My Rollershutter is not working

It seems another openHAB instance is running.

I can´t select there 192.x
there is only 172.x

and no i have only one openhab instance running

Are you at work? Is there a router and firewall?

no i am at home

Then clearly something else is running and using the same ip ports that openHAB wants to use. There are several ‘ Address already in use: bind’ errors in your log.

but there is nothing running

i have closed all Programs exept the runtime of OH2

My mistake, I didn’t take notice of the date. I assumed that the log only contained log entries of today.

Something seems to have happened between the 10th and the 15th:

2019-01-10 12:22:36.054 [INFO ] [el.core.internal.ModelRepositoryImpl] - Refreshing model 'home.sitemap'
2019-01-15 10:22:18.836 [WARN ] [org.apache.felix.fileinstall        ] - C:\openhab2\addons does not exist, please create it.
2019-01-15 10:22:18.860 [WARN ] [org.apache.felix.fileinstall        ] - Root path does not exist: C:\openhab2\addons

Is it possible that you accidentally moved the addons folder?

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Let’s step back a bit.

What version of OH?

How did you install?

What hardware are you running it on?

The IP address it is binding to implies you are running in Docker, is this correct?

Please post your full .items file using code fences. You’ve already posted the sitemap.

Clear the Cache and then delete/rename the log files, Finally restart OH.

After the clean restart exercise the rollershutter on the sitemap. Then post the logs in code fences.

On Windows
Lenovo T450s

Rollershutter Raffstore “Text [%d %%]” { http=">[*:POST:http://hp27/$s&command=0]" }

I understand that troubleshooting can be frustrating, but you’re not providing us much information to help you to ease the pain :frowning:

So, do you have a C:\openhab2\addons folder? It happens to me regularly that I accidentally move a folder when navigating with the Windows Explorer. I’m wondering if the same has happened here and it is now at some other location.

Did you do what Rich asked you to do: Clear the Cache and then delete/rename the log files, and restart OH?

Can you post the contents of the ipconfig /all command? I think the mysterious ip address may be the ip address from your Wifi network (or your fixed network and the other one from the wifi) now that we know that you’re using a laptop (which is fine, it comes with a free UPS in case of powerloss :slight_smile: ).

Can you ping hp27? Are you running a local DNS or did you add this to your windows hosts file? If not, can you replace hp27 with the IP address of the device you are trying to control?