Discussions about RaZberry - Z-Wave board for Raspberry computer
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that by itself doesn't. but i am trying to understand z-wave and zway as much as possible. i am reading the log file and trying to understand every print and data payload. but the log from noise reading is occupying too much. or what's the exact print i can ignore?
@PoltoS; I have the same question. On a RPi I want to limit the amount of data written to the memory card as much as possible, but I do need some of the log data for debugging purposes, so i can not switch off all the debugging. The background noise info does not provide much info (for debugging), so it would help if we could limit or switch off the noise data