It's the same problem. So much so that I'm going to have to move away
from Monowall. We have our local College behind it and it is giving us
too much grief in the last little while.
BTW you don't have to reboot, you can just remove /etc/php.core with the
exec.php command and rm -f /etc/php.core
On Thu, 2006-07-09 at 13:30 +0800, Ervin Malicdem wrote:
> Is this the same problem having file system full all the time? I get this
> problem and php core is full in a matter or 4-6 hours. When this happens,
> the effect are either as follows:
> 1. cannot get ip from dhcp
> 2. cannot browse 'some websites' while it is pingable from within m0n0wall
> but the clients can't
> 3. config.xml corruption upon changing settings
> 4. file corruption from captive portal files.
> Either of the above mentioned is the effect of having file system full. but
> the most common is 2 and 3.
> I have to watch out when this happens and reboot the m0n0 manually. After
> reboot all is fine again.
> Take note I have a max of 10 clients and most of the time i only have 3
> running behind m0n0wall.
> I have tried changing hardware too but the problem is consistent.
> I am using 1.23b1.
> Any fix or solution?
> On 9/7/06, George Farris <farrisg at mala dot bc dot ca> wrote:
> > Any word on the php core dumps. Our firewall ran all summer long but
> > now school is back in I'm getting php core dumps one or two times per
> > day. This is really frustrating.
> > I noticed others have had this problem, any word on a fix?
> > --
> > George Farris farrisg at mala dot bc dot ca
> > Malaspina University-College
> > "Our species' survival depends on how fast we embrace the moral shift from
> > 'patriot' to 'global citizen'."
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George Farris farrisg at mala dot bc dot ca
“Our species’ survival depends on how fast we embrace the moral shift from
‘patriot’ to ‘global citizen’.”