For two hours this morning in the U.S., the SmartThings (ST) servers went down. Out of curiosity, I went to the online API to see if I could further define the length of the gap (past the ST general announcements). In other words, when was the last sensor data timestamped before the gap started, and when was the first one after the gap ended. I have about 20 sensors, half of which are Aeon Multisensors (~6 sensors each) reporting every 5 minutes, so it’s lots of data.
At the time when I checked (about 10 am Eastern time when the gap was around 7-8 am), I could still see the data gaps on individual sensors within the API “List Events” for each sensor. However the easiest place to get the overall view of all events would have been to List [all] Events for my hub. But because there were so many, 8 am has scrolled off what can be seen on the hub, even if I change the number of displayed events from 100 to 200.
Is there some way to dig deeper into the data via the native tools?
Disclaimer - I am asking in the general sense about native ST data logging. Without having to sign up for some external service or set up some additional script. I’m already logging all my data via Google Sheets, but that doesn’t pinpoint things; it only reports time ranges for rows of data. Also I can see how the hub has a place where it lists Pings, and this did show the gap, but again, it was much less precise than all the individual datapoints.
So I am not asking alternative approaches to gathering more data, but just asking the simple straight-up question, is there some way to see more historic ST sensors data, especially for all hub events, past the 100 or 200 you can see in the API? Or is that hub view, effectively limited to about an hour for me (several hours for individual sensors) about all there is?
Thanks if you can help!