TPv5 RT logging issue

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TPv5 RT logging issue

Post by magg » Wed Aug 04, 2010 4:27 pm

Asked this question in general discussion without resolutiom, issue might be better raised as a bug.

Need help to understand the best method for repeated start/stop logging without having to shutdown the TPv5 RT application. Problem occurs when a logging period is saved & the laptop is placed in hibernation or standby with TPv5 RT still open. When I return to TPv5 RT & begin new logging session, the new log record includes the time elapsed from the last record saved. This results in a record that can be many hours long before the newl data record period appears at the end of the record.

Was hoping that I would not have to shutdown TPv5 RT application at the connclusion of every logging run.

Comments by some suggestion it has always been an issue with TP5 RT & others say they have not had this problem.

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Post by Mangus » Mon Aug 09, 2010 6:58 am

Does this problem manifest if you do not sleep/hibernate the computer between runs?
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Post by magg » Thu Aug 12, 2010 9:55 pm

Mangus, short answer yes.

Have run a number of senarious & it appears the only time the log record starts at zero time with data, is when TP5 application is closed & then restarted for the next logging session.

Even when a logging session is stopped then saved and TP5 kept running, the next logging session will have a blank data period at the beginning of the log equal to the time elapsed since the last log. Same outcome when laptop placed in hibernate & TP5 remains open.

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Post by dfddfd2 » Fri Aug 13, 2010 4:43 am

Mark,

This is the same problem I reported 6/2309. There are some example XDLs in that email.

Dave

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Post by Mangus » Fri Aug 13, 2010 7:49 am

Thanks Magg. That was the piece of information that I needed!

Dave, yes, I have quite a few examples of this and know it exists. I've tried many times to figure out why it's happening, but now I think I have a good idea...
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