FlightAware Discussions

Deleting dead feeder?

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?

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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