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Catch samsungtv websocket exceptions #28849

merged 6 commits into from Nov 25, 2019

Catch samsungtv websocket exceptions #28849

merged 6 commits into from Nov 25, 2019


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escoand commented Nov 18, 2019

Breaking Change:



Catch websocket exceptions and assume state OFF

Related issue (if applicable): fixes #28842

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fermulator commented Nov 18, 2019

The patch looks good to me. To what degree of testing does it need to undergo before we deliver?

" The code change is tested and works locally."

(per my notes in the issue, validation of crash NOT happening would have to be several months statistically)

@MartinHjelmare MartinHjelmare changed the title catch websocket exceptions Catch samsungtv websocket exceptions Nov 20, 2019
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Please update the import.

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some of my comments got lost I guess, reposting:

(might want to start some comments explaining example scenarios where/why these exceptions can occur) -- on the except lines

Do we have any UTs that can be added?
yeah -, we should definitely add a new test that patches get_remote() to throw a WebSocketTimeoutException

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escoand commented Nov 21, 2019

@fermulator Moved the catch to the retry loop. When thinking of timed out connection it makes more sense to retry. Plus added comments and test.

cgtobi approved these changes Nov 25, 2019
@cgtobi cgtobi merged commit 430f7bd into home-assistant:dev Nov 25, 2019
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