Firstly, appreciate any and all help - first time to post here - I have a Chart Node that is ingesting data every ~10 seconds from an MQTT Source. The Chart Node itself is set to reset daily using the 1 Day setting and has an inject node being sent to it every day at 12:01AM in order to clear it at the beginning of the day for new points to plot.
This Chart Node is coupled with a file-out node that allows me to re-import the chart say if I was to deploy a change, this works really really well. I also have a trigger setup that saves the daily chart just before midnight hits in order to have a backup of the chart for that day, this also has been working really well, until just the past few nights, I have noticed I only have data from 8PM to Midnight - as if the chart completely cleared itself before it's scheduled time. I have a feeling this is due to the x axis "last" setting that is set for 1 day - my suspicion is that the chart is registering it's first point at an undesired time which would have the memory clear at a time that isn't intended. In the meantime as a test I have went ahead and adjusted this from the 1 day to a week, and I will observe what happens, but my fear with that is I may have just shifted the problem to happen at some other point if it is registering the empty array itself as a new point just like all the other points relayed to the chart, with the chart just clearing whenever it believes it reaches the last X-Axis threshold.
So my question is, is there a way to turn off the built in X-Axis setting that is responsible for this?
I would rather clear the Node manually at a desired time each night with the inject nodes to preserve the chart state as a standstill in time as opposed to having the chart clear itself.
Again, thank you in advance to any one with feedback. I really would like to see this feature work dependably, and for the most part, it has, up until recently where I am noticing the timing be off with the chart clearing.
Sorry for no example flow, but its really just a basic chart node leading to a file node, and another little setup of a file copy happening of that file at the end of the night, really basic.