Something I hadn't thought about until recently--but want to make sure I'm understanding it all correctly...
The archive interval, among other things, determines how fast the archive memory will fill up.
Currently I have mine set to 1 minute, which will fill the memory in about 43 hours.
If I had a power outage longer than that time period, without the ability to download, then new data would eventually overwrite old, and I would lose it. Right?
I haven't read anything convincing re: how to set the interval, but in the event of a power outage, it seems it would make sense to reset the interval to something like 5 minutes (good for 8.8 days), while my computer is still running on an UPS?
Is 1 minute intervals useless data? Maybe I should just set it to 5 minutes anyway?