Zigbee2mqtt - configuration.yaml issue

i have no idea what happened but something “replaced” my configuration.yaml file…

where server was originally
server: IPaddress:1883

user and pass was mqtt/mqtt and it was replaced to addons?and pass was generated from where/by whom?

server: mqtt://core-mosquitto:1883
base_topic: zigbee2mqtt
user: addons
password: xxxxxaef1oub4aiquei5eepae0ileQui8ohniepeehoo8thae4ae

also i saw many howtos where they had directly config via UI but in my case there is only link to directory and config params are not there…


Same issue? Anyone else need to repair zigbee devices after most recent update to OS 7 and 2012.12.1? - #18 by lcsneil

well i dont think so?
why same? the server and use/pass were changed by somehow but idk by whom and why?

Because their configuration was overwritten too.

but they lost devices, i got the devices. … its weird. even not identified/fixed as i can see from that thread.

and another thing that even i do changes to config - they dont propagate…

even in log.txt i see
info 2022-05-22 18:27:22: Connecting to MQTT server at mqtt://core-mosquitto:1883
info 2022-05-22 18:27:23: Connected to MQTT server
info 2022-05-22 18:27:23: MQTT publish: topic ‘zigbee2mqtt/bridge/state’, payload ‘online’
info 2022-05-22 18:27:23: Started frontend on port

where in config i have following, i have even no idea what user/pass is used to communicate with mqtt…

port: 8091

server: mqtt://
base_topic: zigbee2mqtt
user: mqtt
password: mqtt

This is Really Critical issue - apparently proper configration file is ignored?

something is constantly replacing that file …
any idea what?



I’m wondering about this also. The Add-On doesn’t seem to utilise configuration.yaml. Changing mine does nada…

Could anyone help to configure Zigbee2MQTT. I folowed this guide to install a Sonoff Zigbee 3.0 USB dongle plusm, but some reason it does not work for me

This is my configuration:

If I remove the password section the error goes away, but Zigbee2MQTT still not working.

I’m a newbie to Zigbee2mqtt, so I’m not sure what’s wrong as the JSON data in the error output looks fine. A guess would be to remove the “>-” and have the serial config be on one line: port: /dev/blah-blah. Also as an FYI, one mistake I made was if you are using this as an Add-On and you’re also using the MQTT Broker Add-On, then the mqtt config is suppose to be left blank.