First of all, love the new interface. been a user of brewpi for a while now, ive been getting my moneys worth out of it by not only making beer - it makes for an excellent sous vide controller. ive been stealthily been watching the progress of brewblox from a distance before i made the move.
when i first login to the interface i setup the names of the one wire temp sensors so i know which ones to choose when im running the arrangement wizard to give me the classic brewpi dashboard. after the wizard is run ive noticed that they have been renamed to something else and i end up with the old and new names as an option in the graph for data sources. when ive played around with things ive ended up with quite a few different ones. is there any way to delete the old data sources to keep it clean? or is there a way that the names are arbitrary and the actual data sources are linked to and follow the device id eg temp sensor address, bottom pin 1 etc no matter what the old/name is?
is there an easy way to purge everything and start again without killing the docker containers, uninstalling brewblox and deleting the /brewblox folder? ive been playing around a fair bit to get my head around it and a few times now ive broken it, couldnt figure out what ive done wrong so ive started again.
is there a way to reset the spark to defaults? i had set some stuff up on the screen and it was still there when i reinstalled brewblox. brewblox picked up the config from the controller and i ended up with a while bunch of UNKNOWN|Bottom Pin 1, UNKNOWN|Something something PID blocks. it took me a while to figure out that it was pulling them from the controller.
during the setup i found that i had to set the following variables otherwise i’d get timeout errors while it was setting up the containers, the default 60 seconds wasn’t enough on my rPi. 10 mins is probably a bit extreme but i set it to 2mins, then 3 and then i cracked it and set it to 10.