Have issues with 2.4.4-RELEASE-p3 (amd64)
12 CPUs: 1 package(s) x 12 core(s)
After 610-630 MBit/s on WAN achieved pfsense stops to write graph data and logs data. Next peak (that I don't see), packets loss up to 50-60% starts (ICMP probes).
On same WAN channel on same hardware other pfsense instance that serves office network, traffic much lower and everything ok, so issue isolated.
I tried to tune sysctl settings, disable packages, nothing helps..
I see that pfctl consumes 100% of one core, maybe something makes it so heavy?
Thanks in advance.
Gertjan last edited by
2.4.4-RELEASE-p3 (amd64) ....... Proxmox
pfctl consumes 100% of one core
There was an issue with - mostly - virtual versions of pfSense. It was a FreeBSD 11.2 problem.
See old forum posts for what to do.
FreeBSD 11.3 solved the issue. Use the latest version of pfSense and you'll be fine.