Anyone out there thought about (or actually doing) setting up a raspberry pi to handle all the Z-Wave communication, but running the UI and Apps on a Linux/Windows VM that has more available resources?
I've been having some performance issues recently, and just wonder if having a full VM available would mitigate some of the issues I'm seeing, but not sure how reliable/responsive the "Link other Z-Way controller" App is?
I've got a spare razberry to test on a second wave network, so I might give it a try, but curious if anyone is doing it now?
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