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Ecobee NS is filling up log - over a thousand entries a day. - Started 10/28/2023


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I have been trying to diagnose why my lights throughout my home seem to turn on or off for no apparent reason. Although I have not discovered the reason why this is happening, one of the things I did learn during my investigations is that my IoX logs are chocked with Ecobee node server entries. Ecobee NS is creating simalar entries multiple entries within a single second. I would say 90% of my log entries are ecobee. It started on 10/28/2023. Between 10/28 and 11/14, over 17 days, there are 17,583 log entrees! over a thousand a day! This seems excessive activity on my IOX network.

I am running IoX5.7.0 on Polisy with PG3x 3.2.16 and Ecobee Node service 3.1.5

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Thanks, I looked at the log and everything looks normal  The Ecobee plugin doesn't do anything on short poll. On long poll it sends heartbeat (DON/DOF) and checks updates status of all thermostat & sensor values.  The updates you mentioned as duplicate are slightly different, each thermostat has a Temperature, and it has a Sensor which has a Temperature, so both those are updated at the same time, notice which is n007_t and the other is n007_s

11/15/2023, 13:20:09 [pg3] info: IoX Request: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_t311089518082/report/status/ST/69.9/17
11/15/2023, 13:20:09 [pg3] info: IoX Response: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: [200] :: 12.764744ms - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_t311089518082/report/status/ST/69.9/17
11/15/2023, 13:20:09 [pg3] info: Received commands on topic udi/pg3/ns/status/00:0d:b9:53:d6:64_7: set
11/15/2023, 13:20:09 [pg3] info: IoX Request: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_s311089518082/report/status/ST/69.9/17
11/15/2023, 13:20:09 [pg3] info: IoX Response: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: [200] :: 10.58533ms - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_s311089518082/report/status/ST/69.9/17

Then you will also see a lot of updates for the weather nodes. You can turn off weather on the controller if you don't care about that

11/15/2023, 13:02:09 [pg3] info: IoX Request: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_w311089518082/report/status/GV1/52/22
11/15/2023, 13:02:09 [pg3] info: IoX Response: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: [200] :: 20.259041ms - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_w311089518082/report/status/GV1/52/22
11/15/2023, 13:02:09 [pg3] info: IoX Request: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_w311089518082/report/status/GV3/58.5/17
11/15/2023, 13:02:10 [pg3] info: IoX Response: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: [200] :: 10.47227ms - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_w311089518082/report/status/GV3/58.5/17
11/15/2023, 13:02:10 [pg3] info: IoX Request: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_w311089518082/report/status/GV4/35.4/17
11/15/2023, 13:02:10 [pg3] info: IoX Response: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: [200] :: 10.559669ms - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_w311089518082/report/status/GV4/35.4/17
11/15/2023, 13:02:10 [pg3] info: IoX Request: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_w311089518082/report/status/GV5/7/48
11/15/2023, 13:02:10 [pg3] info: IoX Response: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: [200] :: 10.387738ms - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_w311089518082/report/status/GV5/7/48
11/15/2023, 13:02:10 [pg3] info: IoX Request: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_f311089518082/report/status/GV3/66.0/17
11/15/2023, 13:02:10 [pg3] info: IoX Response: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: [200] :: 10.434536ms - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_f311089518082/report/status/GV3/66.0/17
11/15/2023, 13:02:10 [pg3] info: IoX Request: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_f311089518082/report/status/GV4/38.1/17
11/15/2023, 13:02:10 [pg3] info: IoX Response: [Try: 1] [00:0d:b9:53:d6:64] :: [200] :: 11.259238ms - http://localhost:8080/rest/ns/7/nodes/n007_f311089518082/report/status/GV4/38.1/17

 

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50 minutes ago, Jimbo.Automates said:

The updates you mentioned as duplicate are slightly different, each thermostat has a Temperature, and it has a Sensor which has a Temperature, so both those are updated at the same time, notice which is n007_t and the other is n007_s

Are suggesting that there are two thermostats, or are you referring to the thermostat and the little ancillary sensor? I only have one Ecobee. The remote sensor that came with the Ecobee will not stay connected so I thought I disabled it.

And why the sudden increase in log activity?

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1 hour ago, Jimbo.Automates said:

But either way it's not causing a problem is it?

I don't know if it is causing a my problem or if the Ecobee is a symptom of my problem. Some of my Insteon devices started coming on or turning off are on expected time. It began around the same time as the increase in Ecobee log entries. I have been unable to locate the cause. I have had to disable most of my lights because they wake people up in the middle of the nights. My First we're getting annoyed with all of my outside floodlights coming on and off throughout the night. I have been unable to isolate the problem. I'm looking at all options

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