Getting many of these nowadays. Also timeout errors sent to me by Withings saying their 2 second API timeout has expired on many calls (2 seconds seems short to me but there it is). Seems the Cloud access on my hub is running at a snail's pace. Rebooted twice. Still the same. I have extremely speedy Internet here so it ain't that. I am making extensive use of Maker API and the event socket for my dashboard. But that's all running local. Would that be stressing the Cloud server/connection? What to do? Dedicate a hub to the dashboard somehow (if only they were available for purchase)?
Do you know how many characters your JSON is now? Cloud dashboards have a 129,630 character limit. I found this out after adding my entire custom temp colors code which is 177,744 by itself (needless to say I had to remove some of it). You can C/P your JSON into this site to see how big it is. If it is over the limit it will not work until you reduce it.
Oh sorry, you are probably talking about my normal HE dashboard that isn't loading. Uhm, yeah, I dunno the JSON size of that, I will have to check. But I don't think it's that huge. It's not accessing all the devices by any means.
Just thought it would be interesting to see the time ing if the hub sent a ping to a site to understand where the slowdown was, you could compare to a ping from your computer on the same network to the same address
Hub - router- Google
Computer- router- google
DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME - one cloud setup a complex hub security password, go to ipchicken.com, log into the router forward port 80/443 to the hub's internal IP, grab the "local" dashboard link, swap out the local IP for the external IP shown by the chicken; and see if the issue is your hub, or "the cloud" AWS.
Interesting hypothetical scenario, but since it is highly discourage, we'll never know