Did the most recent update to hubitat this morning and updated the z-wave. I might have miss-read the bottom as it was in red and assumed I had to re-set the radio. I did that and everything disappeared.
Now none of my inovelli's are working... ok.. Reset one switch (held config button for 30 seconds and tried to re-pair).. nothing.
I then restored from a backup I had from yesterday.. still not working.
Sadly, if you reset the Z-Wave radio, your devices are all unpaired (as far as the hub’s radio knows, but device thinks it is still paired). Because you seem to have a C-7, you can, for each device, do (from the Z-Wave details page) an exclude, then, from the devices page, replace the device (similar to include, but gives the same DNI), which would preserve the device in your rules, etc.
Go to the settings -> z wave page in the UI.
Can you see any devices in there?
If yes do a repair on them till they fail and replace appears.
They probably won't be from what you have said.
If not, follow this guide.
It does work as I used it to get my C3 devices on to my new C7 hub.
If you did a "reset" to the Z-Wave interface, I believe it will assign a new home ID to the interface. This means that, in order to pair your existing previously-paired devices, you will have to first do an "exclude" on each one so that it forgets the old pairing / old home ID. Alternatively, most devices have a "factory reset" process, but you'll need the device manual to figure that out. You can find device manuals for most devices on the Z-Wave alliance web site (https://products.z-wavealliance.org/)
Sorry, when you said you “updated the Z-Wave”, I assumed you had a C-7 because there was only a Z-Wave update for the C-7, so I gave the instructions for the C-7.
If you have an earlier hub, then you will be able to use the manual migration procedure linked to by @bobbles, above. Ask back if it doesn’t make sense to you. If you use that procedure, you won’t have to re-do all the automations, dashboards, etc.
Make sure you do a backup & download it first, and also download the most recent backup that the hub made before you did the reset.
Everything is running again (not as fast, but the network needs to re-build).
Left it for a few hours and tried the one that wouldn't reset and it paired right away. The other one stuck on initializing again. It is the farthest from the hub. So I took the hub to the switch and it paired right away.
Just put the hub back where it normally resides and started a Z-wave Repair. Hopefully tomorrow everything will be snappy again.