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22 Nov 2021
@hexa:lossy.networkhexaneat13:45:14
@hexa:lossy.networkhexawith the nvme ssd mount?13:45:24
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTifiedThat's also why I'm able to switch to an SSD as boot device now 13:45:27
@linus.heckemann:matrix.mayflower.deLinux Hackerman
  1. don't run your HA on an SD card
13:45:28
@hexa:lossy.networkhexa *
use the nvme ssd mount
13:45:38
@linus.heckemann:matrix.mayflower.deLinux HackermanSD cards are the worst13:45:38
@hexa:lossy.networkhexa * ~> use the nvme ssd mount 13:45:42
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTifiedyes, bought that and it will be delivered today13:45:54
@hexa:lossy.networkhexausing an sd card for write intensive stuff is asking for trouble13:46:01
@hexa:lossy.networkhexadecoupling the controller/api and the frontend of homeautomation would be neat13:47:02
@hexa:lossy.networkhexathe controller could work in a consensus based fashion13:47:08
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTified
In reply to @hexa:lossy.network
using an sd card for write intensive stuff is asking for trouble
Yeah, I kind of knew that before
13:47:10
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTified
In reply to @hexa:lossy.network
decoupling the controller/api and the frontend of homeautomation would be neat
Well, that should be easy, at least for the whole MQTT-based stuff
13:47:26
@hexa:lossy.networkhexato be fair, I'm only using mqtt for z2m these days13:47:40
@hexa:lossy.networkhexamoved away from tasmota completely in favor of esphome13:47:49
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTifiedSame for me13:48:01
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTifiedesphome for DIY-projects and sonoff stuff, and z2m for everything else13:48:11
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTifiedBut esphome is also able to do mqtt13:48:16
@hexa:lossy.networkhexayep, we're controlling our hackspace door via esphome and authenticated mqtt for a protected path in mosquitto13:48:38
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTifiedSo it should be relatively easy to use $favorite_language and any MQTT library to get something working13:48:43
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTified As a workaround for lacking integrations, it would probably make sense to use the integrations available in HomeAssistant (exposed over the http component) 13:49:57
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTifiedThat would allow interacting with newer stuff from HA while having the automations separated away from it13:50:21
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTified * That would allow interacting with newer/unsupported stuff from HA while having the automations separated away from it13:50:34
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTified

So HA would have two roles in that case:

  • Providing an API for the integrations unsupported by the "automation engine"
  • Providing the frontend
13:51:26
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTifiedSomeone here wanted to start an alternative to HA, IIRC. Maybe that "easy HA integration" might also be great for the first prototype13:52:40
@hexa:lossy.networkhexaone does not simply...14:13:47
23 Nov 2021
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@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTifiedRunning on an NVMe-SSD now (with no SD-card involved in any way 😁)23:18:19
@schnecfk:ruhr-uni-bochum.deCRTifiedAs a side-effect: deploying with nixops got significantly faster23:18:34

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