Unprocessed Command

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n0vtn posted this 5 days ago

My system has become rather sporadic lately. At times it seems more responsive than ever. But at other times it's impossibly slow. I have tried healing the network, restarting my PC, Powering off my PC for a while, and now I am looking at the log file. I am seeing thousands of these events.

8/12/2019 5:03:12 PM: MC: Unprocessed command: 50, 2, 33

8/12/2019 5:03:12 PM: MC: Unprocessed command: 50, 2, 33

8/12/2019 5:03:12 PM: MC: Unprocessed command: 50, 2, 33

8/12/2019 5:03:12 PM: MC: Unprocessed command: 50, 2, 33

8/12/2019 5:03:12 PM: MC: Unprocessed command: 50, 2, 33

8/12/2019 5:03:12 PM: MC: Unprocessed command: 50, 2, 33

8/12/2019 5:03:12 PM: MC: Unprocessed command: 50, 2, 33

8/12/2019 5:03:12 PM: MC: Unprocessed command: 50, 2, 33

I have tried searching this forum but I am not finding anything on "Unprocessed Command"

Are these device numbers? or something else?

Every 30 seconds or so I get about 50 of these, many occuring within the same second.

Thanks in Advance.

 

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rscott posted this 4 days ago

That suggests it's a multi-channel device of some sort. Do you have anything that might support multiple devices in one -- for example, the Aeon Labs Smart Strip is one such device.

Other things that could cause a slow down:

- Spammy devices, such as those that report temperature, humidity, light levels can cause lag if they are set to report too frequently

- Polling battery powered devices (turn off polling for battery powered devices)

- Polling devices that are themselves slow to respond (increase the poll time to a higher value)

n0vtn posted this 3 days ago

Yes, I have two of the Aeon Labs Smart Strips and a Zooz smart power strip too.

I have several of the multi sensor type devices, five of the early model Aeon Labs multi Sensors, one newish Aeon Labs Trisensor, plus a couple of Zooz sensors. I was hoping the log might point me toward which device is giving me the trouble. There are about 60 physical Z-Wave devices at this location.

Every weekend when I go there I find one or more devices not working. Sometimes a power cycle, or a network heal is all that is required to get them responding again. Sometimes removal and reinclusion is required. Sometimes I need to replace the device. 

rscott posted this 2 days ago

You might start with the smart strips. A quick google revealed this PDF which mentions around section 3.3 that you can change the report time. You may play with the settings on your own to adjust how often it reports back changes to Axial. This may reduce the "MC" log too (though it may be unreleated to the slowdowns)

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