[Cerowrt-devel] how's everybody's uptime?

Keith Duthie keith at no.net.nz
Wed Oct 1 03:57:17 EDT 2014

I'm not using ipv6 (annoyingly my ISP doesn't support it yet) so I
can't say anything about that, but I've got uptime of 57 days. I do
have a lot of "Failed to send to ff02::1%sw00 (Operation not
permitted)" in my logs from odhcpd, which is interesting given that
the sw00 interface is actually disabled in my config.

No sign of instruction traps, but my use is relatively light and is
only ipv4, so I'm probably not a good yard-stick for that. Flash usage
is still looking good, with 95% free.

All in all, it's looking at least as stable as most commercial
routers. Not that that's necessarily a high bar ;-)


On Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 6:20 PM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> Could y'all check your instruction traps?
> Also check for space on flash periodically. Hopefully we're not
> writing flash anywhere, either.
> I note that once upon a time we had a dhcpv6 bug that only struck
> every 55 days, and if we get past that point,
> we're finally in stable territory...
> ... except for all the little bugs like pim that have cropped up.
> On Sun, Sep 28, 2014 at 5:22 AM, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen <toke at toke.dk> wrote:
>> Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> writes:
>>> I have thus far been delighted in the stability of 3.10.50-1, how's it
>>> working for all of you?
>> Very good. Two main gateways running tunnelled IPv6 and authoritative
>> DNS; one with unencrypted wifi and no guest network, another with
>> Freeradius and 802.11i authentication on the encrypted network. Both
>> running without issue (other than what I've caused myself by tinkering)
>> for ~50 days.
>> Also, the second box distributes routes to a secondary router over
>> babel, which is also very stable; including automatic failover when the
>> wireless bridge between the buildings fails (which again mostly happens
>> when I tinker with it...). Bridging the wifi interfaces to a secondary
>> router with VLAN interconnect between the two routes also works well.
>> All in all, very happy with the stability of this release and quite
>> impressed with the feature set. Big thumbs up! :)
>> -Toke
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