Deleting dead feeder?


#1

My raspberry pi got cooked and I had to replace it. Is there a way to delete it from FA so I don’t see the zero report stats from it?


#2

It’ll automatically get disabled after 30 days of inactivity.


#3

But it’s interesting that the already deleted feeder is still shown within the Anomalies section.


#4

Good catch, we’ll have that fixed in our release tomorrow evening.


#5

still there:

Anomaly report for piaware feeder with a mac address of b8:27:........
    This feeder last checked in in August 2014.
    ADS-B positions were last received from this feeder in August 2014.
    This system is running a pre-1.6 version of piaware. Piaware version 1.13 is current. Please upgrade to the latest version by     visiting [flightaware.com/adsb/piaware/](http://flightaware.com/adsb/piaware/).
    Your SD card's '/' partition is at 94% of capacity. If you haven't done so, consider running 'sudo raspi-config', pick option 1 to expand its filesystem to occupy the entire SD card. Alternatively it may need a bigger SD card.

#6

Sorry, I forgot we don’t do releases on Friday…it’ll be Monday afternoon US time.


#7

very wise, then if there’s anything really bad - it’s not the weekend.


#8

A fine example of a company that considers that support staff have lives on the weekend! Kudos to FA