My host is a Ubuntu VM running inside of ESXi with 24GB of ram and 8 cores allocated to it. Its got plenty of beef.
I’m running Ubuntu 20.10
All of my home automation runs on this VM inside of docker
docker --version Docker version 20.10.3, build 48d30b5
My appdaemon.yaml looks like
cat appdaemon.yaml logs: main_log: filename: "/conf/logs/appdaemon.log" log_size: 5120 log_generations: 0 error_log: filename: "/conf/logs/error.log" log_size: 5120 log_generations: 0 secrets: /conf/secrets.yaml appdaemon: latitude: !secret home_latitude longitude: !secret home_longitude elevation: 5280 time_zone: America/Denver plugins: HASS: type: hass ha_url: http://192.168.7.42:8123 token: !secret automation_token http: url: "http://127.0.0.1:5050" hadashboard: admin: api: threadpool_workers: 30
I’ve tried every single URL under the sun that I can think of for the ha_url. Currently this is the IP of the box itself. HomeAssistant is configured to use HostNetwork in its docker setup
The other thing that is interesting is that appdaemon is using 100% cpu in top
I have no
while loops. I do use
for quite a bit but only on listen events when I have multiple devices configured for an app such as my alarm system app where I want it to monitor a list of contact sensors.
I can’t find anything outstanding in my HA dashboard that looks like its a resource hog of any sort
If I’ve reached some sort of limit with appdaemon and I need to split it apart into another instance I’ll gladly do so but at the moment I’m sitting here just racking my brain trying to figure out what could be causing these symptons.