Aircraft seen not updating


#1

Hi

Haven’t had a problem since the update at the beginning of December, but I notice that I am showing as ‘Today’ not ‘Live’ again and only 91 aircraft reported in 3 hrs !
PP is showing sharing upload complete to Flightaware but FA is not updating.

Ian


#2

Same here :frowning:


#3

Apparently I am still in this club too. :imp:


#4

Nobody care to reply ?
Still not showing as ‘Live’ :confused: :frowning:


#5

I tried adding 20dB attenuation reducing the message rate below 1,000 per sec but it didn’t work this time.

Peter


#6

We had a resurgence of the problem from last month – fixed permanently this time. Thanks for catching it.


#7

Thanks for the reply


#8

Aircraft not updating. Using Planeplotter to share info. All parameters correct. Have had FlightAware program running for approx. 6 hours with a good no of aircraft showing, but not reflected in FlightAware.

Frustrating.


#9

How many aircraft do you see? We’re receiving your data, but only about 1000 bytes per submission.


#10

I still see a drop to the bottom line for various users on rank 1-10. no updates at all.
namely one of my feeds and those of peter benny, erik kramers, gary morton, paul gibbs, ian
kirby,


#11

The graph does not reflect today’s activity.


#12

Generally 31 aircraft, tailing off to just a few later in that evening.
I have logged on again today and all seems fine.


#13

While the feeds were not updating I tried feeding from my SBS3 which resulted in the following ID to be generated.
Please delete this ID :-

**ID: 700
Joined: 2014-01-08
Feed method: SBS-3
Nearest Airport: Naval Air Facility Atsugi (Ayase, Kanagawa JP) (RJTA / NJA)
Country: Japan **

Peter


#14

I noticed today my total seen DROPPED, from 9,000 to 8,821 in a couple of hours. this was reflected in my daily average and today’s total. I thought I had seen this before but the even number of 9,000 confirmed it. any thing going on?


#15

See “Why do my statistics totals sometimes decrease?” on flightaware.com/adsb/faq#statsdecrease