Sorry for the large quotes below, but I had to include them for clarity.
The m0n0wall I use at work just went down. A freeze again. Disabling the Traffic
Shaper did not help. I'll have a look into the logs when I get at work to see if I
can see anything. Probably not.
So here we go. I need to install an image with the latest freebsd on it. I'll give
it a try and see what happens and keep you guys updated on the results. It will be
a generic-pc image. Size won't matter, the CF card it boots from is 128 MB.
Does anyone of you have a prebuilt installation of freebsd on which you would be
able to build an image for me? If you have time and want to do this. If not I'll
go and venture out on the journey of installing freebsd. ;-)
Uptime of the m0n0wall was a bit more than 3 days. Really dissapointing.
(Just for the new readers on this topic, I will not go into a discussion about
flaky hardware, because the hardware isn't flaky, I've tested three different
out-of-the box hardware installations, bios and all correctly configured, to no
On Sat, 17 Jun 2006 16:04:52 +0200, Jeroen Visser wrote
> Disabling the trafficshaper and captive portal is indeed the last test
> on the m0n0wall installation I use. If it fails after this, I'm at a
> loss. This test is currently ongoing.
> But it might be a good idea to create a new image for myself with the latest
> freebsd to see if the problems dissapear. I just have to read myself
> into this, I've never created a custom image, but that's just for a
> later stage.
> If anyone has info about creating a custom image without a fullblown freebsd
> installation, I'd love to hear about it. I do not use freebsd on any
> other system but m0n0wall. If it requires installing freebsd on a
> machine, so be it, but it would be rather time consuming. E-mail me off-
> list if you have some info, I'll be reading into the dev documention also.
> Current uptime: 2 days, 23:23 and counting. ;-)
> Jeroen Visser.
> On Fri, 16 Jun 2006 12:04:31 -0400, Chris Buechler wrote
> > I don't remember if I mentioned this earlier or not, but Manuel's
> > suspicion back when the survey, etc. was put out, was that ipfw was
> > probably causing the problem. But, there were people who weren't
> > using ipfw that claimed to have problems as well, so it's hard to say.
> > ipfw is used by the traffic shaper and captive portal. Might be
> > interesting to see if you disable both the shaper and CP if the
> > problems disappear.
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