Delay from Power-Off till RPi start to respond via ssh: 50 sec.(let’s call it RPis start delay)
So another 5 minutes! it’s clear time to OpenHAB to restore its state.
Here is the list of bindings I use:
org.openhab.binding.exec-1.8.3.jar org.openhab.binding.gpio-1.8.3.jar org.openhab.binding.http-1.8.3.jar org.openhab.binding.mcp23017-1.9.0-SNAPSHOT.jar org.openhab.binding.ntp-1.8.3.jar org.openhab.binding.serial-1.8.3.jar org.openhab.io.gpio-1.8.3.jar org.openhab.persistence.exec-1.8.3.jar org.openhab.persistence.jdbc-1.8.3.jar org.openhab.persistence.logging-1.8.3.jar org.openhab.persistence.rrd4j-1.8.3.jar sqlite-jdbc-3.15.1.jar
It’s project for home lightning automation, also due to the fact that my home located in country side and in our country occasionally we have electricity power off.
It’s not suitable for me to have so long initial respond from OpenHAB.
At least I need to restore light state with RPis start delay, probably without other functionality starts to respond to commands.
It here any ways to achieve quick restore(lower than RPi start delay) state of all lamps after power off?
Which start time delay can I expect for next combinations:
a) RP3 + my current setup (wheezy OS + OH 1.8)?
b) RP3 + jessie + OH 1.8/OH 2?
b) RP3 + OpenHabian + OH 1.8/OH 2?