I wanted to mention this in hopes of fixing an upgrade bug and letting others know in case they observe it.
I’m on Raspbian and I install openHAB using
apt from the bintray.com stable repo. I accepted all suggested changes during the upgrade process, and I migrated from openHAB 2.5 to 3.0, both stable.
After the upgrade completed, I had some odd behavior and I noticed that quite a few of the configuration files were copied over having references to openhab2 in their paths. So for example, this command returned an extensive list of matches:
grep -R openhab2 /var/lib/openhab/*
I went ahead and put together a command to fix the problem quickly:
grep -lR openhab2 /var/lib/openhab/* | xargs sed -i "s/openhab2/openhab/g"
You will need to restart openHAB after this.
I think there are one of two issues to consider, or possibly a combination of both:
- The files are copied over during the upgrade but no longer needed
- The files are still used and the upgrade process is not fixing file paths in the configuration files
I apologize for not preserving the list of files. I did the upgrade a few days back and didn’t think to save them.