[SOLVED] No Connection to openhabian after clearing cache

  • Platform information:
    • Hardware: _RaspberryPi3b
    • OS: _Openhabian
    • openHAB version:2

Hey there,
i´m running into big trouble clearing the caches. What i did is trying to clear the cache like this. After that my system won´t start anymore.

  • openhab-cli stop
  • openhab-cli clean-cache
  • openhab-cli start

From that point i wasn´t able to start the service openhabian again.
When i do:
sudo openhab-cli start i will get this:
40
The System want´s to start but the start fails
i´m also unable to reach to the console. trying this, i get this error:
09

i´m a noob in linux systems and i´m breaking my head with this. it would by very greatful if someone can put me on the right way.
Thanks

Please do not use openhab-cli start but

sudo systemctl start openhab2.service

as openHAB should be started as a service when using GNU/Linux.

Thanks Udo,

i tried this…getting this20

nothing happens after that - the log stay emtpy

What do you get when typing

systemctl status openhab2.service

?

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Myabe retry to use

openhab-cli clean-cache
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ok thanks - i will try and give feedback - many thanks!!!

@bernd1109 if the above doesn’t work try:

sudo systemctl stop openhab2.service

sudo openhab-cli clean-cache

sudo reboot

Sometimes a reboot, opposed to just a restart, will fix the issue.

Best of Luck

FYI, when you are using systemd to control your services you can leave out the trailing .service:

sudo systemctl [stop|start|restart|status] openhab2

I’m using RPI same as the OP and have always used the trailing .service for stopping and starting. I just checked if using the command without .service would stop/start OH and it does.

So now I have to ask, other than being 8 key strokes shorter, what’s the difference between the two?

Thanks

There’s no other difference that I know. Just a shortcut built in systemd service handling.

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@gitMiguel My slow typing fingers would like to say thank you.:joy: Anytime I learn something new is good but even better when the result is less typing.:grinning:

Thanks

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Thanks to all for this quit support - it seems to work again.
Have a great weekend!

@bernd1109 Glad you got it working.:+1:

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Thanks

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Ran into this issue as well, this did the trick!
Thank you