Stable 4.9700: xiaomi switch is not working

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Stable 4.9700: xiaomi switch is not working

Post by kees » Thursday 09 August 2018 14:33

After updating Domoticz from 3.8153 to 4.9700 part of my Xiaomi devices are meshed up:

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If I try to edit them, a blanc page is show with only the button 'back' and the word 'undefined' on it.

I have 3 raspberry Pi systems (all same raspberry and same os) two are configured as slave and one is the main system (with z-wave). I updated both slaves (one is in my house, the other in my gardenhouse on another subnet). I also have 2 xiaomi gateways (and about 50 devices). In the gardenhouse the Xiaomi shows up well. Only in my home it has gone wrong. (Both gateways are on same firmware).

I removed a device and try to reconfigure it, but the same problem. Any suggestions?

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Re: Stable 4.9700: xiaomi switch is not working

Post by kees » Thursday 09 August 2018 14:38

Sorry: found the solution: browser cache and app cache was not refreshed completely. Removed cache/app from the browser and now it is working well.

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