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Max size of global variable


Neo Andersson

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Hi @Neo Andersson ,

 

I managed to store table of emojis and their names. Total size of encoded table is 15952 characters including quotes, commas, colons and backslashes.

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Hi @Neo Andersson ,

 

I was busy with HUE2 control on my HC2 and have global variable where I store all data from HUE bridge. Table is 105863 characters in size. If I remember correctly any table with less that 150000 characters stored in global variable will not be destroyed by the system during reboot. I believe that same table size is possible to store on HC3. I will know soon when I port some of my work from HC2 to HC3.

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Hi @Neo Andersson

I use gateways (YH and HC3) for a sort of automated test and have multiple global variables where I store the results of each "automation" with time, state etc. and at the moment the largest variable is 2513234 characters in size. I have multiple of these big global variables and none of them is destroyed after reboot (did only reboot three or four times iirc).

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