every now and then I have problems with persistence (JDBC Persistence MariaDB).
So after I uploaded a few new rules and / or the items file, persistence stucks.
To monitor this I constantly check it by a rule:
rule "Does persistence work?"
Time cron "52 0/10 * * * ?"
// did persistence not store frequently the persistence_num into maria_DB?
logInfo("system.rules", "Presence_Num not updated since 30 minutes - is there a problem with persistence?")
sendTelegram("OH_TeleBot", "Presence_Num seit 30 min. nicht aktualisiert.\nPersistence Probleme?")
However, since 2.3 I found that e.g. an Z-Wave item state is not stored properly.
A restart of Eclipse SmartHome Core Persistence did not help - actually after the restart the rule above has been triggered, because numbers are not stored any more in the DB (usually every 5 min).
After restart of openHAB JDBC SQL Persistence bundle the switch is stored again properly, but storing the number values does not anymore.
So I would like to reduce the number of bundles to restart as small as possible.
Is this a known issue?
I don’t know, if it’s a (known) issue, but sometimes after changing persistence restart oH is nessessary.
thanks for your response.
I actually don’t change the persistence settings themselves, but e.g. some rules.
I have persistence pretty much untouched - except by adding new items, which are then included into the persistence.
A separate restart of all the single persistence related bundles did not help.
69 â Active â 80 â 2.11.1.v20150805-0538 â EMF XML/XMI Persistence
106 â Active â 80 â 0.10.0.oh230 â Eclipse SmartHome Core Persistence
131 â Active â 80 â 0.10.0.oh230 â Eclipse SmartHome Persistence Model
132 â Active â 80 â 0.10.0.oh230 â Eclipse SmartHome Persistence Model IDE
133 â Active â 80 â 0.10.0.oh230 â Eclipse SmartHome Persistence Runtime
236 â Active â 80 â 1.12.0 â openHAB JDBC SQL Persistence bundle
Status: Switch changes are stored properly, but numbers stopped beeing stored with the restart of the core persistence bundle.
So which would be the best bundle to restart without the necessity to restart the entire OH instance? Because a complete restart take about one hour (Raspi 3 with openhabian)
restart of org.openhab.core did not help to revitalize the number item persistence
neither did org.eclipse.smarthome.core