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made a hash of my A10 clock, trying to fix OSCAR
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made a hash of my A10 clock, trying to fix OSCAR
Ok, so I was trying to fix the clock on my A10 and really broke it, and I keep making it worse! I figure it's time to follow the First Law of Holes (Stop digging!) and ask for some help... Oh-jeez

On Sunday night I was trying to fix with the clock on my A10. It was showing date 14-Mar, time 23:57 and it was actually 00:05 on 15-Mar. So I was scrolling down the settings, and date is first and so I changed it to 15-Mar. And then bopped down to the next line and tried to roll the 23:57 to 00:05. At which point the machine told me that it couldn't set the time in the past! Huh? After some struggling, I realized that I could set the clock back to noon on the 15th and no earlier, so I gave up and did something else, finally went to sleep about 2:30 and woke up about 7:00. I loaded my data into the computer and put the card back in, thought oooky, I'll wait until the machine turns over to the next day after noon. So then in the evening I came back and realized that the earliest that it would let me set it to was noon on 16-Mar, which I did. I kept setting it back to noon over and over, and then was able to have it be exactly 12 hours off, showing noon on 16-Mar when it was really midnight 12 hours before. Went to sleep at 12:45am (i.e. 00:45, 3/4 past midnight) with my clock showing 12:45 (i.e. 12:45pm, 3/4 past noon). 

Now my card shows the DATALOG/20210315 directory has files

cathy% ls -l *_SAD.crc
Quote:-rwxrwxrwx  1 cathy  staff  8 Mar 15 16:37 20210315_143444_SAD.crc
-rwxrwxrwx  1 cathy  staff  8 Mar 15 18:47 20210315_163921_SAD.crc
-rwxrwxrwx  1 cathy  staff  8 Mar 15 21:33 20210315_192601_SAD.crc
while the DATALOG/20210316
cathy% ls -l *_SAD.crc

Quote:-rwxrwxrwx  1 cathy  staff  8 Mar 16 13:52 20210316_124639_SAD.crc
-rwxrwxrwx  1 cathy  staff  8 Mar 16 14:11 20210316_135554_SAD.crc
-rwxrwxrwx  1 cathy  staff  8 Mar 16 14:54 20210316_141254_SAD.crc
-rwxrwxrwx  1 cathy  staff  8 Mar 16 15:22 20210316_145608_SAD.crc
-rwxrwxrwx  1 cathy  staff  8 Mar 16 16:35 20210316_152358_SAD.crc
-rwxrwxrwx  1 cathy  staff  8 Mar 16 18:40 20210316_163637_SAD.crc
-rwxrwxrwx  1 cathy  staff  8 Mar 16 19:05 20210316_184137_SAD.crc

I was unable to set my clock back at all, not even 1 minute, until after noon. Since my clock was exactly 12 hours ahead, by 1:30pm today (16-Mar) it was showing 1:30am (17-Mar). AND it will let me set the clock back all the way to 00:01 on 17-Mar. As I am writing this, my CPAP clock now says 00:01 on 17-Mar and it's 23:38 (11:38pm) on 16-Mar. My plan is to wait until after midnight, creep the clock back to the correct time, and go to sleep.

BUT -- I already loaded my data for 15-mar and 16-mar into OSCAR, and I did it in the morning of the 16th while the afternoon of the 16th was still in the future, and now OSCAR is a mess! It loaded both days into the March 15th slot. (File time stamps were in future when I did the data loads).

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So now I think I've got my clock straightened out -- sure the sleep sessions on the 15th and 16th will be 12 hours off, but that's not too big a deal, and going forward from tonight they will be right.

But what can I do to fix the data that I already loaded into OSCAR? Is there a way to delete just the 15-Mar / 16-Mar data, and then come back in the morning and re-load and get the 15th through 17th?

I think that I need to drag the DATALOG/20210315 files out of the DATALOG/20210315 directory and into the DATALOG/20210314 directory (which is empty) and then drag the DATALOG/20210316 files out of 0316 and into DATALOG/20210315, and then have the 20210317_* files all be in the DATALOG/20210317 directory (this is simplified by the fact that I've not made it to sleep before midnight any of these nights.)

So tomorrow morning, how do I fix OSCAR?

(Hopefully this will help anybody else who gets into this pickle... If your clock is off by 24 hours, it takes 2 days to push it back, 12 hours at a time...)

Thanks!
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RE: made a hash of my A10 clock, trying to fix OSCAR
You can purge and reimport the days in question.

Go to:
Data > Advanced > Purge Current Selected Day.

After purging the days in question, try reimporting your data.
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