How many pistons do you have? I had over 50 in one installation. Never had any trouble with them executing but the dashboard was slow to load and update, and the app was slow when trying to make changes. I separated into 5 instances with ~10 pistons per instance and it’s much better now.
I wouldn’t have thought this was an issue with CoRE.
I agree that if you have too many pistons in any instance of CoRE setting up and amending pistons can be very slow. That’s why I split mine up into numerous instances.
Triggers taking 30sec to 2 mins though, can’t say it would be CoREs fault.
For example I have lights come on with motion through piston, which then turns a LightwaveRF switch on through it’s own hub via a Raspberry Pi and it takes less than a second. (98% of the time anyway).
I would suggest you have something else going on.
Ok, I apologize. I knew that CoRE worked well for some people before making this post. The point was that CoRE does not work the same for everyone.
It is not the ultimate solution for everyone. As a matter of fact, in my case, it’s probably the worst solution. My home actually performs better with multiple Smartapps to cover what CoRE is capable of due to the design of CoRE.
(Jason "The Enabler" as deemed so by @Smart)