For what it’s worth, I run Hassio on a p3B+, and use the esphome plugin for that.
I have a bunch of Sonoff Basics driving lights in my home. When I saw that the 1.14 upgrade was out, I began to upgrade some of my devices (as time permitted). I got about 8 or so done before I noticed that 1.14.2 was out.
Started over at the top of the list again. But, this time, the devices don’t come back. I stopped after doing the second one, having noticed that the first one still hadn’t come back online. She’s dead, Jim. I’m just super grateful I didn’t use the Update All feature, or I’d have a house full of dead devices.
I’m not really sure what to do. Device #1 is in a stupid place in the roof, getting to it will be hard and unpleasant. Device #2 is inside the wall - easier to get to but annoying.
These are both Sonoff Basics, both ESP8266s. Device #1 has a static IP address, Device #2 is on DHCP, but has not requested an IP address. I’ve cycled the power a few times, but they don’t come back. This sucks quite a lot.
I tried to roll back to 1.13.6 by specifying the version to run in the plugin config, and it does seem to download the previous version but then it fails to start - I get a bad gateway when I try to view the ESPHome web interface. By removing the config line that specifies the old version, ESPHome will start, but I don’t dare update any more devices since 1.14.2 seems to be producing bricks.
EDIT: I managed to roll back to 1.14.0. Still dead.
EDIT2: This is interesting. Device #2 has a touch sensor attached to it (light switch), and still responds to it (can turn the light on and off). So the device isn’t actually bricked, but it isn’t communicating on the network. DHCP server hasn’t given it an IP address, so, I dunno what’s up with that. Sadly I have no such luck with Device #1, as there isn’t a switch attached to it - software switching only. But this looks to be a networking issue with 1.14.2, then.