I think this is the first time I’ve come to you!
I have a problem with very slow speed on my PC (Chrome browser) with the 2023.9.0 update. this slowness is so much that when I change pages on my dashboard for example I can wait almost 60s whereas this is not the case with the previous version 2023.8.4
As it stands, I understand very well that you will have difficulty helping me, but how and what information do you need to help me on the subject?
thanks a lot for your help
My installation (Proxmox VM 64Go / 6Go / 6 Thread) :
Home Assistant OS
Home Assistant Community Store
GitHub API Calls Remaining
Home Assistant Cloud
13 décembre 2023 à 01:00
Home Assistant Supervisor
Home Assistant OS 10.5
ESPHome (2023.8.3), Samba share (10.0.2), Dropbox Sync (1.3.0), Samba Backup (5.2.0), Node-RED (14.4.5), Home Assistant Google Drive Backup (0.111.1), Studio Code Server (5.10.1), SQLite Web (3.9.2), MQTT Explorer (browser-1.0.1), File editor (5.6.0), Shortumation (v0.7.6)
First of all, thank you for your feedback, I was able to watch the exchanges a little.
I just updated to 2023.9.1 hoping to see the latency and strong slowdown on the navigation of my Home Assistant disappear so it’s nothing at all.
So I created 2 VMs on proxmox (6vCPU and 6GB of Ram)
On a VM I put HAOS in version 10.5
On the second VM I put HAOS in version 10.4
I compared the two without any particular addition of integration or anything else!
The identical elements on the two installations SAMBA, MariaDB and phpMyAdmin
A latency is visible on version 10.5 and it is more obvious in the reboot.
Then I plugged my Mosquitto into the two VMs (233 devices and 1900 entities).
I observe the same latency between the two VMs!
when I check the configuration on the VM with HAOS 10.5 I have the result in green after 7 seconds on the VM HAOS 10.4 it’s instantaneous!
In short I know that it is not a computer research but I am not a computer scientist just tests of uses, recipes etc…
But for me version 10.5 strongly degrades my environment which is very demanding in terms of devices, integration and database of around 1.8 GB
I noticed a couple of crashes of my HAOS instances this morning mid-backup. I’ve temporarily disabled it until I can investigate further. All I can confirm is that the CPU utilisation for the process hassio_supervisor was at 100% for some time before HAOS restarted.
During this, the front end was very slow to respond.
But super slow frontend. It’s like every time I open the app after it’s been left for a while, if I leave it open for a while then its super snappy again, close it leave and reopen it, slow again and have to wait.
I have automated backups running in Proxmox, but not HA.
I too experiencing slow entities update, operations and very slow camera streaming after update HA 2023.10.1.In this update it looks very slow frond end.
Hope in next update, HA team will rectify this very soon.
Mine seems to have got to normal after restarting proxmox (I ran HAOS in a VM inside proxmox) and rebooting the VM again after that (no clue at all).
Anyway, rolling back updates (including addons) should be a MUST and a TOP PRIORITY in a software that should be designed to run 24/7. It’s kind of weird that a third party addon as HACS allows that while the official software doesn’t.
Voice is not that important if you don’t have stability, RBAC and some other basic things.