the question would be whether it's an arbitrary limit set in the reporting software you're using, or whether the data is there.
the structure in the DATALOG directory is pretty simple, and that's where the detailed and highrate flow/pressure data is stored.
if I remember right, it's stored by day, and then session files under that.... if you look at a couple days that are recent, and then look at older days, you can pretty easily tell if any of the files that are found in the recently dated folders are also in the older folders.... that's the real test of whether the machine is deleting data from the card the way the s9 machines did, or not.
05-08-2016, 01:41 PM
(This post was last modified: 05-09-2016, 07:11 AM by 0rangebear.)
I have been using a ResMed AirSence 10 for 133 days.
I purchased a backup card because I lost my card (found it two days later)
When I put in the new card it wrote all the summery data back to day one; on to the new card.
The detailed data only appears to be saved when the card is in the machine.
I have all the old detailed data on the old card and on my Laptop. However the detailed data for the 2 days I did not have a card in the machine appears to be lost.
see attached Daily View in Sleepy Head report from one of the days the card was not in the machine
it'll take more than a doctor to prescribe a remedy
Observations and recommendations communicated here are the perceptions of the writer and should not be misconstrued as medical advice.
I asked the question in the Software Support area of "Moving Data from Old Computer" as the old desktop was on life support and I wanted to save my SleepyHead data to the new desktop. Suffice it to say several suggestions were tried with no success. So on the new machine I created a new user and loaded the SD card from my A10. It loaded 360 days of DETAILED data including the flow data.