Right, but I did not exclude them myself.
Look at how this looks from my perspective.
For 2 years, the ZStick works without any problems at all. At first, I was
using Domoticz (didn’t like it much), then switched to OpenHab 1.8, then to
2.0RC and then 2.0 Release.
At some point, I even had the infamous SD Card corruption problem on my rPi
- and still - multiple reinstalls, replacement of the sd card and rPi -
still - devices would come up instantly after reformat/reinstall/reboot.
Then, one day - a day after I install 2.1 - I want to make a fresh image
backup - boot the rPi back up - devices are shown offline and no longer in
the network. When I wake them manually, OH log shows devices are not in the
network and messages are ignored.
I thought, maybe I screwed up the install, or something - try a new sd
card, new install - problem persists. I reformat a couple times more,
factory reset all devices - problem persists in Openhab, but Domoticz
installed on the same device, same installation of the system - boots up
without a problem, and properly discovers the devices when they wake up.
I get that it’s all probably a major coincidence that problems appeared
after installing 2.1 and kept persisting until I installed everything
manually, but damn if it doesn’t look weird.
There’s one other option - nobody here has control (or I don’t think they
do) over what libs and what versions get installed by third party apps
(like Java, python, Grafana, Influx, etc). Is it not possible that there
was a conflict there that just happened to impact what openhab was doing? I
can’t remember the exact thread here, but then there’s also the question of
OpenJDK. It is known that some things just won’t work with it (like
notifications didn’t work for me the first time I tried it, but started
working immediately after installing Oracle Java).
I’m probably a one off here, so it’s not worth the time to troubleshoot
until someone else reports this, but I had to check if someone else might
have had the same problem I did.
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