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1 hour ago, administratoradministrator said:

Hi, I recently got a Tetra. I've been using only USB power from a big power bank.

I've been doing Recon scans and it showed the names/dates of all my scans.

I rebooted the device, and now all my scans are gone.

Are the Recons scans stored on "disk" or ephemeral? 

 

They are stored in /tmp, but as of version 2.1.0 (about to be released) the location can be changed.

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1 hour ago, Sebkinne said:

They are stored in /tmp, but as of version 2.1.0 (about to be released) the location can be changed.

Awesome thanks!

 

Do you know what would cause them to delete themselves?

 

I only run the Tetra on USB/Batt power and it looses power every 24 hours.

I know it's not great/ideal but I'm trying to flex this device before I maybe return it.

 

I've also noticed the TimeZone not persisting - has anyone seen this?

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3 hours ago, administratoradministrator said:

Awesome thanks!

 

Do you know what would cause them to delete themselves?

 

I only run the Tetra on USB/Batt power and it looses power every 24 hours.

I know it's not great/ideal but I'm trying to flex this device before I maybe return it.

 

I've also noticed the TimeZone not persisting - has anyone seen this?

Might have to run a script to manually backup the scan files before rebooting, or after every scan.

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On 5/22/2018 at 11:49 PM, Dave-ee Jones said:

Might have to run a script to manually backup the scan files before rebooting, or after every scan.

Hrm ok.

 

I'm new to Pineapple but versed in Linux.

 

Is there a generic guide to backing up... the entire thing or... some cron's people have setup?

I'd love a tree list of all Pineapple file locations that is in User Space versus Pineapple Space

 

Anyway, thanks for the help!

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