Thank you for your response.
I'm afraid that it will be very difficult for me to live without
trafficshaping. Currently i have approx 15 VoIP telephones and approx. 4
hours of daily phone conversations. I could disable the trafficshaper
during next weekend, but theres no gurantee that the problem will show
within 2 days. The lockup frequency is btw. 1-5 days.
When a solid lockup occurs theres no messages on the console. During a
lockup i cannot ping any interface and the console does not respond.
I've tried all versions from 1.2b3 to 1.2 and have the same problem. That
is, I'm not sure that the 1.2b9 kernel does the trick.
I could set up a dedicated public IP for remote debugging if you need it.
Please let me know how i can help.
Søren Vanggaard Jensen
>From: Manuel Kasper <mk at neon1 dot net>
>To: Soren Vanggaard Jensen <svanggaard at hotmail dot com>
>CC: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
>Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] Mono lockup - status?
>Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 09:02:42 +0100
>On 21.11.05 06:24 +0000, Soren Vanggaard Jensen wrote:
> > I did fill out the survey. I'm sorry to hear that you haven't found
> > any similarities. How many answers have you recieved? Which (and
>21 so far.
> > how) services would you suggest that i start with? Also if you'd
>The one thing that I suspect the most right now is that it could be
>(indirectly) caused by ipfw/dummynet. If you can live without the
>traffic shaper for a couple of days, try disabling it and see if the
>lockups go away. Make very sure that ipfw is actually unloaded -
>probably best to reboot after disabling the shaper. If that doesn't
>make any difference, another thing we could try is to build an 1.2
>image with the kernel from 1.2b9.
>Also, there are no messages on the console when the machine locks up,
>and even the console doesn't respond anymore - correct?