Sunset Based Rules Didn't Fire....AGAIN!


#1

So, none of my time based Rule fired today. This is the first time I have been home since having a lock-up two days ago. There have been no firmware updates so I don't know why I would need to go into every rule again and save them.

And here's another


Can someone PLEASE!!!!! tell me why this is happening?!?!? This is starting to get a little ridiculous. I'm only home two days a week. If it takes me 2 days to recover the hub every week then this system isn't much good for me.


#2

It appears that this rule just lost the subscription to the sunset time. Any rule with a specific time worked fine.

RM Home mode Night 2019-02-02 06:09:47.435 PM EST
RM Blinds - Partial is now False 2019-02-02 05:59:03.402 PM EST
RM sunset sunset true 2019-02-02 05:24:00.545 PM EST
RM Home mode Day 2019-02-02 09:29:55.837 AM EST
RM Home mode Sleeping 2019-02-02 12:56:37.769 AM EST

#3

And the second one, the trigger, just didn't even evaluate itself for the last 2 days.

Name Description Value Date
RM Night Mode is now False 2019-01-31 05:01:03.957 PM EST
RM Trigger at Certain Time 2019-01-31 05:01:00.462 PM EST
RM Night Mode is now False 2019-01-30 05:00:01.545 PM EST
RM Trigger at Certain Time 2019-01-30 05:00:00.862 PM EST
RM Night Mode is now False 2019-01-29 04:59:01.660 PM EST

#4

And I'm sorry, you folks are going to have to come up with a better way of refreshing the rules than going into every one and clicking done. I have 147 rules now. That alone takes an hour.


#5

an hour !!

Dam you're fast.
I too noticed the same behavior, guess I know what I'm doing tonight


#6

I have one rule for sunset/sunrise that's firing four hours or so late at 10:48PM. They all happen to be the only hue bulbs I have.

Edit: Nevermind. After actually looking at them....they're on, but saying off on the device page.


#7

Mine hickup'd yesterday. I do not know why. Worked great today (this evening). Where is the sunset/sunrise information from? NWS goofed? East Coast USA here. Inquiring minds want to know!


#8

It's based on the location you set in your Hubitat settings.


#9

But where does the date,time come from?


#10

I believe UTC is synced when you register then the offset is applied when you select a timezone. Sunset and Sunrise times must come from a weather source but I don't know the exact server they use.


#11

That server is the suspect.


#12

LMAO. Did you check that your timezone and location are correct?