Z-Wave Repair has gone through another major re-engineer, including a GUI upgrade.
Node repairing by topology assists with better routing decisions. It heals the nodes in order by hub neighbors first, then neighbors of those neighbors, and so on. This prevents repair failures by ensuring the current route is available for repair. It is no longer necessary to monitor logs, but they are still available if you want to view them. It also now better handles legacy pre-plus devices in the new 700 series SDK environment by assigning legacy routes to the hub's virtual node ids, to assist these devices in finding their way home.