I am running my deconz as a docker container.
I am using openhab as a container too, which I use for my home automation.
I was running for a long time the deconz version 2.23.02 and things were functioning as expected.
At a certain point, I decided to update my home automation stack.
And then I got certain unpredicted sluggish behavior of all the attached zigbee endpoints.
I searched extensively to find the reason first blaming openhab’s new version.
Finally, I realized that even with the Phoscon app I can have a situation where lights react sometimes with a 1-3s delay.
My impression is that as if the light got to sleep and after being waked up, the light is responsive for some cycles.
e.g. Change light status (regardless of being on or off) after a long pause →
the light reacts with 1-3s →
immediately cycle multiple times the light state →
most of the cycles are executed immediately, but not all, some have delays.
Here I am talking about lights but I see the same behavior when pressing a switch and looking at the openhab’s channel events.
As next I stepped up from 2.24.2 to the latest 2.25.1. Immediately after the upgrade things seemed to be okay, but after a while the sluggish behavior picked up.
Now I stepped back to the earlier 2.23.02 version and things are working as expected, with no delay and stable
How can I debug this situation to create a case?
Anybody else has similar situation?
More and more I am sure it is not a DDF issue but more something in the core.
For example, this issue cannot be a DDF problem:
I have some ceiling lamps which are containing each 8 individual E27 socket lamps. These individual devices are then bound to groups for each ceiling lamp. When I operate these groups, the lamps are not as fully synchronized as they should be.