deepsleep & memory
I've got a gpy program that wakes up pulls a cycle counter out of flash, sends some data on lte, increments the cycle counter by one, writes it back to flash then deepsleeps for 6 minutes, rinse & repeat. Can flash take 240 read-writes/day indefinitely? Is there a better way to do this? I read somewhere that there is some RTC memory preserved during deepsleep, is that accessible in the user space?
I don't really understand what RTC memory is for? I have to resync the RTC after each awakening from deepsleep so why does it need memory?
rcolistete last edited by rcolistete
From the pycom module documentation :
Erase the entire NVRAM memory area."
AFAIK, there is no way to see all of the contents of nvram on ESP32/Pycom boards.
@kjm Tried nvram as an alternative to flash.
all work. But what happens if a location gets orphaned, say you forget it's name or some errant iterative code writes to a wrong name. Is there a cmd that erases ALL of the nvram? If not is there a way to see all of the contents of nvram, something like pycom.nv_dir()? Otherwise we risk an accumulation of nvram keys that can't be removed because they are unknown.