NOAA v3 using too many requests?
I’m just curious (and I may have missed this) but have you changed the
updateInterval: 30 * 60 * 1000,This is designed to constrain the module to 48 calls per day. Also, as a long shot, are you running more than one weather module using the same API key? I do.
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@Mykle1 I have not changed the update interval Is that in the css? I only have the one module running. What seems weird is that it runs fine then all of the sudden spikes.
@dazza120 I am running a Pi 3B the Pi doesn’t lock up. Occasionally if I try to do something a bit funky with a gif in the eye candy module it has but as soon as I use a different gif I am ok.
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@motdog not overclocked? My Pi would still work just ment that it was working overtime doing the weather connection every second.
I have not changed the update interval Is that in the css?
It is in the MMM-NOAA3.js file. Please verify the value. It can also be placed in the config entry which would override the module.js value.
Have you gotten a new API key?
Have your deleted you NOAA install and re-installed?
Have you tried NOAA by itself? No other modules running, or at most just the defaults of MM?
@dazza120 no clue.
@Mykle1 I haven’t modified the js file. I did get a new key. One thing I changed at darksky was to limit the number of requests. The default had me at 1000. I lowered it to 750 so I shouldn’t hit the maximum. I’ll give it a few days to monitor. The number of requests stays low most of the time but occasionally spikes up
The number of requests stays low most of the time but occasionally spikes up
Well, something is causing the module to fetch the data. I do not believe it’s the module itself based on your answers
@Mykle1 what should I look for? I had 475 requests today.
Are you absolutely sure that this is your setting in the config entry?
updateInterval: 30 * 60 * 1000,