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 From:  Joachim Sehlstedt <uk at newstyledata dot net>
 To:  Michel Schilthuizen <bulk at deputy dot homeip dot net>
 Cc:  m0n0wall dash dev at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall-dev] 1.2b7 unexpected reboot, strange log entries
 Date:  Wed, 30 Mar 2005 13:48:57 +0200
Hi,

My guess is that your CF-card is full
Mar 30 09:45:55 router kernel: pid 889 (php), uid 0 inumber 2334 on /:
filesystem full

Try browsing to your firewall and then go to exec.php there run the 
command df -h (size) and df -i (inodes) and you will get a good reading 
of the CF-card usage.

greetings
Joachim Sehlstedt


Michel Schilthuizen wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> 
> With the current version of M0n0wall I have had some unexpected reboots
> while using the web interface. I have started troubleshooting and have
> found some strange stuff in the logs. I have seen them in other posts, but
> it seems my problem is different and I have not found a good explanation
> yet.
> 
> So far, since I started the logging, I haven't had a reboot yet, but I
> found the following:
> 
> When I go from page to page in the logs part of the web interface, it
> often happens that a page does not load. In the log file, I see the
> following message:
> Mar 30 09:40:05 router kernel: pid 253 (php), uid 0: exited on signal 6
> (core dumped)
> 
> Normally, the PPTP options work, but at the moment, when I go to them, I
> get the following in the browser:
> Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_LNUMBER in
> /usr/local/www/vpn_pptp.php on line 58
> And this in the log:
> Mar 30 09:45:55 router kernel: pid 889 (php), uid 0 inumber 2334 on /:
> filesystem full
> 
> When I look at the CPU usage graph, it sometimes does not work for one
> second, in the log I see this:
> Mar 30 09:44:45 router kernel: pid 759 (cpustats.cgi), uid 0: exited on
> signal 11 (core dumped)
> 
> I expect these problems are related. Is this a known issue? Can I do
> something to generate more data?
> 
> My setup is:
> Via ESP 5000 533 MHz 256 MB running from a 32 CF card.
> (This hardware is brand new, so it may be related to this as well?)
> 
> Cheers for your help,
> Michel Schilthuizen
> 
> 
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