Now that I'm becoming adept at writing rules, I am beginning to have devices 3-4 layers deep in rules which are becoming complex and typically triggered by button changes. The complexity results from the arrangement whereby Pico buttons set virtual switches, then state followers in RM4 watch for changes and make decisions based on various states which may be a function of other state follower rules. Since the implemented logic is reliable, I naturally kept pushing complexity until device action delays are becoming >1 second which starts to become a limit for how far the HE can be pushed.
Is there anything I can do to make the state follower arrangement faster? E.g. I am wondering if disabling all logging in RM4 would help. Or perhaps get a 2nd HE that just runs rules? Is a faster hardware platform in development? It is very convenient how high level the HE ruleset is, but I think I have hit the computational overhead ceiling for logic structure complexity.
Thanks if any ideas.