It shows over 6K reports of 40.2.1.
Largest number of reports for recent previous versions is under 800.
It only covers people who have signed up with the site, so consider it more of a poll than a census.
36.2.1 got up to 6k in 6 days on 11/14
36.2.4 got past 5300 on 12/10 in less than 6 days....
Ah, I think I got it now but I don't see the historical total number of reports per version install, is that somewhere in the link I included?
Nope, I just track it daily in my own spreadsheet...well most week days that is.
Most recent record number of total installs from Teslafi data is 7375 for 2019.36.2.1 on 11/21 before they started pushing 36.2.2, 3, and 4
How many reported in with 40.1.1?
I only saw a high of 436 for 40.1.1. I do have a 7 day gap before that number though so it could have been higher, but I am sure not by much.
Thanks, yeah I saw it had a small number.
I think this is strategy:
1) Create newest firmware changes
2) Test in house
3) deploy to small number (250-500) “test vehicles”
4) watch for bug reports/track diagnostic data
5) if bug then return to (1)
6) deploy to all applicable cars
So 40.1.1 seems like a “bug detected” scenario.
As people load the newer version, it reduces the count of the one they are coming off of.
@hokie That is where I got x’d up.
@WEST TEX EV: That sound's like a great theory, that isn't what they do for all of the first run builds however. There are multiple examples of them just going all out right from the word go.