So here’s the deal… I upgraded my HE to the latest firmware earlier this week and since it has built in performance counters, I started getting alerts of severe CPU loads and a significant slow down of the hub. The most consuming entities are my 15 snow devices.
Based on advice received on the HE forums, I deleted the Hubitat dashboards that I had (and never used as I switched to sharptools) and the load reduced significantly. However after 24 hours I still see a significant rise attributed to the Sonos devices. Since this is a built in integration I can’t tinker with it either.
So to the main question which relates to my HE dashboards experience - Are unrendered Sharptools dashboards still work in the background? All my Sonos devices are confined to a single dashboard with a panel tile on my main dashboard to access it. About 98% of the time that dashboard is not rendered on any of my devices (mostly use Sonos via Alexa voice commands) but I would still like to keep it. However it is not sustainable on the hub in cur4ent form.
Is there a way to have dashboards time out or go into a dormant state if they are not accessed via an open session or called upon in x minutes?