So I came home late last night and noticed that not much was working with my HE.
First things first. I don't know what's causing the issue with my HE being that there is no way to see what's processing. Second. I'm not running all that much I think. About a dozen little rules or so. All reactive to physical stuff so they don't run in the back ground. I don't have many other apps running.. just a few.
Anyways. I always have to reboot this thing. It been rebooting at 4 but I feel it needs to reboot more often then that.
How do I get to the bottom of this. Logs show little issues.. no idea of memory or cpu issues it's frustrating since I assume that my alarm is not working quickly when the lag happens..
Please give me some idea on what to look for!!
We need some technical stats
Some troubleshooting tips.
0 - check for software updates and make sure you have the latest version.
a. Open a the logs window and keep it open.
b. Exercise each of your devices manually several times while examining the logs. You are looking for a spew of errors or warnings with the press of a button (indicative of either error processing or a processing loop).
c. Do the same for each rule (test each rule several times, again looking for the spew of death).
If that is no help, start disabling devices that are associated with community-provided drivers/apps and see if that helps.
Above all, if you identify a problem, get with the developer.
As already stated you don't. The developers feel that seeing usage stats will lead to red herrings and a lot more support tickets, and that the current disable and wait and see approach is good enough so they have no plans to add any resource monitoring tools.
Just to clarify, this only occurs during the initial device synchronization (after your authorize devices) when the system is syncing over batches of devices. After that, it's just tiny event updates that are sent.
Just an FYI, this happens quite often in the logs, this is just not a one day hit. but like you said, they are aware of it. and I have no evidence if it is actually slowing the system down, or nothing at all.. just something i saw. I personally do not like it, as it looks bad though.