As the headline of the topic tells you I have a problem with my scenes that I run through Simple lightning;
I have some Hue bulbs that are conected to Hubitat through my Hue bridge, two IKEA GU10-bulbs that I have installed in Hubitat directly, two Osram Smart+ outdoor outlets, three Innr plugs and one Telldus Zwave-plug. That are supposed to activate at different times or at sunset and then deactivate at sunrise or at different times of the day.
It worked good in the first couple of months but now they activate but dont deactivate so I have to manually turn the lights and plugs of through my dashboard.
Yeah I gues I’ll have to do that. As far as I can see I cant find anything in the logs. But I’ll keep searching.
My guess otherwise is that it is the IKEA bulbs that f**ks up my system and that I should probably keep them in my IKEA gateway.
I’ve tought of contactinf support and I gyes that option gets closer and closer right now.
I have two osram Smart+ outdoor switches, 2 IKEA gu10 bulbs that are connected through Hubitat, and 3 Hue bulbs that are connected through Hue gateway that are supposed to come off at sunrise but they dont. I also have a Telldus smart plug socket (zwave) that powers on at two times a day and are supposed to power off after two hours. But it doesnt turn it’s power off.
Evwrything are done with Simple ligthning and worked until a couple of weeks ago until I had a unsafe shutdown of the hub due to a power loss.
Yep! I’ve tried that already. Didn’t solve the problem.
One thing that has changed over time though (I’ve had this problem for about three weeks) is that in the beginning I had another 4 Hue Lights and three INNR SP120 plug sockets that also suffered from this problem but wich automations now behave as they should. This didnt happen after the soft reset though but much later.
2021-04-14 05:39:00.096errorjava.lang.NullPointerException: Cannot invoke method multiply() on null object on line 785 (afterSunriseHandler)
I also get this error from a device not used in any if the scenes:
org.codehaus.groovy.runtime.metaclass.MissingMethodExceptionNoStack: No signature of method: GenericZigbeeOutlet.ping() is applicable for argument types: () values:  Possible solutions: find(), print(java.lang.Object), find(groovy.lang.Closure), print(java.io.PrintWriter), print(java.lang.Object), run() (ping)
Thanks. I just tested this with the new release fixes, and it works as expected. So, give it shot when 2.2.7 comes out. In the meantime, you might try removing this rule and recreating it. That might fix it.