Sorry about that. To find the attributes, click on the sensor you want to delete. The red box shows the attributes I’m referring to.
You can find
MQTT Topic to Clear in the Battery Alert group on the
All you have to do is copy the value of the
mqtt_state_topic attribute and paste it into
MQTT Topic to Clear then do the same with
mqtt_config_topic. Once you do that, the sensor should be gone.
That’s a known issue. I’ll update the package as soon as I can to switch to the new method.
Yes, that’s normal.
None of those look like they were created by this package. I’m not familiar with Plant Monitor component, so I’m not sure how much I can help. I suggest creating a new post about that issue.
That being said, if you’re looking for steps to clear retained MQTT topics in general, you can do this:
- SSH to a machine that has
mosquitto_sub -h MQTT_IP -u MQTT_USERNAME -P 'MQTT_PASSWORD' -v -t '#'.
- Look through the topics to find the one you want to clear.
mosquitto_pub -h MQTT_IP -u MQTT_USERNAME -P 'MQTT_PASSWORD' -r -n -t 'MQTT_TOPIC_NAME'to clear the topic.
Another option, if you’re running hassio, is to remove and re-install the mosquitto addon.