Intermittent Internet access after upgrade to 2.3.3-RELEASE-p1



  • My Netgate RCC-DFF 2220 is generating this same message after I upgraded from 2.2 to 2.3.3-RELEASE-p1. This causes no Intermittent internet access to everyone. Reboot helps for couple hours then the same issue happens again. I can't find an option in my boot to rollback to version 2.2.

    I searched the error "kernel: g_vfs_done()", other people reported the issue with different ufsid, saying that it's the HDD problem.

    Who else has the same problem like me? Please share your fix. Thank you.

    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5
    kernel: g_vfs_done():ufsid/57ee7612ab0a7807[READ(offset=-6043514676578279424, length=32768)]error = 5


  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    That sort of error is almost always a hardware problem. Though I would usually expect it to have random offsets. You might be OK with running a filesystem check from single user mode a few times, or reinstalling. But I wouldn't count on those working 100%.

    It isn't likely that a change in pfSense from the upgrade caused the problem necessarily. It might be that the amount of writes that happened during the upgrade brought out an existing problem in the disk.

    How long ago did you purchase that unit? Is it still under warranty?

    If so, or if you don't know for sure, contact us at support@netgate.com and we can look into it.

    If you know it's not under warranty, you have a couple options. If that unit was using the eMMC then you could add an M.2 disk and install to that instead. If it was using an M.2 disk already, you could replace it with a different M.2 disk, or remove the M.2 disk and install to eMMC.