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How about double-logging:
Log to the local SQLite database, AND create an incrementing log file containing SQL statements.

A separate process (Either local, or on-request from the server) can periodically ship the incrementing file to the server, and delete them.

The server can apply the received logs and maintain the equivalent of a replicated database, to generate charts.

This has the advantage of being scalable for multiple logging sources, for centralized data processing (I'm an old-time mainframe guy).

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In reply to Re: upload logged data by NetWallah
in thread upload logged data by pashanoid

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