Zero values in Live measurements

Hi! Thank you for an interesting project. I decided to try it for aging meat and salami.
I made a clean Mycodo installation, connected the SHT3x sensor. Configured the input. There are measurements in the log. But Live measurements are not displayed - zero values. What am I doing wrong? Please tell me how to fix this? In logs no errors.

Log daemon:
2022-11-17 11:21:26,258 - DEBUG - mycodo.controllers.controller_input_219db1e7 - Adding measurements to InfluxDB with ID 219db1e7-da4a-4023-9d83-88b43b4ce2cf: {0: {‘measurement’: ‘temperature’, ‘unit’: ‘C’, ‘value’: 28.049515526054776, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 21, 26, 244093)}, 1: {‘measurement’: ‘humidity’, ‘unit’: ‘percent’, ‘value’: 22.847333485923553, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 21, 26, 244104)}, 2: {‘measurement’: ‘dewpoint’, ‘unit’: ‘C’, ‘value’: 4.873454036678941, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 21, 26, 244167)}}
2022-11-17 11:21:41,266 - DEBUG - mycodo.controllers.controller_input_219db1e7 - Adding measurements to InfluxDB with ID 219db1e7-da4a-4023-9d83-88b43b4ce2cf: {0: {‘measurement’: ‘temperature’, ‘unit’: ‘C’, ‘value’: 28.06286717021439, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 21, 41, 255442)}, 1: {‘measurement’: ‘humidity’, ‘unit’: ‘percent’, ‘value’: 23.044174868390936, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 21, 41, 255455)}, 2: {‘measurement’: ‘dewpoint’, ‘unit’: ‘C’, ‘value’: 5.007853460457261, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 21, 41, 255483)}}
2022-11-17 11:21:56,278 - DEBUG - mycodo.controllers.controller_input_219db1e7 - Adding measurements to InfluxDB with ID 219db1e7-da4a-4023-9d83-88b43b4ce2cf: {0: {‘measurement’: ‘temperature’, ‘unit’: ‘C’, ‘value’: 28.06286717021439, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 21, 56, 255774)}, 1: {‘measurement’: ‘humidity’, ‘unit’: ‘percent’, ‘value’: 22.801556420233464, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 21, 56, 255803)}, 2: {‘measurement’: ‘dewpoint’, ‘unit’: ‘C’, ‘value’: 4.855827679937447, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 21, 56, 255903)}}
2022-11-17 11:22:11,330 - DEBUG - mycodo.controllers.controller_input_219db1e7 - Adding measurements to InfluxDB with ID 219db1e7-da4a-4023-9d83-88b43b4ce2cf: {0: {‘measurement’: ‘temperature’, ‘unit’: ‘C’, ‘value’: 28.092240787365526, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 22, 11, 305767)}, 1: {‘measurement’: ‘humidity’, ‘unit’: ‘percent’, ‘value’: 22.72983901731899, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 22, 11, 305797)}, 2: {‘measurement’: ‘dewpoint’, ‘unit’: ‘C’, ‘value’: 4.835167484896004, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 22, 11, 305898)}}
2022-11-17 11:22:26,285 - DEBUG - mycodo.controllers.controller_input_219db1e7 - Adding measurements to InfluxDB with ID 219db1e7-da4a-4023-9d83-88b43b4ce2cf: {0: {‘measurement’: ‘temperature’, ‘unit’: ‘C’, ‘value’: 28.10559243152514, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 22, 26, 274346)}, 1: {‘measurement’: ‘humidity’, ‘unit’: ‘percent’, ‘value’: 22.6840619516289, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 22, 26, 274358)}, 2: {‘measurement’: ‘dewpoint’, ‘unit’: ‘C’, ‘value’: 4.817394129880404, ‘timestamp_utc’: datetime.datetime(2022, 11, 17, 4, 22, 26, 274396)}}

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Does your Mycodo system and browser system have the correct time/timezone set?

Do you see data on an Asynchronous Graph when you select All Data? (determines if data is actually being stored to/retrieved from the database)

Yes time/timezone is correct.

No, don’t see data on an Asynchronous Graph.

Make sure you select a measurement before selecing “All” for the asyncronous graph. If no data appears, then there’s something wrong with your database or software communicating with it. What version InfluxDB did you select when you installed mycodo, 1.x (default) or 2.x?

There have been several bugs related to influxdb 2.x fixed since release. I would recommend upgrading to the master branch by going to Configure → Diagnostics → Set to Upgrade to Master, then go to the Upgrade page and you should see it indicating you’re about to upgrade to master. If that is what you see, then proceed with the upgrade.

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Yes, version lnfluxDB is 2.x and Your advice helped, thank you very much!
I continue to get acquainted with Mycodo))

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