On 13/12/2020 7:31 am, Stuart, K2YYY
I saved the above
file, uninstalled jtalert, deleted the folder under Users,
reinstalled jtalert and put the sqlite file back.
Since JTAlert is randomly crashing, it is
likely due to a specific alert or condition that is triggering the
crash. There could be some value corruption within the config file
rather than a total corruption of the file which is more typical.
My theory is that a file got corrupted. This is affecting a few
people, but not everyone.
Earlier today, jtalert ran for at least 30 minutes and then it
crashed and then it crashed about a minute or so after being
So far, so good, but if it doesn't crash this afternoon, the issue
is resolved. I'll upgrade to the latest version.
If it crashes again, I will have to document all of my settings
and do the install again without using the sqlite file.
One error I received was "Missing ADIF Log
I saved the folder before I deleted it, so I have the hrd_log.adi
file. Where do I set the path? It was dated 2/14/2020, so it's
probably not needed. Should I rebuild it?
Thanks very much, K2YYY
That "hrd_log.adi" file is something you would have set sometime
in the past, it is not a standard JTAlert file. It may be under
the "logging -> ADIF File" section of the settings.
What logger are you using with JTAlert?
de Laurie VK3AMA