Michael D. Joy wrote:
> There's no science behind this analysis of the lockups, just
> observations. I reverted to 1.2b2 and the lockups went away. Been
> running rock solid for 2 days now. Previously, I had a 22 day uptime
> between power outages on the router.
Confirmed that it is not hard drive vs CDROM related, 1.2b3 just locked
when booting from a CDROM.
I'm also seeing some possibly unrelated problems, a number of TCP
connections where the server sent data, but the client (behind m0n0wall)
never received it. Unfortunately the client is dumb about timing out
(it doesn't ever timeout, I have to kick it), so this has been rather
annoying -- I can't prove it's m0n0wall related, but if the problem goes
away when I go back to 1.2b2 (in about 5 minutes) then I'll officially
blame m0n0wall too.
All that being said, yes I am running a beta in a production
environment. Yes I know the risks, yes I know that's a bad idea, no I'm
not angry/annoyed/whatever, and I'd once again like to thank Manuel (And
everybody else) for such an awesome product.
They call it "PMS" because "Mad Cow Disease" was already taken