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Offline Sic789

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Vera alerts causing devices to go offline
« on: March 01, 2017, 10:46:41 am »
A couple months ago i switched to a vera plus from from a vera lite the vera lite would randomly error cannot write user data and turn off all my switches.  When i switched to the vera plus i left out all unnecessary plugins vera alerts being one of them.  When i knew it was stable i slowly added the plugins in making sure everything worked.  I recently added vera alerts to my vera plus and as soon as i added vera alerts my linear garage door started going offline I unpaired and repaired still wouldn't stay online but after i remove vera alerts and unpair and repair it it has not gone offline since so i think for some reason vera alerts was knocking it offline.

Offline Aaron

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Re: Vera alerts causing devices to go offline
« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2017, 11:21:55 am »
A couple months ago i switched to a vera plus from from a vera lite the vera lite would randomly error cannot write user data and turn off all my switches.  When i switched to the vera plus i left out all unnecessary plugins vera alerts being one of them.  When i knew it was stable i slowly added the plugins in making sure everything worked.  I recently added vera alerts to my vera plus and as soon as i added vera alerts my linear garage door started going offline I unpaired and repaired still wouldn't stay online but after i remove vera alerts and unpair and repair it it has not gone offline since so i think for some reason vera alerts was knocking it offline.

Does not seem logical to me that Vera Alerts would cause that as, if I understand correctly, your zwave device is going offline... seems like a zwave issue or an clsi problem with Vera showing devices offline that are actually fine.

try resetting the device status in to see if that fixes your issue...

luup.set_failure(false,###)
return true

replace ### with the device number.