Unfortunately that is the case.
Apparently there is no solution yet.
Unfortunately that is the case.
Same issue here since today. My whole system at home is based on home assistant… I can’t leave it like this
I was downgrading to 2021.01.7,and I have a snapshot at this version.
So when I rollback to 2021.01.7 and restore addons from snapshot,everything works fine.
Don`t forget disable supervisor autoupgrade.otherwise problem will be back.
Is there an easy way to do this on a Synology docker installation ?
How do you do that ?
Ok from this post, I did the following
- ssh into my synology
sudo docker exec -it hassio_supervisor bash
- search for RUN_UPDATE_SUPERVISOR
- delete that line
- save and quit
- restart supervisor from within hass gui
If there’s an easier way please post ! Fingers crossed this works…
After making this change, I had to disable the ‘auto-update’ option in each add-on before they would load properly
I’ve removed two lines and it seems to work:
Currently I’m not updating anything until my RAM extension is delivered. This I need to run the HA VM directly on a Synology and hopefully then this mess will stop.
Thanks Bluejay, that did the trick for me. Also I have removed the “jobs.json” file that I had created into hass.io folder in order to enable updates.
The jobs.json file was just one line:
Now, my server won’t update anymore, I’m stucked and happy with my actual old version until docker is updated on my syno !
@anschein I’m in the same state - did you ever get node red to come back? I’ve gotten just about everything else back up but node-red is kind of essential.
Funny thing… i have HA installed on my Synology and i had to restarted my Syno because i’ve had unusual constant big CPU load (appr.50%, unknown reason, not connected with HA at all…), after restart all worked fine in HA, except SQLite add-on couldn’t be started with pretty much same error.
An error ends with
exec: “/dev/init”: stat /dev/init: no such file or directory": unknown
After some tinkering all works fine again, i have no clue why…
Now, things i did:
- joined beta channel and updated to latest beta supervisor, restarted supervisor - no luck…
- i tried @BlueJay’s suggestion to disable supervisor update (dont’ ask me why…). Restarted supervisor, all ok.
- i uninstaleld SQLite add-on
- i enabled supervisor auto-update again, but now i couldn’t restart supervisor anymore, it said error:
WARNING (MainThread) [supervisor.jobs] ‘Supervisor.restart’ blocked from execution, system is not running - CoreState.STARTUP
- i leaved beta channel and went back to xx.7 version of supervisor manually in docker’s terminal. Supervisor now restarted ok.
- installe SQLite add-on again. It started and it works again!
- updated to latest xxx.9 supervisor, still works.
Now go figure what was wrong…
I have nodered in my snapshot,So only restore the nodered works for me.
Yes I did that from this post.
You could also just add a # in front on the updater line. Makes it a little bit easier to re-enable.
I’m wondering when we’ll see a real solution though. Do we really need to wait for Synology to update the docker package?
I believe so ?
Or else as @fridolin suggested, run hass in a VM.
Docker is so lightweight though - that’s why I’m persisting with it…
Is the issue a Dockers version issue? Or is it a “bug” in the supervisor?
Can’t the developers here @ HA do something about this issue?
Syno runs an older version of Docker, which I believe is not supported by HA
And supervisor/HA does have a habit of breaking things with each update - but it’s free software so that’s fair enough
worked for me as well… thanks for much for sharing the workaround.!!!
Has anyone braved the current Supervisor release (2021.03.4) ?
I’ve marooned myself on 2021.01.7 and all is working, so I’m loathe to change !
Same problem, solved with the same workaround. If I update the superivor all work for few day but after taht MQTT goes down. There is any solution?
thanks,works for me .
2021.03.4,docker run as -v /share -v /data -v /dev -v /ssl and Entrypoint /init
2021.01.7,docker run as -v /share -v /data -v /ssl and Entrypoint /init