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Update HAP-python to 2.4.0 #18355

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cdce8p commented Nov 10, 2018



  • Fixed issue that caused revert of #17778
  • AccessoryDriver.safe_mode option to enable pairing through zeroconf errors (PR adding this function will follow soon)
  • Fixed CLOSE_WAIT issue and open sockets
  • Fixed slow shutdown with python3.7

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@dmonagle, @ehendrix23 can you both do some testing with this PR. Especially for your respective issues (CLOSE_WAIT and long time to stop HAP)? I don't want to revert it again if it worsens the connection with HomeKit.


fabaff approved these changes Nov 10, 2018

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@fabaff fabaff merged commit 132bb79 into home-assistant:dev Nov 10, 2018

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dmonagle commented Nov 19, 2018

@cdce8p I've just had a day off so I've spent a bit of time with this. After replicating my setup on hassbian and manually upgrading HAP-python to 2.4.1, I still have issues running on 82.1. Out of pure interest, I installed the dev branch with the same result.

What I am seeing is that when HomeKit first starts, I have a window of maybe a minute where I can operate switches in the Home interface and see them replicated in the Home Assistant GUI. After this time they get a red "No Response" in Home.

Interestingly, even while the switches all show as No Response, I still seem to get notifications (ie. Garage door was opened)

Please let me know if there is anything you'd like me to run/diagnose on this setup. It's Hassbian running on a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Rev 1.2

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