[Cerowrt-devel] how is everyone's uptime?
dave.taht at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 19:42:37 EST 2014
On Thu, Dec 11, 2014 at 4:32 PM, Aaron Wood <woody77 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Do I win any prizes? :)
> root at cerowrt:~# uptime
> 16:27:49 up 74 days, 7:14, load average: 0.46, 0.17, 0.09
> root at cerowrt:~# free total used free
> shared buffers
> Mem: 126256 49652 76604 0 0
> -/+ buffers: 49652 76604
> Swap: 0 0 0
> root at cerowrt:~# df
> Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
> rootfs 14720 10912 3808 74% /
> /dev/root 14720 10912 3808 74% /
> tmpfs 63128 1916 61212 3% /tmp
> tmpfs 512 0 512 0% /dev
> I'm not running guest or babel networks, just the 2.4 and 5GHz networks.
> However, I did discover a number of core dumps from miniupnpd...
Please file a bug with the core dump. I can't remember how to turn those off
(or on) right now, it is a single sysctl, and I should have turned it
off, if I didn't.
There are certainly a ton of accumulated cruft we can fix if and when we
go back into a development cycle. I did do a chaos calmer openwrt build
recently with all the new stuff (sqm, cake), and it has been doing well.
But frankly, I would prefer for most of the chaos there to subside and to find
a new, additional platform, to be working on before resuming work,
that can do inbound shaping at up to 300mbit. And
to be more openwrt compatible in whatever we do, whatever that is.
And I remain torn between updating 3.10.50 or moving forward to 3.14
or later and making all you folk reflash.
I see this periodically on my 3.10.50 comcast gateway:
Thu Dec 11 16:31:28 2014 daemon.info xinetd: At least 1
DENY_TIME has expired, global_no_access list updated
Yea! blocking some probes from the outside world!
Thu Dec 11 16:31:55 2014 daemon.notice netifd: wan6 (1934): Command
failed: Unknown error
Thu Dec 11 16:32:25 2014 daemon.notice netifd: wan6 (1934): Command
failed: Unknown error
I am not happy with having a firewall reload for any reason but have
not summoned the
gumption to figure out how to do it more right.
as for this:
Thu Dec 11 14:58:56 2014 daemon.warn avahi-daemon: Received
packet from invalid interface.
It think this is also fending off an attacker. That said, mdns is what
the homewrt folk used for hnetd
(which has some big problems still in the daemons, and I have been
having a few exchanges with
the devs on that front.
> On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 2:52 PM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
>> the lab where I was keeping a box up under load had a long enough
>> power failure last week to keeelll my approximatively 76 days uptime.
>> Anybody else got any record-holders here?
>> I am interested in long term memory leakage (run a free),
>> process usage (runaways like pimd), and growth in disk space usage (df),
>> so output like
>> periodically would be nice.
>> Dave Täht
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