First, if this is the wrong place to ask this question, please let me know ASAP, and tell me where to put this instead. Not knowing a whole lot about how this particular community operates, I’ll take the guidance gladly.
Second, the actual problem:
I had a working installation of OH1/HABmin/Zwave with a mere 5 devices + ZStick.
This afternoon, I got a HomeSeer HS-WS100+ and a Leviton VRPD3-1LW. I installed both, unplugged the ZStick, and included both in the network per instructions for the ZStick and the devices (one tap on each, essentially).
Because I’d ungracefully unplugged the ZStick, I fired up terminal and “sudo reboot”-ed the RPi that OH1 is running on. After it came up, I opened my HABmin page, navigated to Configurations>Bindings>org.openhab.bindings.zwave, and noted that the “Properties” info was correct. I then selected “Devices” but nothing showed up. “Reload Properties” does nothing. However, “Heal” functions properly.
I did another reboot and got the same results.
openhab.log shows what happens when I navigate to Configurations>Bindings>org.openhab.bindings.zwave, which I’ll attach. The first three lines of the log file, though, gave me the idea that something might be out of date.
2016-12-01 21:05:06.689 [ERROR] [.s.container.ContainerResponse] - The RuntimeException could not be mapped to a response, re-throwing to the HTTP container java.lang.NullPointerException: null at org.openhab.binding.zwave.internal.config.ZWaveProductDatabase.FindManufacturer(ZWaveProductDatabase.java:180) ~[bundlefile:na] at org.openhab.binding.zwave.internal.config.ZWaveProductDatabase.FindProduct(ZWaveProductDatabase.java:200) ~[bundlefile:na] at org.openhab.binding.zwave.internal.config.ZWaveConfiguration.getConfiguration(ZWaveConfiguration.java:266) ~[bundlefile:na]
Figuring that one of the devices was too new, I dropped 1.8.3 of the ZWave binding in and rebooted. No change.
I’m using OH1.8.2, HABmin 184.108.40.206504061533, org.openhab.binding.zwave 1.8.2 or 1.8.3 as described.
Anybody got any ideas what I’ve done to wreck things?
(On an unrelated note, is there a better way to HUP OpenHAB? I don’t get the feeling that reboot’s the right thing to do.)