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PostPosted: Wed 19. Jan 2022 19:40:04 
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I think it would be a great option to overwrite old files, when memory gets full.
Or delete some old files.
Or whatever other solution, which would make sure you can fly always, without checking and clearing the log files, and knowing that your flights will be logged.


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My primary reason for this type of logging is not to analyze logs for fun, but to have a log file in case of crash, to help in finding what the problem could be. For example to check if receiver was still working, what channels it was sending etc. (Of course I mean hardware-related crash, not pilot error).

In such scenario you don't analyze log files and don't have any chance to clear them, but you want the continuous logging to work.


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PostPosted: Wed 19. Jan 2022 19:44:21 
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http://manual.spirit-system.com/index.php?title=Configuration#DIAGNOSTIC_TAB

5.3.3 LOG VIEWER
The log is used to record events during flight. If a problem occurs and the reason isn't immediately known or evident, checking the log can help in identifying the issue.

It works in such a way that it records various events from the time the unit is powered on. If an event occurred you can see this in the log, reporting to the log is done every 10sec. When you click the Open log button you can see the current flight log which contains all the events from the last flight. When the power is disconnected, the log is cleared.

In the case of a major problem occurring during the flight Tr.png, the log is then saved permanently to the unit's memory and remains there until such time as the log is opened. If there is a saved log in memory, the user is advised with the message “Log from previous flight is available!” and the log from the flight when the problem occurred is opened. For example, when a signal is lost or the power supply failed you can find this in the log. The log from the first flight where the major problem occurred is always saved. If this is not opened, then it will not be overwritten with a newer one. In this state, the user is also notified by different cyclic pitch pump during the initialization process - elevator servo will change it's movement direction.

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PostPosted: Wed 19. Jan 2022 20:12:12 
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Habásek wrote:
http://manual.spirit-system.com/index.php?title=Configuration#DIAGNOSTIC_TAB

5.3.3 LOG VIEWER
The log is used to record events during flight. If a problem occurs and the reason isn't immediately known or evident, checking the log can help in identifying the issue.
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Thanks, but what I mean is the "RealTime Logging / Advanced Logging", which is a new feature of the Spirit GT.
See next secion 5.3.4 or this URL http://manual.spirit-system.com/index.p ... me_Logging


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