Constant crash and reboot since 2.1-RELEASE upgrade
I was wondering if someone can take a look at my crash reports. My pfSense box has been rebooting every few hours (6 to 12 hrs intervals). The latest crash report was uploaded today around 13:35 EST from IP 76.75.113.x.
Please let me know if you need any extra info. I can also paste the report here http://paste.remotelan.net/140 if any else wants to take a look..
I didn't see any submitted from that IP, or the one from which you posted that message.
Looking at the dump pasted in the link, I don't see anything that looks familiar. Do the backtraces from all of the crashes look the same? Or did you not save any of the older ones?
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Are all the add-on packages present and functional after the upgrade that existed before the upgrade?
Thanks for looking jimp. I just uploaded a new crash report a few minutes ago from IP 76.75.114.x. Are you looking for the IP that submitted the report or at the time the crash occured? I have a dynamic IP that changes quite often. I also noticed that the report in the link has been truncated. I'll see if I can find another place I can copy it too.
I do have a few copies of different crash reports but to be honest I'm not too sure what I'm looking for. I was looking at the Tracing of diffrent commands and they look similar between reports.
@markn62, yes all the packages were the same before and after the upgrade. They all seemed to work fine as well. Yesterday I decided to remove a few packages to see if I can isolate the problem to a package (if that would be the culprit) but my box has crashed 4 times since I removed hem.
Here are the only packages I currently have installed:
bacula-client Services 5.2.6 pkg v 1.0.1
nut Network Management 2.6.4 pkg 2.0
OpenVPN Client Export Utility Security 1.0.11
syslog-ng Services 3.3.6_2
Varnish3 Services 3.0.2 pkg v.0.1
I still don't see any reports from that IP or anything even close to it. Do you have IPv6 on WAN? It may have submitted over IPv6
I did see a submission from an IPv6 IP at the time you said it would have submitted.
All of the panics in it look the same, though, all from a run0 device, and not like the panic in the pasted link at all.
The IPv6 IP you PM'd me didn't match anything either.
I'm really unsure then which IP is being used…
The issue may be around the wireless adapter I'm using. It's a RNX-N600UBE using the RT3572 chipset plugged-in via USB. It's using the run driver which I load through the boot.conf file
I'll disable it and see if the crashes still occur.