The network data for shake AM.R1D10 was showing periodic gaps and noise spikes. I wanted to check the data on the device but am having trouble with the terminal command to download it. Since then we have found a number of other shakes have the same problem, so the issue may not be local to the device.
The following command gives the errors shown below. Could you advise what the error may be. The password is correct. When I use an intentionally wrong password, I get “Permission denied, please try again”. Is there a different way to get the data off the chip?
Brandon, I think I misunderstood your question on the cover. The shake was purchased assembled in the standard plastic case. It is under the building in a crawl space with a dirt floor and is placed on a 18 x 18 inch concrete paver block. The space is dry but is exposed to ambient temperature and humidity.Is this a sufficient cover?
You can use the ls command to show what folders are in the current directory.
@ivor told me today that these were caused by a bug in the server that has been fixed as of last Thursday. Your local data is unlikely to have them, as we isolated the issue specifically to the server’s ingestion of data. If you notice any of these that occur after five days ago (the 26th of July) please let us know.