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


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.


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


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


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.


an hour !!

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


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.


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!


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


But where does the date,time come from?


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.


That server is the suspect.


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