Upgrade from 2.2.5 to latest 2.3.x stops on "rrd update WANGW"



  • Hello all,

    I have tried to upgrade my nano-installation from 2.2.5 to latest 3.2.x without success. The upgrade stops (gets stuck for at least 10 minutes - haven't waited longer) at a message "RRD update WANGWXXXX" (or alike, do not remember exactly because the machine I'm running teraterm on does not have internet connectivity). To even get this far in the upgrade, I have deleted all RRD data and disabled RRD completely on my 2.2.5 (I had my disk fill up with RRD before doing this). I then assumed I wuold have no more problems with RRD - but even after disabling it seems that RRD data for LANGWxxxx and WANGWxxx is being created and now the WANGWxxx RRD data is causing me this problem.

    Is there a workaround or what am I doing wrong?



  • Anyone? How can I destroy those RRD files completely and totally so the upgrade goes through? Done the upgrade many times and every time I have to go back to the other slice which is really frustrating.



  • Is it OK to say I will give 20€ to the one who solves this issue for me?



  • Backup your config.xml, re-flash your nanoBSD install with a fresh one, restore backup - solved.



  • @tsmalmbe:

    Hello all,

    I have tried to upgrade my nano-installation from 2.2.5 to latest 3.2.x without success. The upgrade stops (gets stuck for at least 10 minutes - haven't waited longer) at a message "RRD update WANGWXXXX" (or alike, do not remember exactly because the machine I'm running teraterm on does not have internet connectivity). To even get this far in the upgrade, I have deleted all RRD data and disabled RRD completely on my 2.2.5 (I had my disk fill up with RRD before doing this). I then assumed I wuold have no more problems with RRD - but even after disabling it seems that RRD data for LANGWxxxx and WANGWxxx is being created and now the WANGWxxx RRD data is causing me this problem.

    Is there a workaround or what am I doing wrong?

    Same thing happened to me when going 2.2.6 to 2.3.1.
    Very disappointing that you cannot do a regular ('vanilla' install, no mods or changes) upgrade without major hassle.


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