I forgot to start wsjt-x in cqrlog-remote mode and had some QSO. I decided to import wsjt.adi as I did when starting using cqrlog and then remove duplicates.
What I found is that all existing logs were doubled afterwards. Import adi: time_on different from time_off. Existing cqrlog: time_on = time_off. Removing dups seems to look on time_on and so did not remove anything. eqsl logs now are doubled too :(
Linux Station Kubuntu 17.10:
cqrlog 2.2.0(001) (rigcontol disabled)
wsjt-x 1.8.0 (latest release, rigcontrol enabled)
Console output from: cqrlog --debug=1:
Setting UDP decode to HiSpeed
Header position:1 Schema number:2 Message type:5 Qso Logging Id:WSJT-X
edtCall before started logging #5:ON6MM
Call decoded #5:ON6MM edtCall:ON6MM
Name : edtName :
edtName before pressing save:
WSJTX decode #5 logging: press save
insert into cqrlog_main (qsodate,time_on,time_off,callsign,freq,mode,rst_s,rst_r,name,qth,qsl_s,qsl_r,qsl_via,iota,pwr,itu,waz,loc,my_loc,county,award,remarks,adif,idcall,state,qso_dxcc,band,profile,cont,club_nr1,club_nr2,club_nr3,club_nr4,club_nr5) values('2018-01-24','07:06','07:06','ON6MM',3.574,'FT8','-04','-05','','','','','','','60',27,14,'JO20','JO31RD','','','',209,'ON6MM','',1,'80M',1,'EU','','','','','')
SELECT * FROM profiles WHERE visible > 0 ORDER BY nr
BTW: Using fldigi the start times were different from stop.
Searching the forum I found some similar questions years ago but no solution. Any help would be greatly appreciated.