I have an Aeotec Z-Stick Gen5 stick. Recently I added a new node (Node16/battery device → Sensative contact). Therefore I activated the nightly heal (which was disabled because the zWave network has not had changes for a long time).
Before the nightly heal, the network map in OH3 showed me all devices including the controller (Node1).
After the nightly heal, the controller has disappeared in the network map. Therefore I activated the debug log and waited for the next nightly heal.
Btw, the devices are reporting their states to the controller. Also the new Node 16 is working fine. It reports OPEN/CLOSED, battery state and tamper alarm.
In the nightly heal log I can see the controller has several Neighbor update FAILED messages and finally it does not report any neighbour(s).
I can also see a unknown Node255 in the debug log which is unknown to me.
I updated a few month ago from OH2.5 to OH3 and I don’t know if I had performed a heal on OH3 or not.
The zwave network seems to work, but it looks strange to me if the controller does not show any neighbours.
Here are the log files, the heal is at 03:11-03:16 in file openhab.log.6
Thanks Bruce, makes sense
Then the remaining question is, why does the heal not add some neighbours to the controller. As the zWave network seems to work, because I get all the state updates (in both ways, means query & update) in OH3.
Node 255 is just an internal binding issue - you can ignore it.
I can’t really comment on this - the controller should add all the nodes that it can hear so long as the signal is reasonable. I have no idea what your network looks like, so it’s hard to tell - in the log you provided in the image, there is only node 1 - I’m unable to download the files that you have provided, but if really all these logs are for the heal, then there is possibly something wrong as there’s really a huge amount of data.