I’m using the Github integration to keep track of any Os-Agent updates. I’ve setup an automation to create a persistent notification whenever the tag attribute of the relevant sensor changes (which means there is an update).
But whenever there is a wifi hiccup or a reboot or something out of the ordinary the tag briefly turns to “unavailable”. Which in turn creates the wrong notification that there is an update, since the tag has indeed changed briefly.
I’ve tried to setup a bunch of conditions which prevent the execution to no avail.
I’ve seen this in multiple threads for various reasons and it seems there is a request of many to just add an “ignore the previous state of the sensor if it is unavailable” or equals to whatever we want.
Examples (there are at least 10-15):
Can someone offer a relative straightforward solution for this that just works without having to write a bunch of complicated stuff? “Ignore the previous state of the sensor if state=whatever” so that it’s added as a condition and the automation prevented. Thanks!