I have a remote Mango, publishing TCP points, that a central Mango is receiving.
The remote mango is only online sometimes. So when it is online, I can see the data points streaming in to the central mango.
However, now the remote device has been offline for a couple weeks. If I go to the central mango, and look back 3 months at one of the datapoints I saw there a couple weeks ago, it seems like the data is no longer available.
I think it may be related to this:
I cannot access the remote mango at the moment, but if the remote mango is publishing using "interval logging" (i think this is the default template IIRC) then will the central receiving server not store data? Do I need to set the remote mango points to "logged events" or something?
Also on the central mango, there is an option on each datapoint "save realtime data" default no, what is this? It is not described anywhere that I can find.
Can you explain the difference between realtime updates vs logged events?
And why could I see many ~hours of data in the "Data Point Details" point history on the central mango (receiver)? But now I cannot see it?
Or can you point me to some documentation that will explain all of this?
Basically my intent is that remote Mangoes all publish their datapoints to a central Mango, which logs (duplicates) all of the data of all of the remote nodes.
I guess my first attempt using default settings for the TCP Persistent Publish (or Receiver) are not setup correctly?