Just curious whether the CSV files and log files are essential to the operation of SBFspot?
I’ve been running it on a Raspberry Pi and had the SD card go bad. So I’ve set up a fresh one, but now I want to reduce disk writes. Just wondering if I can turn off the CSVs and log files to reduce what SBFspot is writing to disk?
Also curious to know, the SBFspotUpload daemon seems to be doing a big write to the database each time it runs, and also uses a fair bit of CPU, wondering if there’s any optimisation that can be done there too?