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regular rebooting HC2 - good or bad ??


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Hi Folks,

 

Looking for some opinions as to whether people think it is a good (or bad) idea to reboot the HC2 each night or each week

 

Thanks

-F

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Given that Fibaro fills in (particullary HCL) memory way too much i'd say that it is not bad idea for that system.

 

HC2 should be able to withstand most of what you throw at it, hence i do not think regular restarting is nescessary. Instead of reseting perhaps go check your main loops at Virtual Device(s) for unescessary steps (offten VDs are suspected in most memory leaks/overcongestion within Fib).

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  • Given that Fibaro fills in (particullary HCL) memory way too much i'd say that it is not bad idea for that system.

     

    HC2 should be able to withstand most of what you throw at it, hence i do not think regular restarting is nescessary. Instead of reseting perhaps go check your main loops at Virtual Device(s) for unescessary steps (offten VDs are suspected in most memory leaks/overcongestion within Fib).

    good idea .. thx

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