I got one device left… i could do it but i want to see how it goes … eventually
For those panicking … I still have 186 devices on DTHs lol.
With that amount i dont blame you for waiting, jeez Louise
I have two Peanut Plugs. I wasn’t convinced that they’d be supported by a stock Edge driver so I got the “Securify Peanut Plug” driver from @csstup
Works just fine.
I’m just waiting on the Sonoff S26R2ZB outlet that appeared in a PR months ago but was missing the bespoke handling it needed, and the Sonos that was merged about half an hour ago.
Say what ??
Didnt think the Sonos integration was ready yet !
Well they did say the near future. It hasn’t been pushed to beta yet so that might be a week off.
Above you mentioned your sonos was merged ?? Probably where my confusion lies, so it has not been auto converted to edge
Sorry, I meant the code is now in the main repository having been rapidly processed this evening. There is normally a weekly update from main to beta but I don’t know if it will have made the cut for this week.
Yes. Same thing. Very odd.
I still see from the IDE my Bose Soundtouch connected via LAN with the old architecture. It’s a wifi product connected via LAN but I didn’t understand if this too will be migrated or not. I’ve seen a virtual edge drive so I tried it months ago but it didn’t work well so I’m wondering the future of this integration…
They have an Edge driver published for Bose. So it should be migrated.
I assume groovy vs edge doesn’t matter here - but are routines with thermostats on edge drivers still run in the cloud? Mine are on DTH still and all run in cloud even though DTH is local.
(sorry wrong link) in this list? because here i still see the drives named with beta (bose included) so i was wondering if there is a different channel for edge drives not beta.
THis is the lsit of all the SmartThings provided Edge drivers in production
Testing on a local Edge based thermostat, common routines are being marked as local. Testing stuff like IF TEMP > VAL THEN TURN OTHER DEVICE ON, etc. Any routine logic that has to run in the cloud (like some conditionals still) or if any device used in the routine is cloud based would of course push the routine to no longer running locally, but most logic should be fine.
Edit: @Paul_Oliver beat me to it.
Interesting. Yeah I should’ve checked virtual thermostat first. Doing that I see the things my local z-wave DTH are doing in cloud move local.
It also may be that your routines pre-dated some of the logic that checked for local-ness. If you open one of your routines and change the name slightly and re-save it, if it involves all local devices it may mark itself local. Or it may be that the local DTH thermostat drivers still can’t run local routines of course…
Ok thanks, I’m not very familiar with github, I had a direct link to the samsung channel, but I was rightly told that the posted link is not good because it is associated with my hub, sorry, I don’t have the “clean” link without the references to my hub. From github I have no idea how to get and install the drives in my hub. I just wanted to figure out if this edge drive is still beta or not. From my app I still see the beta that I installed