The thing is the it can't be the smartapp or devices i'm using to send the web requests for status changes as i had them installed since day one and they havent been changed since.
The slowdowns started maybe 3 weeks after using Hubitat and no changes were made after the first 3-4 days of ownership after setting things up and porting my smartapps to the platform. but rebooting would resolve
and If anything 5 days ago i deleted my Tado and Netatmo smartapp ports along with 31 virtual devices.
I now have no custom drivers in use, only included. and no smartapps other than 1 smartapp (slight variations with the events it subscribes to) but as stated 0 changes and been in place since day 1, with 0 changes.
I did also update the Firmware 3 days ago as it stated more stability enhancements and since its just been worse, stopping every day. now it's just died and it would not restore a backup and now stuck at 10% after a restore attempt.
but i'm not a tinkerer on this platform. i do however dislike i have no access to the console to troubleshoot directly in this scenario. waiting all weekend for support is just not viable IMHO (well especially for those with whom this is a main component of the platform.)
one thing though, you are not UK based. you don't have the 2 USB stick solution. maybe that is some commonality? the others in this thread complaining are all uk based.
The lack of zigbee is an issue for Homeseer that is true, but i think i can interface with deCONZ easily enough which would tick a lot of boxes for me. and as for paying for software, i pay for software all the time that fades away, that is part of life. but if i have a reliable solution at the point of sale im not too fussed about making that payment. it is usually just $40 max for some of the better and more fleshed plugins. and that i don't have an issue , if the shelf life of a software product is going to be a minimum of 2 years or so.
but i do agree homeseer needs a decent FE for it. but i use Imperihome for the minute which is great for my needs.
but what i don't get is what interface does Hubitat have? the dashboards IMHO aren't information dense enough to fit a decent amount on a 7" tablet
as for without dashboards the web interface looks old but with the filters its quick to find what you want and the controls are right there
and my home wall dashboards look like this with Imperihome.
the more i move on, i think the HA solution should concentrate on backend and reliability and have FE development done separately as is the case with Imperihome