So... I spoke way too soon. A little over a day after the HE dashboards were removed, the Sonos devices climbed their way to the top overloading the hub yet again. I am now attempting to remove the SharpTools dashboards I have (which are the ones that are actually occasionally used) to see if that resolves the issue.
So... What has changed in 2.2.6 both at the core and at the Sonos integration level that would cause millions and millions of events to generate for each device and bring the hub load to a screeching halt?
There is also something definitely wrong with the math ontop of the device and app utilization statistics. Seems like 1172.3% load is not feasible for any environment to actually report.
The last message that I saw claimed that the HE database had over 80 million events in it and I'd like to be able to purge them all together as I have no use for state or event history for more than a rolling last 10 or so.
Is there a method that allows to schedule purge of events from the database or
Is there a way a reset events performance counters (and actually a reset of device generated events) without rebooting the device?? Seems like we should have more control on things that overload the hub when it comes to how it is behaving behind the scene.