
        # If you wish to do this, set the option 'enable' to true,
        # and specify a station and password.
        enable = true
        station =
        password =
   
    [[Wunderground]]
        # This section is for configuring posts to the Weather Underground.
       
        # If you wish to do this, set the option 'enable' to true,
        # and specify a station (e.g., 'KORHOODR3') and password.
        enable = true
        station =
        password =
       
        # Set the following to True to have weewx use the WU "Rapidfire"
        # protocol. Not all hardware can support it. See the User's Guide.
        rapidfire = false
   
 

##############################################################################

#   This section specifies what reports, using which skins, to generate.

[StdReport]
   
    # Where the skins reside, relative to WEEWX_ROOT
    SKIN_ROOT = /home/weewx/skins
   
    # Where the generated reports should go, relative to WEEWX_ROOT
    HTML_ROOT = /var/www/weewx
   
    # The database binding indicates which data should be used in reports.
    data_binding = wx_binding
   
    # Each of the following subsections defines a report that will be run.
   
    [[StandardReport]]
        # See the customizing guide to change the units, plot types and line
        # colors, modify the fonts, display additional sensor data, and other
        # customizations. Many of those changes can be made here by overriding
        # parameters, or by modifying templates within the skin itself.
       
        # The StandardReport uses the 'Standard' skin, which contains the
        # images, templates and plots for the report.
        skin = Standard
        [[[Units]]]
            [[[[Groups]]]]
                group_altitude = meter
                group_speed2 = meter_per_second2
                group_pressure = mbar
                group_rain = mm
                group_rainrate = mm_per_hour
                group_temperature = degree_C
                group_degree_day = degree_C_day
                group_speed = meter_per_second
   
    [[FTP]]
        # FTP'ing the results to a webserver is treated as just another report,
        # albeit one with an unusual report generator!
        skin = Ftp
       
        # If you wish to use FTP, uncomment and fill out the next four lines.
        #user = replace with the ftp username
        #password = replace with the ftp password
        #server = replace with the ftp server name, e.g, www.threefools.org
        #path = replace with the ftp destination directory (e.g., /weather)
       
        # Set to True for a secure FTP (SFTP) connection. Not all servers
        # support this.
        secure_ftp = False
       
        # To upload files from something other than what HTML_ROOT is set
        # to above, specify a different HTML_ROOT here.
        #HTML_ROOT = public_html
       
        # Most FTP servers use port 21
        port = 21
       
        # Set to 1 to use passive mode, zero for active mode
        passive = 1
       
        # If you wish to use FTP, uncomment and fill out the next four lines:
        user =
        password =
        server =
        path = /
   
    [[RSYNC]]
        # rsync'ing to a webserver is treated as just another report
        skin = Rsync
       
        # If you wish to use rsync, you must configure passwordless ssh using
        # public/private key authentication from the user account that weewx
        # runs as to the user account on the remote machine where the files
        # will be copied.
        #
        # The following three lines determine where files will be sent.
        #server = replace with the rsync server name, e.g, www.threefools.org
        #path = replace with the rsync destination directory (e.g., /weather)
        #user = replace with the rsync username
       
        # Rsync can be configured to remove files from the remote server if
        # they don't exist under HTML_ROOT locally. USE WITH CAUTION: if you
        # make a mistake in the remote path, you could could unintentionally
        # cause unrelated files to be deleted. Set to 1 to enable remote file
        # deletion, zero to allow files to accumulate remotely.
        delete = 0

##############################################################################

#   This service acts as a filter, converting the unit system coming from
#   the hardware to a unit system in the database.

[StdConvert]
   
    # The target_unit affects only the unit system in the database. Once
    # chosen it cannot be changed without converting the entire database.
    # Modification of target_unit after starting weewx will result in
    # corrupt data - the database will contain a mix of US and METRIC data.
    #
    # The value of target_unit does not affect the unit system for
    # reporting - reports can display US, Metric, or any combination of units.
    #
    # In most cases, target_unit should be left as the default: US
    #
    # In particular, those migrating from a standard wview installation
    # should use US since that is what the wview database contains.
   
    # DO NOT MODIFY THIS VALUE UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!
    target_unit = US    # Options are 'US', 'METRICWX', or 'METRIC'

##############################################################################

#   This section can adjust data using calibration expressions.

[StdCalibrate]
   
    [[Corrections]]
        # For each type, an arbitrary calibration expression can be given.
        # It should be in the units defined in the StdConvert section.
        # For example:
        # outTemp = outTemp - 0.2
        # For each type, an arbitrary calibration expression can be given.
        # It should be in the units defined in the StdConvert section.
        # Example:
        foo = foo + 0.2

##############################################################################

#   This section is for quality control checks. If units are not specified,
#   values must be in the units defined in the StdConvert section.

[StdQC]
   
    [[MinMax]]
        barometer = 26, 32.5, inHg
        outTemp = -40, 120, degree_F
        inTemp = 10, 120, degree_F
        outHumidity = 0, 100
        inHumidity = 0, 100
        windSpeed = 0, 120, mile_per_hour

##############################################################################

#   This section controls the origin of derived values.

[StdWXCalculate]
    # Derived quantities are calculated by this service. Possible values are:
    #  hardware        - use the value provided by hardware
    #  software        - use the value calculated by weewx
    #  prefer_hardware - use value provide by hardware if available,
    #                      otherwise use value calculated by weewx
   
    pressure = prefer_hardware
    barometer = prefer_hardware
    altimeter = prefer_hardware
    windchill = prefer_hardware
    heatindex = prefer_hardware
    dewpoint = prefer_hardware
    inDewpoint = prefer_hardware
    rainRate = prefer_hardware

##############################################################################

#   For hardware that supports it, this section controls how often the
#   onboard clock gets updated.

[StdTimeSynch]
   
    # How often to check the weather station clock for drift (in seconds)
    clock_check = 14400
   
    # How much it can drift before we will correct it (in seconds)
    max_drift = 5

##############################################################################

#   This section is for configuring the archive service.

[StdArchive]
   
    # If the station hardware supports data logging then the archive interval
    # will be downloaded from the station. Otherwise, specify it (in seconds).
    archive_interval = 60
   
    # How long to wait (in seconds) before processing new archive data. Must
    # be greater than zero.
    archive_delay = 15
   
    # If possible, new archive records are downloaded from the station
    # hardware. If the hardware does not support this, then new archive
    # records will be generated in software.
    # Set the following to "software" to force software record generation.
    record_generation = hardware
   
    # Whether to include LOOP data in hi/low statistics
    loop_hilo = True
   
    # The data binding used to save archive records
    data_binding = wx_binding

##############################################################################

#   This section binds a data store to a database.

[DataBindings]
   
    [[wx_binding]]
        # The database must match one of the sections in [Databases].
        # This is likely to be the only option you would want to change.
        database = archive_sqlite
        # The name of the table within the database
        table_name = archive
        # The manager handles aggregation of data for historical summaries
        manager = weewx.wxmanager.WXDaySummaryManager
        # The schema defines the structure of the database.
        # It is *only* used when the database is created.
        schema = schemas.wview.schema

##############################################################################

#   This section defines various databases.

[Databases]
   
    # A SQLite database is simply a single file
    [[archive_sqlite]]
        database_type = SQLite
        database_name = weewx.sdb
   
    # MySQL
    [[archive_mysql]]
        database_type = MySQL
        database_name = weewx

##############################################################################

#   This section defines defaults for the different types of databases.

[DatabaseTypes]
   
    # Defaults for SQLite databases
    [[SQLite]]
        driver = weedb.sqlite
        # Directory in which the database files are located
        SQLITE_ROOT = /var/lib/weewx
   
    # Defaults for MySQL databases
    [[MySQL]]
        driver = weedb.mysql
        # The host where the database is located
        host = localhost
        # The user name for logging in to the host
        user = weewx
        # The password for the user name
        password = weewx

##############################################################################

#   This section configures the internal weewx engine.

[Engine]
   
    [[Services]]
        # This section specifies the services that should be run. They are
        # grouped by type, and the order of services within each group
        # determines the order in which the services will be run.
        prep_services = weewx.engine.StdTimeSynch,
        data_services = ,
        process_services = weewx.engine.StdConvert, weewx.engine.StdCalibrate, weewx.engine.StdQC, weewx.wxservices.StdWXCalculate
        archive_services = weewx.engine.StdArchive,
        restful_services = weewx.restx.StdStationRegistry, weewx.restx.StdWunderground, weewx.restx.StdPWSweather, weewx.restx.StdCWOP, weewx.restx.StdWOW, weewx.restx.StdAWEKAS
        report_services = weewx.engine.StdPrint, weewx.engine.StdReport

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Re: weewx kein public_html Folder
Antwort #13 am: 10.08.2015, 19:49:12
Hallo Wolli,

das hat funktioniert, vielen Dank. Eine Fehlermeldung habe ich jedoch erhalten als ich das Interval umsetzen wollte und zwar

File "/home/weewx/bin/weewx/drivers/vantage.py", line 83, in wakeup_console
    raise weewx.WakeupError("Unable to wake up Vantage console")
weewx.WakeupError: Unable to wake up Vantage console

Beiträge zusammengeführt, weil der Autor sich selbst geantwortet hat statt seinen letzten Beitrag zu ändern: 10.08.2015, 20:43:27
Ok, nach nem Reboot und erneutem setzen des Intervalls geht jetzt alles. Nur noch bissel Customizing und cron Job dann bin ich zufrieden. Hier mal der Link zu Wunderground. Alle 60 sek. wird jetzt neu gepusht.
http://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=IBADENWR395

Dominik
« Letzte Änderung: 10.08.2015, 21:29:58 von Dominiknz »