Since the last time this had happened I’ve been very cautious about updates. I updated the configurator the other day.
- Check config
- Full snapshot
This worked. So I tried again with Grafana.
On the last reboot, there was no GUI on restart.
As I copied my SD-card contents to the desktop (Samba was still active) as last time, I noticed that although I don’t use it anymore, the Node Red folder seems to have corrupt files. (the deprecated NotoriousBDG version)
- Files copied over (including the Snapshop from the back up folder)
- Remove power, re-insert power…
- wait 10 mins
- Still no GUI….
// I’m currently in the process of adding nodemcu/wemos to the light switches with relays to be able to control the lights even if Hassio goes down again. Which means that I have no lights and no data at the moment. Just great. //
Following the instructions here as I have in the past a dozen times.
Etcher reflash done
In the RPI3 it goes the micro SD card… and wait…
And it’s back in it’s BASIC formwow new and shiny 0.75.3
but wait… already errors?
I don’t have time for this nonsense
Ok… now let’s restart this mess..
Restart works, let’s try a short cut and dump some yaml files back in.
Errors.. I’m guessing the configuration file format is different now?
I’m getting inconsistent errors. at like 399.. even if I delete earlier lines, still line 399…
I call BS…
restored the fresh new files and transplanted section by section.
There was a spacing issue in the yaml coding.
it’s 80% up now.. what an ordeal. I can’t do this every time.
Hopefully the culprit was Node-RED the deprecated version for hassio.
Also not making it back is the control panel web interface. As it’s a per device customization.
And of course shinobi. Although I think it would be okay. It’s maybe too intensive for the RPI3