Thanks, you may have been looking at the page shortly after a reboot I did this afternoon. I think it’s reporting normally.
allow-auto-updates yes # updated by fa_piaware_config
allow-manual-updates yes # updated by fa_piaware_config
# dump1090-fa configuration
# This is sourced by /usr/share/dump1090-fa/start-dump1090-fa as a
# shellscript fragment.
# dump1090-fa won't automatically start unless ENABLED=yes
# SDR device type. Use "none" for a net-only configuration
# serial number or device index of device to use (only needed if there is more than one SDR connected)
# Initial receiver gain, in dB. If adaptive gain is enabled (see below) the actual gain
# may change over time
# Adjust gain to try to achieve optimal dynamic range / noise floor?
# Target dynamic range in dB (leave blank to autoselect based on SDR type)
# Reduce gain when loud message bursts from nearby aircraft are seen?
# Gain range to allow when changing gain, in dB (empty = no limit)
# Turn on options to reduce load on slower CPUs, at the expense of slightly worse decoder performance.
# Setting "auto" will enable these options only if the CPU appears to be a slow CPU (currently this
# means armv6 only, e.g. Pi Zero)
# Local wisdom file used to select DSP implementations; uses built-in ranking if the file is missing
# Correct CRC errors where possible
# Receiver location, used for some types of position decoding. Provide the location as
# signed decimal degrees. If not given here, dump1090 will also try to read a receiver
# location from /var/cache/piaware/location.env (written automatically by PiAware, if installed)
# Maximum range, in NM. Positions more distant than this are ignored. No limit if not set.
# Network ports to listen on for connections
# Accuracy of location written to JSON output
# Additional options can be added here:
# If OVERRIDE_OPTIONS is set, only those options are used; all other options
# in this config file are ignored.
# This is a marker to make it easier for scripts to identify a v6-style config file