Was your memory graph also this full with earlier firmwares, or did you have room to spare then? If the firmware is more memory hungry it could just be you reached the limits of what your Homey can handle.
Also, have you checked the memory graphs of the apps in insights? It could very well be a misbehaving app that is constantly consuming memory and not returning it. For instance the Beacon app shows a constantly rising graph. I reset that app every night to prevent it from filling op the memory.
At the peak of the graph, Homey is so slow, is looks like is has stopped working. App says “Homey is Offline” or “A unknown error has occurred”. Other triggers sometimes works after a couple of minutes. Only a PtP works. I am now trying to reset every 8 hours, but still Homey is very unstable.
For the record: nothing else changes since the moment the update was placed.
It appears that only a few users have this problem and maybe only people with a “classic” homey?. I also have an “original” early 2016 Homey
Would be a sneaky way to force people to upgrade there kickstarter device… have removed some apps and still have te problem. Not sure if my memory was full before firmware 7.0.1
Everything was working normaly before firmware upgrade.
I understand this is a real problem. The thing is, when memory hits the roof, things fail. When things fail, often the cleanup doesn’t always take place properly. So basically, when it fails, it often fails hard.
I have a pro, so it may be the firmware is also hogging but not hurting me. But my memory graphs weirdly tell a whole different story. Here’s last month, and more in detail, last two weeks:
It is visible though, that the graphs seem to slant upwards, showing some kind of memory leak as memory usage increases over time. It did earlier too, so that’s not a new problem from the latest firmware revision…