Christopher M. Iarocci wrote:
>Dave Warren wrote:
>>I finally took the plunge and upgraded to 1.2b7 (from b3) running the
>>Things were good for the first 24 hours or so. Starting earlier
>>today, the router is rebooting every couple hours (somewhat randomly)
>>-- I'm not sure what the exact cause is, one time it was right after I
>>opened the CPU graph, but that wasn't the case any of the subsequent
>>I'm going to toss my b3 CD back in the drive and make sure the problem
>>Anyone else? What can I do as far as troubleshooting this?
>What kind of hardware are you running this on? The big change between
>1.2b3 and 1.2b7 is that 1.2b7 runs on FreeBSD 5.3 as opposed to 4.9 for
>the older version. I'm personally running 1.2b7 on 3 different
>machines, a PII333, a PII400 and a Celeron 566. Each has 128MB of ram.
>One has a flash card, the other 2 are running from hard drives. All 3
>are running stable. The PII400 machine has about 60 users behind it,
>and a VPN to another office with the PII333 and another 10 users. Both
>are on T1s. Considering how stable mine are running, I'd be checking
>towards my hardware if I were you.
It definitely could be hardware related, but other then the 1.2b3
lockups (which a configuration file rebuild fixed) I've had 100% uptime
since the day I installed m0n0wall (not counting when I reconfigure and
need a reboot, of course)
It could be a 4.9-5.3 problem too, although most of what I've heard was
The machine is a PII, 300MHz-ish (I think, I'm not in front of the
machine), with either 64MB or 96MB of RAM. Memory usage is around 34%
any time I've checked, no IPSec, PPTP server is enabled but no users
I've done a bit of researching and I now have reason to believe that the
problem may occur when one of my Vonage VoIP phones is in use. I'll
investigate further tonight once I don't have any other users connected,
but in the mean time I dropped my 1.2b3 CD in the drive and I've been
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