WUI 2.3 - Crash Report



  • Hi,

    i become this Crash Report on my Dashboard..

    Crash report begins.  Anonymous machine information:
    
    amd64
    10.3-RELEASE
    FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE #13 eac8329(RELENG_2_3): Wed Apr  6 06:20:01 CDT 2016     root@ce23-amd64-builder:/builder/pfsense/tmp/obj/builder/pfsense/tmp/FreeBSD-src/sys/pfSense
    
    Crash report details:
    
    PHP Errors:
    [11-Apr-2016 10:46:51 Etc/UTC] PHP Stack trace:
    [11-Apr-2016 10:46:51 Etc/UTC] PHP   1\. {main}() /usr/local/www/ifstats.php:0
    [11-Apr-2016 10:46:51 Etc/UTC] PHP   2\. require_once() /usr/local/www/ifstats.php:63
    [11-Apr-2016 10:46:51 Etc/UTC] PHP   3\. get_configured_interface_with_descr() /usr/local/www/guiconfig.inc:254
    

    Sven



  • Do you know what you do to cause this?
    Does it happen when you go to Status->Interfaces?
    Or do you have the Interface Stats widget enabled on the dashboard?

    What interfaces do you have? Anything unusual?

    Unfortunately there is a traceback but it does not report the actual PHP error, so it is hard to know exactly what PHP thinks is the problem.



  • @phil.davis:

    Do you know what you do to cause this?
    Does it happen when you go to Status->Interfaces?
    Or do you have the Interface Stats widget enabled on the dashboard?

    What interfaces do you have? Anything unusual?

    Unfortunately there is a traceback but it does not report the actual PHP error, so it is hard to know exactly what PHP thinks is the problem.

    I don't know whats the problem is.. All Interface Works and i think he looks good..
    Staus Widged and Interface Stats are enabled on my Dashboard.

    Status Interfaces:

    
        StatusInterfaces
    
    WAN Interface (wan, vtnet0)
    
    Status
        up
    MAC Address
        66:37:61:31:65:37
    IPv4 Address
        192.168.111.2
    Subnet mask IPv4
        255.255.255.240
    Gateway IPv4
        192.168.111.1
    IPv6 Link Local
        fe80::6437:61ff:fe31:6537%vtnet0
    ISP DNS servers
        10.254.255.30
        10.254.255.31
    MTU
        1500
    Media
        10Gbase-T <full-duplex>In/out packets
        611723/742952
    In/out packets (pass)
        611723/742952
    In/out packets (block)
        1046/1
    In/out errors
        0/0
    Collisions
        0	
    
    LAN Interface (lan, vtnet1)
    
    Status
        up
    MAC Address
        32:66:62:64:39:66
    IPv4 Address
        192.168.3.254
    Subnet mask IPv4
        255.255.255.0
    IPv6 Link Local
        fe80::3066:62ff:fe64:3966%vtnet1
    MTU
        1500
    Media
        10Gbase-T <full-duplex>In/out packets
        270746/292190
    In/out packets (pass)
        270746/292190
    In/out packets (block)
        0/0
    In/out errors
        0/0
    Collisions
        0	
    
    DMZ Interface (opt1, vtnet2)
    
    Status
        up
    MAC Address
        66:39:33:64:35:65
    IPv4 Address
        172.32.200.254
    Subnet mask IPv4
        255.255.255.0
    IPv6 Link Local
        fe80::6439:33ff:fe64:3565%vtnet2
    MTU
        1500
    Media
        10Gbase-T <full-duplex>In/out packets
        296738/314990
    In/out packets (pass)
        296738/314990
    In/out packets (block)
        65/1
    In/out errors
        0/0
    Collisions
        0	
    
    EXT Interface (opt2, vtnet3)
    
    Status
        up
    MAC Address
        36:66:64:62:36:33
    IPv4 Address
        10.0.0.1
    Subnet mask IPv4
        255.255.0.0
    IPv6 Link Local
        fe80::3466:64ff:fe62:3633%vtnet3
    MTU
        1500
    Media
        10Gbase-T <full-duplex>In/out packets
        0/19723
    In/out packets (pass)
        0/19723
    In/out packets (block)
        0/0
    In/out errors
        0/0
    Collisions
        0	
    
    MGMT Interface (opt3, vtnet4)
    
    Status
        up
    MAC Address
        32:63:66:66:61:32
    IPv4 Address
        10.254.255.254
    Subnet mask IPv4
        255.255.255.0
    IPv6 Link Local
        fe80::3063:66ff:fe66:6132%vtnet4
    MTU
        1500
    Media
        10Gbase-T <full-duplex>In/out packets
        475574/697763
    In/out packets (pass)
        475574/697763
    In/out packets (block)
        130/0
    In/out errors
        0/0
    Collisions
        0	
    
    OVPNHOME Interface (opt4, ovpns1)
    
    Status
        up
    MAC Address
        00:00:00:00:00:00 - Xerox
    IPv4 Address
        172.16.0.1
    Subnet mask IPv4
        255.255.0.0
    IPv6 Link Local
        fe80::9c59:a00:4036:17d9%ovpns1
    MTU
        1500
    In/out packets
        155/219
    In/out packets (pass)
        155/219
    In/out packets (block)
        0/0
    In/out errors
        0/0
    Collisions
        0	
    
    WAN2 Interface (opt5, vtnet5)
    
    Status
        up
    MAC Address
        32:61:39:32:66:66
    IPv4 Address
        192.168.112.2
    Subnet mask IPv4
        255.255.255.240
    Gateway IPv4
        192.168.112.1
    IPv6 Link Local
        fe80::3061:39ff:fe32:6666%vtnet5
    MTU
        1500
    Media
        10Gbase-T <full-duplex>In/out packets
        47188/55454
    In/out packets (pass)
        47188/55454
    In/out packets (block)
        353/0
    In/out errors
        0/0
    Collisions
        0	
    
    OVPNADMIN Interface (opt7, ovpns2)
    
    Status
        up
    MAC Address
        00:00:00:00:00:00 - Xerox
    IPv4 Address
        192.168.253.1
    Subnet mask IPv4
        255.255.255.0
    IPv6 Link Local
        fe80::9c59:a00:4036:17d9%ovpns2
    MTU
        1500
    In/out packets
        472946/393700
    In/out packets (pass)
        472946/393700
    In/out packets (block)
        122/187
    In/out errors
        0/0
    Collisions
        0	
    
    INFRA Interface (opt8, vtnet6)
    
    Status
        up
    MAC Address
        66:37:34:39:36:33
    IPv4 Address
        10.253.255.2
    Subnet mask IPv4
        255.255.255.0
    IPv6 Link Local
        fe80::6437:34ff:fe39:3633%vtnet6
    MTU
        1500
    Media
        10Gbase-T <full-duplex>In/out packets
        0/19724
    In/out packets (pass)
        0/19724
    In/out packets (block)
        0/0
    In/out errors
        0/0
    Collisions
        0	
    
    [color]Using dial-on-demand will bring the connection up again if any packet triggers it. To substantiate this point: disconnecting manually will not prevent dial-on-demand from making connections to the outside! Don't use dial-on-demand if the line is to be kept disconnected.[/color]</full-duplex></full-duplex></full-duplex></full-duplex></full-duplex></full-duplex></full-duplex> 
    




  • I think the issue you're seeing is the exact same as reported here:
    https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=107578.msg599597



  • sorry lost track of that forum post modded code and update list of errors