Process sdr100 failing

Hello,
noticed when running http://my.outernet.is/qa/
that I am seeing a continuous fail of the sdr100 process. any ideas? Or is this not an issue?
everything “seems” to be operating correctly though. Other than I still dont see the weather app (globe) after 3 days of running.

running version: 3.1
Build: 81529a1

Thanks,

Lee

in the Tuner status, do you see you are constantly receiving packets?

If you are then the process sdr100 failing in the qa/ page can be safely ignored.

Can you give me a list of files in the Weather folder and its subfolders?

constantly receiving packets. ignoring “fail”.
here is a snapshot (text) of directories and their content.

[email protected]:~$ ssh [email protected]
[email protected]’s password:

rxOS v3.1 / rpi3 (81529a1)
built at 2016-10-30 18:23:45+00:00

[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather]$ ls
2017 current
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather]$ cd 2017
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/2017]$ ls
01
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/2017]$ cd 01
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/2017/01]$ ls
02 03 04 05
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/2017/01]$ cd 02
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/2017/01/02]$ ls
0000-mean_sea_level_pressure-gfs-1.0.json
0000-relative_humidity-surface-level-gfs-1.0.json
0000-temp-surface-level-gfs-1.0.json
0000-total_cloud_water-gfs-1.0.json
0000-total_precipitable_water-gfs-1.0.json
0000-wind-surface-level-gfs-1.0.json
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/2017/01/02]$ cd …
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/2017/01]$ ls
02 03 04 05
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/2017/01]$ cd …
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/2017]$ ls
01
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/2017]$ cd …
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather]$ ls
2017 current
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather]$ cd current
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/current]$ ls
current-mean_sea_level_pressure-gfs-1.0.json
current-relative_humidity-surface-level-gfs-1.0.json
current-temp-surface-level-gfs-1.0.json
current-total_cloud_water-gfs-1.0.json
current-total_precipitable_water-gfs-1.0.json
current-wind-surface-level-gfs-1.0.json
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/data/weather/current]$
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather]$ cd grib2/
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/grib2]$ ls
gfs.2017010100 gfs.2017010200
[rxOS][[email protected]:/mnt/internal/Weather/grib2]$

via the UI clicking on Weather tab gives me:
data
grib2

Clicking on the data directory gives me:
oscar
weather
clicking on weather gives me:
2017
current

clicking on 2017 gives me:
01
clicking on 01 gives me:
02
03
04
05
all populated with the necessary .json files

backing up and clicking on current gives me:
mean_sea_level
current-relative humidity
current temp surface
current total cloud
current total precipitable
current wind surface

Also on the main UI page there is also a grib2 directory outside of the weather directory.
its contents are:

_gfs.tz.pgrb2.1p00.f000.grib2

I have re-upped the Weather app file priority on the carousel. Please check again in an hour or so to see if its downloaded yet.

At this point Skylark is a better option though. A new release of skylark should drop in the next couple days.