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  • odonnd
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    Originally posted by jon00 View Post
    Found this issue. The activity virtual device got included with the devices virtual device when setting the initial dash as the string.



    Try V1.0.3 on my site. You will need to delete the activity device and allow the application to rebuild.


    Works great. Thank you!


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  • jon00
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    Found this issue. The activity virtual device got included with the devices virtual device when setting the initial dash as the string.

    Try V1.0.3 on my site. You will need to delete the activity device and allow the application to rebuild.

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  • jon00
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    Let me take a look at this over the weekend.

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  • odonnd
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    Jon,

    It's working great with my Ultimate Home. Should I get a status string on the Activities virtual device? My setup always just shows a -

    For example, If my Activities device is on SONOS then the advanced tab shows:

    Status 5=DIM
    Value 5="SONOS"
    String -

    While the other devices will show the last control that occurred ("Volume Up", etc.) in the status string. The reason I ask is that it would be good to be able to see the status string on HS Touch.

    Thanks.

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  • deanrparry
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    Thanks guys gives me something to work with much appreciated

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  • randy
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    Originally posted by deanrparry View Post
    Had a quick look at this and it pegged my cpu instantly at 100% anybody else noticed a large impact on cpu usage? if not i shall compile some logs for you if that would help for debugging?

    Many thanks
    My system still hovers between 20-25% with the .exe running. The .exe usually runs between 0 and 0.2%. 5 second polling with 3 hubs.

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  • sirmeili
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    Originally posted by deanrparry View Post
    I7 6700k that's one hell of an automation server lol ;-) no wonder your cpu laughs at it!
    It also doubles as my Plex server so I need the power for transcoding for the house and my family outside the house :-)

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  • deanrparry
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    Running it on a nas synology ds916+ in virtualization, windows 7, 4 core + 4gb ram idle is approx 2-5%

    Will try again tomorrow maybe I've overlooked something silly...

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  • jon00
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    Originally posted by deanrparry View Post
    Had a quick look at this and it pegged my cpu instantly at 100% anybody else noticed a large impact on cpu usage? if not i shall compile some logs for you if that would help for debugging?

    Many thanks
    There is nothing I can debug. Mine is currently showing 0.1 to 0.2 CPU%

    What PC hardware are you running and what CPU is Homeseer taking?

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  • deanrparry
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    Originally posted by sirmeili View Post
    I'm not seeing that on my system (Windows Server 2012r2 Essentials with an i7-6700k and 16GB ram). It actually uses very little CPU on my system (I have it set to poll 1 hub every 5 seconds).
    I7 6700k that's one hell of an automation server lol ;-) no wonder your cpu laughs at it!

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  • sirmeili
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    Originally posted by deanrparry View Post
    Had a quick look at this and it pegged my cpu instantly at 100% anybody else noticed a large impact on cpu usage? if not i shall compile some logs for you if that would help for debugging?

    Many thanks
    I'm not seeing that on my system (Windows Server 2012r2 Essentials with an i7-6700k and 16GB ram). It actually uses very little CPU on my system (I have it set to poll 1 hub every 5 seconds).

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  • deanrparry
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    CPU impact?

    Had a quick look at this and it pegged my cpu instantly at 100% anybody else noticed a large impact on cpu usage? if not i shall compile some logs for you if that would help for debugging?

    Many thanks

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  • mikee123
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    I am still having a few issues with lockups of the shield. Yesterday I pressed the directional buttons 3 or 4 times, quite slowly, maybe once a second, then the shield became unresponsive, then just went into a fit again and locked up with the menu swirling round. All i managed to do is reboot the shield to stop it. I am not sure increasing the DevicePollTimer would have stopped it. Nevertheless, I will increase it to 500 and see how it goes.

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  • jon00
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    Originally posted by Tomgru View Post
    Sorry, but what is the key difference between this and the other harmony plugin?
    I have not downloaded or used the other plugin, however I believe the differences are (mine/other):

    a) Minimum activity poll time refresh is 5 seconds rather than a minute.
    b) Both use different 3rd Party interfaces to connect to the Hub
    c) Supports 10 hubs rather than 5?
    d) Windows only vs Windows/Linux

    I will have to leave it up to others who have used both to make comment on their operation.

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  • mikee123
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    This works well with the Nvidia Shield, I could not get the other one to work properly, I (and others) had problems with repeat commands.
    On here you should add

    DevicePollTimer=400

    in the Jon00HarmonyHub1.ini under settings.
    for the shield not to lock up when you press buttons to quick
    it might have to go a little higher than 400, I would suggest that as a minimum

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