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by nybble
20 May 2017 02:40
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: SIGKILL on 2.3.4 - Out of Memory
Replies: 3
Views: 601

Re: SIGKILL on 2.3.4 - Out of Memory

Not sure what was causing this problem, but I discovered that the kernel would kill the z-way-server process after the swap space on the Pi ran to 0 KB available. Since the Pi I am using had the default swap size of 100MB, I increased the swap space to 512MB. The z-way-server process would consume p...
by nybble
19 May 2017 20:33
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: SIGKILL on 2.3.4 - Out of Memory
Replies: 3
Views: 601

SIGKILL on 2.3.4 - Out of Memory

I am running into an issue where the z-way-server service on my Raspberry PI is being sent a SIGKILL signal after it has consumed all available memory. The process will start, begin to consume all available memory on the PI, and eventually be terminated by the kernel. This behavior existed in 2.3.1 ...
by nybble
11 Dec 2015 08:23
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: Yale Security YRD210-ZW-619 - Device Status in UI
Replies: 3
Views: 2077

Re: Yale Security YRD210-ZW-619 - Device Status in UI

Niffler cleared this right up for me! Sorry for the delayed response!

Hopefully, in a future release, we won't need the work around, but so far so good!
by nybble
10 Sep 2015 18:21
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: Yale Security YRD210-ZW-619 - Device Status in UI
Replies: 3
Views: 2077

Yale Security YRD210-ZW-619 - Device Status in UI

Hey guys! First, I'd like to say, great work on 2.1.1. I'm glad my dimmers now update continuously in the UI until their state stops changing. I wanted to report on the behavior of a device that I had integrated into my Z-Wave network a few months ago - It is a Yale Security YRD210-ZW-619 http://www...
by nybble
01 Sep 2015 20:05
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: First Alert - Smoke and CO Detector
Replies: 26
Views: 8013

Re: First Alert - Smoke and CO Detector

I can kind of understand the manufacturers reasoning here. It really only needs to send updates to the controller. If it goes off, one can use the status update to flash lights, trigger other events, etc. It would have been nice to be able to have the alarm go off in the event that a door or window ...
by nybble
30 Aug 2015 02:39
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: First Alert - Smoke and CO Detector
Replies: 26
Views: 8013

Re: First Alert - Smoke and CO Detector

In addition to all this I've continued to do a little digging. I found a Google Groups topic on this exact issue: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/openhab/TvCiIM-TeYs This thread is regarding OpenHAB, but I believe they discover that the ZCOMBO device doesn't support the WakeUp command class....
by nybble
29 Aug 2015 23:00
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: First Alert - Smoke and CO Detector
Replies: 26
Views: 8013

Re: First Alert - Smoke and CO Detector

jhmartin wrote:Oh? I'll send them one if that can get it fixed.
I'd be willing to split the cost with you to purchase one and have it shipped to a dev. I know they aren't exactly that expensive, but since we're both working on it, it only seems fair.
by nybble
16 Aug 2015 23:11
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: API for device
Replies: 2
Views: 1363

Re: API for device

If you dump all devices from: http://localhost:8083/ZAutomation/api/v1/devices

Is it there with the same name?
by nybble
16 Aug 2015 21:12
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: API authentication
Replies: 2
Views: 3321

Re: API authentication

This is a very simple command proxy I wrote for IFTTT that runs in Node to talk to my PI. It doesn't do error checking at all, and it's very rough around the edges. Since JS is asynchronous it executes the command before getting the cookie on the first request. If the cookie expires, it doesn't know...
by nybble
04 Aug 2015 22:23
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: First Alert - Smoke and CO Detector
Replies: 26
Views: 8013

Re: First Alert - Smoke and CO Detector

Hey all! Just giving this a little bump to see if anyone has had a chance to review any of the information I posted!

Thanks again for all your help!