DataYours setup

Don’t know what is wrong with the setup running on OpenLuup. Storage provider is registered and can be used.
wsp files are visible under /etc/cmh-ludl.
Though I see following error

DataDash CONFIGURATION at Sun Sep 25 08:46:08 2016

DAEMON = {
VERSION = “2016.01.04”,
client = “DataDash”,
destinations = {},
errors = {
count = 6,
message = “ERROR: ./L_DataDash.lua:446: invalid value (nil) at index 1 in table for ‘concat’”,
time = “Sun Sep 25 08:44:22 2016”
},
http = {received = 5},
ip = “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”,
start_time = “Sat Sep 24 12:06:14 2016”,
udp = {
last_received = {},
last_sent = {},
received = 0,
sent = 0
}
}

DATADASH = {
VERSION = “2016.01.04”,
whisper = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”
}

DEBUG = {}

[cache] = {
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
UDP_RECEIVER_PORT = “2003”
}

[dash] = {
DATAMINE_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
ICON_PATH = “/cmh/skins/default/img/devices/device_states/”,
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
VERAS = “”
}

[graph] = {
DATAMINE_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”
}

[mine] = {DATAMINE_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”}

[relay] = {
DESTINATIONS = “127.0.0.1:2003”,
LINE_RECEIVER_PORT = “”,
LIVE_ENERGY_USAGE = “1”,
MEMORY_STATS = “1”,
SYSLOG = “”
}

I’m assuming that the only data watches you have set up have been through the AltUI interface rather than the DataYours dashboard?

At this time, the dashboard only looks for Whisper files of the type Vera-nnnnnnnn.deviceNo.serviceId.variable.wsp, and will not see any of the metrics being written by AltUI, which are named as you choose and probably much more intuitive. This is by design, but should change in the future. The AltUI interface is clean and simple; the DataYours one is rather clunky. Under the covers, they all use the same implementation of the Graphite system and Whisper database, but it’s just a UI thing that makes them appear different. An update to DataYours to include the new Data Storage Finder structure is underway (slowly) and will eventually resolve this.

I think that this error will go away once (if) you set up a variable watch with the dashboard. However, AltUI itself doesn’t use the dashboard, so this is not an issue. You don’t need the dashboard running at all.

Let me know if you find anything different.

Thanks for the info akbooer
Tried to use graphs in the datayours dashboard but nothing came up
config showed

DataGraph CONFIGURATION at Sun Sep 25 12:52:58 2016

DAEMON = {
VERSION = “2016.01.04”,
client = “DataGraph”,
destinations = {},
errors = {
count = 4,
message = “ERROR: ./L_DataWhisper.lua:622: unable to open Whisper file ‘/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours0.wsp’”,
time = “Sun Sep 25 10:02:17 2016”
},
http = {received = 2},
ip = “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”,
start_time = “Sun Sep 25 08:49:47 2016”,
udp = {
last_received = {},
last_sent = {},
received = 0,
sent = 0
}
}

DATAGRAPH = {
VERSION = “2016.01.04”,
stats = {
fetch = {
cpu = 0,
number = 0,
points = 0
},
plot = {
cpu = 0,
number = 0
}
},
whisper = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”
}

[cache] = {
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
UDP_RECEIVER_PORT = “2003”
}

[dash] = {
DATAMINE_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
ICON_PATH = “/cmh/skins/default/img/devices/device_states/”,
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
VERAS = “”
}

[graph] = {
DATAMINE_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”
}

[mine] = {DATAMINE_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”}

[relay] = {
DESTINATIONS = “127.0.0.1:2003”,
LINE_RECEIVER_PORT = “”,
LIVE_ENERGY_USAGE = “1”,
MEMORY_STATS = “1”,
SYSLOG = “”
}

DataWatcher CONFIGURATION at Sun Sep 25 12:55:49 2016

DAEMON = {
VERSION = “2016.01.04”,
client = “DataWatcher”,
destinations = {“127.0.0.1:2003”},
errors = {count = 0},
http = {received = 3},
ip = “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”,
start_time = “Sun Sep 25 08:49:47 2016”,
udp = {
last_received = {},
last_sent = {[“127.0.0.1:2003:inet”] = “Vera-88800127.10015.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.EnergyUsage 0 1474800946”},
received = 0,
sent = 2344
}
}

DATAWATCHER = {
VERSION = “2016.04.09”,
live_energy_usage = {
[“Vera-88800127.10009.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.EnergyUsage”] = {“09 Power TV Master”,4},
[“Vera-88800127.10015.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.EnergyUsage”] = {“15 Lights Garden”,0},
[“Vera-88800127.10093.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.EnergyUsage”] = {“93 Shutters Dining Right”,0},
[“Vera-88800127.10104.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.EnergyUsage”] = {“104 RGBW Master”,0},
[“Vera-88800127.10123.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.EnergyUsage”] = {“101 Power TV Dining”,0},
[“Vera-88800127.10125.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.EnergyUsage”] = {“125 YouLess Energymeter”,495},
[“Vera-88800127.10134.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.EnergyUsage”] = {“134 Powernode Master”,0},
[“Vera-88800127.10135.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.EnergyUsage”] = {“135 Powernode Seagate”,76}
},
memory_stats = {
MemAvail = 826412,
MemFree = “724660”,
MemUsed = 223448
},
tally = {
HTTP_relayed = {},
UDP_relayed = {},
watched = {[“10125.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.Watts”] = 7}
},
translations = {}
}

[cache] = {
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
UDP_RECEIVER_PORT = “2003”
}

[dash] = {
DATAMINE_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
ICON_PATH = “/cmh/skins/default/img/devices/device_states/”,
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
VERAS = “”
}

[graph] = {
DATAMINE_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”,
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”
}

[mine] = {DATAMINE_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/datayours”}

[relay] = {
DESTINATIONS = “127.0.0.1:2003”,
LINE_RECEIVER_PORT = “”,
LIVE_ENERGY_USAGE = “1”,
MEMORY_STATS = “1”,
SYSLOG = “”
}

Ah, that’s easy… you haven’t got a ‘/’ at the end of your LOCAL_DATA_DIR parameter.

Aaaaah you’re right, all is now visible
Thanks for your help!

good evening
i decided installed datayours plus on vera
but something it is wrong on data Cache and data Dash. (
anybody can tell me what it is wrong?

ataCache CONFIGURATION at Fri Mar 29 01:25:56 2019

DAEMON = {
VERSION = _VERSION,
client = “DataCache”,
destinations = {},
errors = {
count = 729,
message = “ERROR: [string “module (“L_DataWhisper”, package.seeall)…”]:658: Cannot create file ‘%s’”,
time = “Fri Mar 29 01:25:37 2019”
},
http = {received = 14},
ip = “192.168.1.39”,
start_time = “Fri Mar 29 00:32:37 2019”,
udp = {
last_received = {[“127.0.0.1:2003”] = “Vera-50160802.043.urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:EnergyMetering1.EnergyUsage 0 1553822737”},
last_sent = {},
received = 729,
sent = 0
}
}

DATACACHE = {
VERSION = _VERSION,
rules = {rewrites = {}},
stats = {
cpu = 0,
updates = 0
},
tally = {n = 0},
whisper = “/etc/cmh-ludl/whisper/”
}

[cache] = {
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/whisper/”,
UDP_RECEIVER_PORT = “2003”
}

[dash] = {
DATAMINE_DIR = “/dataMine/”,
ICON_PATH = “/cmh/skins/default/img/devices/device_states/”,
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/whisper/”,
VERAS = “”
}

[graph] = {LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/whisper/”}

[mine] = {DATAMINE_DIR = “/dataMine/”}

[relay] = {
DESTINATIONS = “127.0.0.1:2003”,
LIVE_ENERGY_USAGE = “1”,
MEMORY_STATS = “1”,
SYSLOG = “”
}

DataDash CONFIGURATION at Fri Mar 29 01:26:22 2019

DAEMON = {
VERSION = _VERSION,
client = “DataDash”,
destinations = {},
errors = {
count = 3,
message = “ERROR: [string “module (“L_DataWhisper”, package.seeall)…”]:658: Cannot create file ‘%s’”,
time = “Fri Mar 29 01:22:35 2019”
},
http = {received = 11},
ip = “192.168.1.39”,
start_time = “Fri Mar 29 00:32:37 2019”,
udp = {
last_received = {},
last_sent = {},
received = 0,
sent = 0
}
}

DATADASH = {
VERSION = _VERSION,
whisper = “/etc/cmh-ludl/whisper/”
}

DEBUG = {}

[cache] = {
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/whisper/”,
UDP_RECEIVER_PORT = “2003”
}

[dash] = {
DATAMINE_DIR = “/dataMine/”,
ICON_PATH = “/cmh/skins/default/img/devices/device_states/”,
LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/whisper/”,
VERAS = “”
}

[graph] = {LOCAL_DATA_DIR = “/etc/cmh-ludl/whisper/”}

[mine] = {DATAMINE_DIR = “/dataMine/”}

[relay] = {
DESTINATIONS = “127.0.0.1:2003”,
LIVE_ENERGY_USAGE = “1”,
MEMORY_STATS = “1”,
SYSLOG = “”
}

thxs
cadaval

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