Diagnostics: Filter Reload Status Initializing forever



  • Updated pfSense computer to 1.0.1-SNAPSHOT-02-27-2007 built on Wed Mar 7 21:02:35 EST 2007
    from snapshot 02-14-2007.

    After completing the Traffic Shaper wizard, the page that should show that the filter reload status is done,
    just stays at the same point with the circle running around.

    Diagnostics: Filter Reload Status
    Initializing…

    This page will automatically refresh every 3 seconds until the filter is done reloading.

    Looking at the Traffic Shaper link within another tab inside FireFox, shows that there are settings set
    to my specifications, in my case a simple penalty ip.

    The same problem occurs if i use the Filter Reload Status link under Status,
    it just keeps showing the text and the turning circle, so i'm not quite sure that the problem itself applies only
    after using the Traffic Shaper wizard.

    I did not see this behavior with snapshot 02-14-2007.



  • Anybody else seeing this? We can't reproduce it. Also make sure your browser doesn't block javascript or whatever is needed for ajax pages.



  • Nope, I tested it earlier by running /etc/rc.filter_configure_sync from a shell and it displayed the progress as normal.



  • @hoba:

    Also make sure your browser doesn't block javascript or whatever is needed for ajax pages.

    Is this something new since snapshot 02-14-2007? I've been using the same browser since it worked(on snapshot 02-14-2007), and i
    noticed this on 1.0.1-SNAPSHOT-02-27-2007 built on Wed Mar 7 21:02:35 EST 2007.

    I did do a update of firmware, so will give it try with full reinstall with a restore from backup of the settings as soon as the issue
    with package installer is solved on the 1.0.1-SNAPSHOT-02-27-2007 built on Wed Mar 7 21:02:35 EST 2007.



  • @Veni:

    @hoba:

    Also make sure your browser doesn't block javascript or whatever is needed for ajax pages.

    Is this something new since snapshot 02-14-2007?

    No, this has not changed. Even the code for this page has not been touched lately.



  • I have now done a firmware upgrade to 1.0.1-SNAPSHOT-03-08-2007 built on Thu Mar 8 22:18:35 EST 2007

    and the issue is now gone :D.

    Strange íf nothing was changed.
    A big thanks to the new snapshot :).


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