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Hello can somebody tell me where to see the log files?

I tried to do a 'Mesh network reconfiguration'.  Couldn't find any support on it anywhere, but thought it might help with the various battery drain and other orphan devices issues I seem to have...

 

I can see things in the scrolling window at the top like:

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But can't see how to get that full list

 

I assume it's in a log file somewhere, but can't see it in the 'Notification center'?

The 'Events panel' seems equally useless, just showing 12-13 events before they disappear off the screen and these neighbour list things apparently don't count as events.

 

Then, how do I get a full list of device ID's , and work out what is a real device and what is a parent/master/slave?

 

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22 minutes ago, k1s said:

But can't see how to get that full list

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23 minutes ago, k1s said:

Then, how do I get a full list of device ID's

 

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  • parentId: 0,
root (reserved)
  • parentId: 1,
master
 
 

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  • I'm not sure what you mean:

     

    4 minutes ago, 10der said:

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    If I type that I get page not found.  I do see the page of the devices at <ip address of my HC2>/fibaro/en/devices/

     

    ...but not something that shows me the what the IDs are unless I hover over the settings spanner and notice the url, e.g. http://<ip address of my HC2>/fibaro/en/devices/configuration.html?id=215

     

    But I have more than 100 to hover over.  Surely there must be some way to see what is what? 

     

    1 minute ago, 10der said:
    • parentId: 0,
    • root (reserved)
    parentId: 1,
    master

    I don't know what that means.

     

    For some devices, e.g. this Fibaro Double Switch 2, I see this kind of thing:

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    What's going on here?  There is one master device. It says "unassigned", but it's not - it's in the Entrance Hall.  Then 4 slave devices, whereas in fact there are 2 switched devices.  Neither has a number, so even if I did manage to find a log that helps me unpick which devices the "Getting a new neighbor list" failed for, how do I know which neighbours?

     

    For other devices - I see this:

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    This is actually one Popp Smoke detector, yet it appears as if 4 separate devices.  Reconfiguring doesn't work and neither can I remove or force remove it.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    http://<ip address of my HC2>/api/devices

     

    what I mean

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  • 1 minute ago, 10der said:

    http://<ip address of my HC2>/api/devices

    what I mean

    Wow, that gives me 4 pages likes this:

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    Is there a way to format that so that it means something useful?

     

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    paste here

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  • On 13/03/2018 at 4:31 PM, 10der said:

    paste here

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    Thanks for that. 

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