I have a lot of entries sounds “… Already running” in the logs. I know, which it means and from my configuration, it is fine, that the warning occurs. I don’t want (can, need, etc.) to resolve these warnings, but I want to filter them. From the logger docs I found out, that there is a built in filter function for such cases. In other cases and for other warnings, the filters work well, but not for the “… Already running” warnings.
Here is an example:
Logger: homeassistant.components.automation.firebase_update_raspi Source: helpers/script.py:1344 Integration: Automatisierung (documentation, issues) First occurred: 12:29:29 (29 occurrences) Last logged: 15:24:29 Firebase Update Raspi: Already running
logger: filters: homeassistant.components.automation: - " *Already running" - " *Already*" - " *running"
The warning is not filtered in the log, so what is going on? Of course, I can use “homeassistant.components.automation.firebase_update_raspi” for the filter, but this is not, what I want (and what not needed reading the docs), since I would have to set the filter for all automations/scripts.
Do you have any idea?