New Build - 06/10/2022 - r49139

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alindumitru46
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2022 14:18    Post subject: Reply with quote
Thanks!
So far, I've been struggling with these fixes from those links, already Smile.
And I tested it intensively, I didn't expect such a quick response.
I was mistaken because those security settings are grouped. In the meantime, it was resolved according to the advice received.

On the wire(ethernet) it's ok, I still have to go to wifi setting.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2022 18:47    Post subject: Reply with quote
MLandi wrote:
I am still testing, but I may have a problem with this build on the 2.4MHz radio. Performance has all but stopped, down to 0.1Mb/s. 5GHz and Ethernet are normal and fast. I will cold boot the router but what should I capture to isolate a problem with one radio?


sumbuddie wrote:
EA8500

I'm also seeing issues with 2.4GHz using Vanilla firmware - very slow. Previous build (06-07-2022-r49113) had the same issues and connectivity problems as well.

Switched to DD-WRT firmware on 2.4GHz and it's better (have to compare speeds to previous versions later).

Have not reset settings - will likely try that next.



There is something very wrong with the vanilla drivers right now and they are adding a boatload of latency when I do testing from wireless out to waveform.com/tools/bufferbloat. This is for both radio's on the R9000.

using dd-wrt driver- test results:
https://www.waveform.com/tools/bufferbloat?test-id=84a9ca6d-d5d9-4f52-b0c5-62a119f7c617

Using Vanilla test results:
https://www.waveform.com/tools/bufferbloat?test-id=9d8bcfb6-90cb-4528-a38a-dde5f08e24c8

I am trying to work backwards to see when it really started, but as others have pointed out there have been several commits. /This is at least as of 49049

I am running the nightly 49185 and I have to use dd-wrt drivers to make things work. Vanilla is totally bunked.

I think this is affecting Ath10k devices the most; but maybe Ath9k too.

I have pinged BS about this.

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MLandi
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2022 19:01    Post subject: Reply with quote
msoengineer wrote:
There is something very wrong with the vanilla drivers right now and they are adding a boatload of latency when I do testing from wireless out to waveform.com/tools/bufferbloat. This is for both radio's on the R9000.

I am trying to work backwards to see when it really started, but as others have pointed out there have been several commits.

I am running the nightly 49185 and I have to use dd-wrt drivers to make things work. Vanilla is totally bunked.

I think this is affecting Ath10k devices the most; but maybe Ath9k too.

I have pinged BS about this.


Thanks for the confirmation. I switched both radios to the DD-WRT firmware and this release is now rock solid with great throughput.

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Netgear R9000 X10
DD-WRT v3.0-r50963 std (11/28/22)
Gateway, AP, DNSMasq, Clock 2000MHz
VAP on wlan1 for internet devices
IPv4 & IPv6 (Prefix Delegation)
Static Leases & DHCP
CloudFlare, QoS Disabled, SmartDNS Disabled
2.4GHz: VANILLA Firmware, Airtime Fairness Enabled, NG-Mixed, ACK Timing 3150, WPA2 w/AES
5GHz: VANILLA Firmware, Airtime Fairness Enabled, AC/N Mixed, ACK Timing 3150, WPA2 w/AES
Xfinity 1.2Gbps/42Mbps
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2022 21:31    Post subject: Reply with quote
no issues with vanilla fw, tried ddwrt fw, and back to the old low jittery tx/rx rates as usual ever since they were added. oh and it completely locked up the router for over 7 seconds whenever it felt like when under moderate ~ heavy usage.. go figure. ddwrt radio fw always causes more issues and fixes nothing here, a couple builds ago nothing would even connect to the ap when using ddwrt fw..
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2022 22:30    Post subject: Reply with quote
tatsuya46 wrote:
no issues with vanilla fw, tried ddwrt fw, and back to the old low jittery tx/rx rates as usual ever since they were added. oh and it completely locked up the router for over 7 seconds whenever it felt like when under moderate ~ heavy usage.. go figure. ddwrt radio fw always causes more issues and fixes nothing here, a couple builds ago nothing would even connect to the ap when using ddwrt fw..


I wonder if the IRQ balancing tweaks are factoring in negatively on actual routers vs. x86 setups?

I went back to 48897 and things are running speedy as ever on vanilla....

I have too many teams calls for work ATM and so I will have to stick with this and play during the nights to see when vanilla went bad.... but your "I have no vanilla issues" points me to the IRQ balancing as a possible culprit, then.

I have a spare R9000 that I can setup from scratch and see if NVRAM gremlins are doing something on the IRQ balance front with Vanilla and updates vs. clean install....Can't play till late tonight, though... There's a chip shortage out there I have to deal with....

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[R9000]50853 nightly (Main Router)
[EA8500]43192 & 45493 (2xOffsite)
[R7800] resting
[WDR3600]BS 44715 (Offsite)
[A7v5]BS 43038 (Offsite+spare napping)
sumbuddie
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2022 23:29    Post subject: Reply with quote
EA8500 - seeing issues with 5GHz using the Vanilla firmware as well - takes some time, but eventually 5GHz fails/drops clients/connectivity.

Set 5GHz to DD-WRT firmware and all is well so far.

Again, I haven't tried a NVRAM reset yet, not sure if I will or just revert to another build.
AsX
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2022 2:17    Post subject: Reply with quote
I think it's not only 5G, when 5G starts acting up 2.4G does it too. At least for me reconnecting my tablet to 2.4G doesn't help much until I reboot the router.
I'm almost positive it's not Vanilla vs DD-WRT firmware either, I think I've had this on both.
More, when it starts it may not even connect via LAN port.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2022 2:33    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router NameR9000
Router ModelNetgear Nighthawk X10
Firmware VersionDD-WRT v3.0-r49139 std (06/10/22)
Kernel VersionLinux 4.9.317 #633 SMP Tue Jun 7 01:22:36 +07 2022 armv7l


Similar to previous - reliably crashes httpd on any change in wireless basic settings.
No apply / save buttons in wireless basic settings.

New install from clean manufacturer install.
matjazk
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2022 8:22    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router: Netgear R9000
Firmware Version: DD-WRT v3.0-r49139 std (06/10/22)

The same for me, httpd predictably crashes in wireless tab. The same symptoms: page doesn't fully load, missing buttons. It was the same in the previous release (49113). Also the same with defaults (nvram erase && reboot).

However, in my case the crash happens *on first access*, when you reload or click on another tab, you see the consequences of the crash. After a minute or so the crash is detected and httpd is restarted.

Let's check the new version (49197 and see if there is any improvement).

This is the log excerpt:

Code:
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Caught SIGSEGV (11) in ???
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Fault at memory location 0x00000008 due to address not mapped to object (1).
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: <fieldset>
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: <legend><script type="text/javascript">Capture(share.pintrface)</script> %s - SSID [
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: my_router
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: ] HWAddr [%s]</legend>
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: <div class="setting"><div class="label"><script type="text/javascript">Capture(wl_basic.label)</script></div><select Postinfo: <script type="text/javascript"> //<![CDATA[
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: document.write("<option value=\"ap\" %s >" + wl_basic.ap + "</option>");
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: document.write("<option value=\"sta\" %s >" + wl_basic.client + "</option>");
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: document.write("<option value=\"wet\" %s >" + wl_basic.clientRelayd + "</option>");
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: document.write("<option value=\"wdssta\" %s >" + wl_basic.wdssta + "</option>");
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: document.write("<option value=\"wdssta_mtik\" %s >" + wl_basic.wdssta_mtik + "</option>");
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: document.write("<option value=\"wdsap\" %s >" + wl_basic.wdsap + "</option>");
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: //]]> </script>
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: </select>
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: </div>
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: <div class="setting">
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: <div class="label"><script type="text/javascript">Capture(wl_basic.label2)</script></div>
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: <select name="%s">
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: <script type="text/javascript"> //<![CDATA[
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: document.write("<option value=\"disabled\" %s>" + share.disabled + "</option>");
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: document.write("<option value=\"ad-only\" %s>" + wl_basic.ad + "</option>");
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: //]]> </script>
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: </select>
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: </div>
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: <div class="setting">
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: <div class="label"><script type="text/javascript">Capture(wl_basic.label4)</script></div>
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: <select name="%s" rel="wlan9k" onfocus="check_action(this,0)" onchange="setChannelProperties(this);"><script type="tePostinfo: document.write("<option value=\"0\" %s>" + share.auto + "</option>");
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Postinfo: document.write("<option value=\"%s\" rel=\'{\"lll\":%d,\"llu\":%d,\"lul\":%d,\"luu\":%d,\"ull\":%d,\"ulu\":%d,\"uul\"Postinfo: document.write("<option value=\"%s\" rel=\'{\"lll\":%d,\"llu\":%d,\"lul\":%d,\"luu\":%d,\"ull\":%d,\"ulu\":%d,\"
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : Thread 22557: httpd
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : maps:
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : 00010000-0008d000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 2191       /usr/sbin/httpd
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : 0009d000-0009e000 r--p 0007d000 1f:05 2191       /usr/sbin/httpd
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : 0009e000-000a0000 rw-p 0007e000 1f:05 2191       /usr/sbin/httpd
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : 000a0000-000ad000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : 0106d000-0106e000 ---p 00000000 00:00 0          [heap]
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : 0106e000-01070000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0          [heap]
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6a4a000-b6a4e000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6a99000-b6a9b000 ---p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6a9b000-b6afc000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b16000-b6b17000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b1f000-b6b2f000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b30000-b6b3c000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b3d000-b6b41000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b41000-b6b44000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b44000-b6b64000 r--s 00000000 00:0c 3108       /dev/nvram
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b64000-b6b68000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b68000-b6b7d000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 972        /lib/libiw.so
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b7d000-b6b7e000 r--p 00005000 1f:05 972        /lib/libiw.so
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b7e000-b6b7f000 rw-p 00006000 1f:05 972        /lib/libiw.so
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b7f000-b6b99000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 969        /lib/libgcc_s.so.1
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b99000-b6b9a000 r--p 0000a000 1f:05 969        /lib/libgcc_s.so.1
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b9a000-b6b9b000 rw-p 0000b000 1f:05 969        /lib/libgcc_s.so.1
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6b9b000-b6bac000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 1767       /usr/lib/libsharetools.so
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6bac000-b6bad000 r--p 00001000 1f:05 1767       /usr/lib/libsharetools.so
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6bad000-b6bae000 rw-p 00002000 1f:05 1767       /usr/lib/libsharetools.so
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6bae000-b6bc6000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 1700       /usr/lib/libjansson.so.4.11.1
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6bc6000-b6bc7000 r--p 00008000 1f:05 1700       /usr/lib/libjansson.so.4.11.1
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6bc7000-b6bc8000 rw-p 00009000 1f:05 1700       /usr/lib/libjansson.so.4.11.1
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6bc8000-b6be8000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 1642       /usr/lib/libdisc.so
Jun 14 10:09:47 router_name user.err : b6be8000-b6be9000 r--p 00010000 1f:05 1642       /usr/lib/libdisc.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6be9000-b6bea000 rw-p 00011000 1f:05 1642       /usr/lib/libdisc.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6bea000-b6beb000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6beb000-b6c00000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 1747       /usr/lib/libnl-tiny.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c00000-b6c01000 r--p 00005000 1f:05 1747       /usr/lib/libnl-tiny.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c01000-b6c02000 rw-p 00006000 1f:05 1747       /usr/lib/libnl-tiny.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c02000-b6c14000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 1776       /usr/lib/libswitch.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c14000-b6c15000 r--p 00002000 1f:05 1776       /usr/lib/libswitch.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c15000-b6c16000 rw-p 00003000 1f:05 1776       /usr/lib/libswitch.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c16000-b6c30000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 1768       /usr/lib/libshutils.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c30000-b6c31000 r--p 0000a000 1f:05 1768       /usr/lib/libshutils.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c31000-b6c33000 rw-p 0000b000 1f:05 1768       /usr/lib/libshutils.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c33000-b6c57000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 1800       /usr/lib/libwireless.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c57000-b6c59000 r--p 00014000 1f:05 1800       /usr/lib/libwireless.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c59000-b6c5b000 rw-p 00016000 1f:05 1800       /usr/lib/libwireless.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c5b000-b6c8b000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 1790       /usr/lib/libutils.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c8b000-b6c90000 r--p 00020000 1f:05 1790       /usr/lib/libutils.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c90000-b6c92000 rw-p 00025000 1f:05 1790       /usr/lib/libutils.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6c92000-b6ca7000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 976        /lib/libnvram.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6ca7000-b6ca8000 r--p 00005000 1f:05 976        /lib/libnvram.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6ca8000-b6ca9000 rw-p 00006000 1f:05 976        /lib/libnvram.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6ca9000-b6e39000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 1632       /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.1.1
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6e39000-b6e49000 r--p 00180000 1f:05 1632       /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.1.1
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6e49000-b6e4b000 rw-p 00190000 1f:05 1632       /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.1.1
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6e4b000-b6e4c000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6e4c000-b6eab000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 1775       /usr/lib/libssl.so.1.1
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6eab000-b6eaf000 r--p 0004f000 1f:05 1775       /usr/lib/libssl.so.1.1
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6eaf000-b6eb2000 rw-p 00053000 1f:05 1775       /usr/lib/libssl.so.1.1
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6eb2000-b6f1f000 r-xp 00000000 1f:05 951        /lib/libc.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6f1f000-b6f20000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6f20000-b6f2f000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6f2f000-b6f31000 rw-p 0006d000 1f:05 951        /lib/libc.so
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6f31000-b6f33000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : bef81000-befa2000 rw-p 00000000 00:00 0          [stack]
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : befa4000-befa5000 r-xp 00000000 00:00 0          [sigpage]
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : befa5000-befa6000 r--p 00000000 00:00 0          [vvar]
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : befa6000-befa7000 r-xp 00000000 00:00 0          [vdso]
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : ffff0000-ffff1000 r-xp 00000000 00:00 0          [vectors]
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : === Context:
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err :    TRAPNO:0000000e   ERRCODE:00000017   OLDMASK:00000000        R0:00000000
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err :        R1:fffffff0        R2:00000000        R3:00000000        R4:b6abb9e8
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err :        R5:b6c59df4        R6:b6c59da0        R7:00000000        R8:0000f4b0
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err :        R9:b6abb270       R10:b6abbac4        FP:b6c59da0        IP:b6c59d90
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err :        SP:b6abb158        LR:b6eda5c0        PC:b6eda0e8      CPSR:60000010
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : FAULTADDR:00000008
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : === Backtrace:
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # Searching frame 0 (FP=0xb6c59da0, PC=0xb6eda0e8)
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # PC-1cc[0xb6ed9f1c]: 0xe92d4ff1 stmfd sp!
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # FP-00[0xb6c59da0]: 0x00000001 {LR}
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # FP-04[0xb6c59d9c]: 0x00000000 {FP}
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # FP-08[0xb6c59d98]: 0x00000000 {R10}
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # FP-0c[0xb6c59d94]: 0x00000000 {R9}
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # FP-10[0xb6c59d90]: 0x00000000 {R8}
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # FP-14[0xb6c59d8c]: 0x00000000 {R7}
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # FP-18[0xb6c59d88]: 0x00000000 {R6}
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # FP-1c[0xb6c59d84]: 0x00000000 {R5}
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # FP-20[0xb6c59d80]: 0x00000000 {R4}
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # FP-24[0xb6c59d7c]: 0x00000000 {R0}
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # Crashed at /lib/ld-musl-armhf.so.1[0xb6eb2000](+0x000280e8)[0xb6eda0e8]
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # Searching frame 1 (FP=0x00000000, PC=0x00000001)
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : # Instruction at 0x00000001 is not mapped; terminating backtrace.
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : /lib/ld-musl-armhf.so.1[0xb6eb2000](+0x000280e8)[0xb6eda0e8]
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : ???(+0)[0x00000001]
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : === Code:
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6eda0a8:  e5503003 e15020b2 e3510000 e203301f 0a000006 e3520000 0a000000 e7f000f0
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6eda0c8:  e5102008 e3520801 aa000000 e7f000f0 e3e0100f e0411202 e080c001 e7900001
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6eda0e8: >e5901008 e151000c 0a000000 e7f000f0 e5d01014 e201101f e1510003 aa000000
Jun 14 10:09:48 router_name user.err : b6eda108:  e7f000f0 e590100c e1a01331 e3110001 0a000000 e7f000f0 e5901010 e1a01331
Jun 14 10:10:00 router_name user.info : [httpd] : maybe died, we need to re-exec it
Jun 14 10:10:00 router_name daemon.info httpd[22593]: [httpd] : httpd server started at port 800
Jun 14 10:10:00 router_name daemon.info httpd[22593]: [httpd] : httpd SSL server started at port 443
Jun 14 10:10:00 router_name user.info : [httpd] : http/https daemon successfully started
matjazk
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2022 8:38    Post subject: Reply with quote
Follow up: unfortunately, r49197 is more or less the same (httpd crash on wireless). I'll post the log in r49197 topic.
johnnyNobody999
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Joined: 10 Jan 2014
Posts: 464

PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2022 15:19    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router/Version: Netgear R9000
File/Kernel: dd-wrt_r9000-webupgrade-r49139.bin
Previous/Reset: dd-wrt_r9000-webupgrade-r48741.bin
Mode/Status: WDS working
Issues/Errors: Had to change from vanilla to dd-wrt for wifi. Has been randomly crashing or rebooting though.
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