You can checked my stats page, if you can see the “FLIGHTS WITH POSITIONS FROM THIS FEEDER ON FLIGHTAWARE.COM WITHIN THE LAST HOUR”, which means that feeder is under the PiAware 3.5.3 instead of the Official FlightFeeder 7.9.1~bpo8+1.
When I check your stats page, I do NOT see that. It is the same as mine.
Yes there is a bug preventing the “flights with positions” table from showing up. We are aware of the issue and working on it. This is an issue on the FlightAware servers and not a problem with your device.
@ericcarison - Hi. Any idea when this might be resolved?
Any updates regarding the issue?
Affirm. I notice the same.
We have a fix. It just needs deployment by our operations team. I don’t have a confirmed date yet but should be in the next few days.
The fix is deployed. You should be seeing the “flights with positions” table again.
Yes, and working much better than before. I don’t recall ever having more than a couple of flights displayed. A lot more now.
@ ericcarison - thank you, the “flights with positions” table is working again. But I have another question. This table shows the “Distance” of the aircraft in Imperial Miles. The “Coverage Graph” displays the “Positions Seen” in Aeronautical Miles (NM), and my Skyview Settings (distance rings, and the distance in the Skyview table) are also Aeronautical Miles (NM). Is there a way to change the “Flights With Positions” distance from imperial miles to Nautical Miles? Thank you.
How is this possible? Is the station turned off or not?
Feeder Check-In: 7 minutes ago
Feeder Type: FlightFeeder 7.9.1~bpo8+1
It looks like your feeder been OFFLINE since last Saturday.
Is your connection via Wifi or Ethernet?
Please check your Wifi / Ethernet connection and restart the device.
Looks like one of the feeder processes got stuck. I restarted it. In the future, please mail email@example.com if you have problems with your FlightFeeder.
Thank you. Maybe it’s overheating. But there is no way to know this remotely.
I’m on vacation a hundred kilometers from this receiver. I called my ISP who did not find any problems with my router.
I was puzzled by the status “Feeder Check-In: minutes ago” that showed that the receiver has access to the network.