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Monitoring data wirelessly
RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
(01-19-2021, 03:22 AM)MCS2014 Wrote: After starting this thread, I'm glad to see other have been helped along the way. I come back now because I am once again lost. Have no idea what happened. As I mentioned upthread a couple days back, I was doing ok for a nice run. Then my CopyCPAP just stopped dead and won't connect. I tried Command K and all it does is try to connect to no avail:
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I tried pinging and it's intermittent, getting 100% packet loss again.

Don't know where to start troubleshooting.

Can you upload an image of your hidden Config file as I did in a recent post?
MacBookPro 13, Big Sur, Windows 10 (Parallels 16), FlashAir 16GB W-04,
Contec CMS50F Pulse Oximeter
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RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
@MCS2014 if your ping's are 100% loss then you are having wifi issues again. I think you had the same issue last time also. If I recall your ISP was going to replace you modem/router. Did that ever take place?

Try shutting down your network and remove the FlashAir card from your machine.
Restart the network and wait for everything to come back up.
Insert the FlashAir card back into your machine.
Try to connect again.
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As for the WebDAV setting, either 1 or 2 should work.  From the manuals:

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EDIT:  I use WEBDAV=1 in my config so my Mac would stop leaving it's hidden breadcrumbs everywhere.
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RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
Getting a bigger problem. Have been getting on/off ever day for last couple weeks before it stopped working altogether:

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RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
You haven't added something like a Ring device lately?
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To be honest it looks like a problem with Finder.  I had serious issues with SMB connections where when Finder was opened it would kill the connections unexpectedly.  These particular connections had been active for years and had no problems.  Them something Apple updated in March 2020 when it killed everything.  If I opened Finder it was guaranteed to kill the SMB connection to my NAS.  Couldn't get it back either,  Had to reboot the laptop to get things working again.
It's actually what got me to write that script to begin with.  Using the CLI seemed to work just fine and kept on going, and is still working for a couple of us.
I will try to tweak the script a little more and leave out as much of Finder as possible.  Or maybe even turn it into a bash script (or zsh as it were).
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RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
GREAT! Now I see why sometimes CopyCPAP terminates suddenly...
   

There was a Finder window open...!
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RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
As luck would have it, I experienced a similar failure with the script this morning.  Nothing had changed on my laptop, just went to import my FlashAir data as usual and the script failed miserably!
My cursory look around showed that something in MacOS changed some lines in the script.  To be honest, I didn't think this was possible.  The app was not opened for editing, just double clicked to start the copy process.  I usually reboot the laptop first thing in the morning before I do the import so the only things running were the usual background apps (roboform, google drive, flux, etc) and none of those have any reason to care about CopyCPAP.  Not to mention the fact that it had to be saved in its changed form.  This is absolutely puzzling!  I never opened it for editing and never saved it in its changed state.  Some examples of the code that was changed:

Code:
quit application "Applet"
.....
«event coredosc» "rsync -avz /Volumes/" & diskName & "/" & " " & copyLocation given «class kfil»:window 1
.....
set isBusy to «class busy» as boolean

So now it's a matter of trying to determine if the problem is with AppleScript, Finder, a corrupt file, or something else buried in MacOS and why/how it is changing a file without being told to.

To check if it was the script itself, I copied the code from the wiki page and pasted it into a new Script Editor window, then saved it with a new name (and my network info).  It worked as expected without any problems.  So I don't see an issue with the script itself, and there were no problems with the data being copied, or the connection to my FlashAir.

Now it's time to go hunting for a reason as to why this is happening.....

As to the Finder issue I posted about previously...
It was a known issue and there were 100 or so different fixes posted online.  I tried all of them over time and nothing fixed it for me.  I had to switch to using a third party file manager app to prevent it from disconnecting my SMB connections.  Unfortunately, Finder is such an integral part of the OS that it is impossible not to use it in some fashion, and even more impossible to get rid of it.  Apple has never acknowledged the issue or published any fix that I know of.  They were probably too busy working on Big Sur....
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In a VM: Win10 1909 (18363.1256)

Installing OSCAR on a Mac
Organizing your OSCAR charts
Attaching images and files for the forum
OSCAR Help
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RE: Monitoring data wirelessly
This is just me thinking out loud as it is, what is the permission setting on the app? Will it run with a setting of 500?
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