I’m working on a new feature which is very useful for people who run jSunnyreports multiple times a day based on a schedule. At the moment all the graphs are always generated while some graphs are only interesting to update once a day. ( for instance the kWh/kWp graph over a longer period ). This graph takes a lot of time to generate!
In the new version I will add a scheduler in which you input which graphs will be generated when. E.g. the kWh/kWp graph will only be generated if jSunnyreports is run in the evening. ( between 20:00 or 21:00 ). This will dramatically speedup the graph generating process.
After this update I will also try to add some sort of cache mechanism for reading all the inverterdata.
I have finished the first version of the scheduler. I have created two schedules, statistics:
- Default schedule, running all graphs: 350 seconds
- Improved schedule, 290 seconds.
Thats a minute saved!
The improved schedule only creates certain graphs in a specific period. For instance the year graphs and the running kwh/kwp graph. Running those every time will almost never result in a changed outcome.
Also in my case I don’t use a forum signature, recreating it every time every run is pointless 🙂
Next up: a cache mechanism to improve loading of all inverterdata!
Want to test this new alpha version? http://www.familie-kleinman.nl/jsunnyreports/releases/patches/jsn1.3alpha.zip .You will need an existing 22.214.171.124 working version of jsunnyreports to apply this patch.
See the readme.txt for more information.