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- May 25 2018, 2:31 AM (87 w, 3 d)
All right, we stay with squid, however I may drop squidguard but ask in the forum first if that feature would be required by many users.
Fri, Jan 24
Thu, Jan 23
@max1e6 Did you have a chance to test? Otherwise I assume the issue isn't present anymore.
Let me know if you come across any issues.
@Dmitry What default delays do you suggest?
@syncer After all considerations, because of the authentication modules squid brings in, I would rather stay with squid for now. Let me know what you think.
Tue, Jan 21
- trafficserver (buster native - 19.7 MB of additional disk space will be used)
Fri, Jan 17
Ack, I have already after step 5 an issue. The uids shouldn't be an issue, since the users should be all in the same group and the group has r/w permissions.
@kroy Can you please test with the latest rolling? I can't reproduce the issue.
@max1e6 Did you have a chance to test?
Thu, Jan 16
@Xesxen http://dev.packages.vyos.net/repositories/current/pool/main/v/vyos-1x/vyos-1x_1.3.0-16_all.deb addresses that issue for the rolling release.
@jestabro yup, go ahead please and let me know when I can close it or if you can you can close as well.
Wed, Jan 15
Thu, Jan 9
Has been fixed already.
Wed, Jan 8
Hang on, I see the error in syslog (only syslog), so at least I can reproduce it now.
@Merijn I tested with the latest rolling and can't reproduce the issue. From your error message yesterday it looks like your snmpd.conf has an issue. Can you copy that content as well?
@jjakob https://downloads.vyos.io/rolling/current/amd64/vyos-1.3-rolling-202001081700-amd64.iso and later should address that issue.
Tue, Jan 7
https://github.com/vyos/vyos-1x/commit/3863e5dc24a622090f52c13f8aa04e5c9f00341a should fix it.
(http://dev.packages.vyos.net/repositories/current/pool/main/v/vyos-1x/vyos-1x_1.3.0-16_all.deb if you want to manually install and test or wait for tomorrows iso).
systemctl renamed it to syslog, so it won't be restarted correctly and the conf script won't generate the files correctly. It is correctly named within init.d.
looks like service syslog did disappear from the default config.
@Merijn Can you please share the snmp part from your config?
I only have a workaround right now, it appears that grub.cfg can't be found. To boot at least the installed system do the following within the grub shell:
Mon, Jan 6
Sure thing, let me know the result.
@Merijn https://github.com/vyos/vyos-1x/commit/78df0c46865b3af89d6bc327b4c1d08cc4450aff or tomorrows rolling, as you seem to compile it yourself is should now work out of the box when you install the new vyos-1x package.
Ther is more broken, the debian default snmp user is called Debian-snmp while the script tries to get the uid of the user snmp.
Hi @max1e6 , can you please share the relevant openvpn config, so I can try to reproduce the issue? Thx.
Sat, Jan 4
@kroy thx for testing, glad it is working for you since I'm not really satified with it.
Fri, Jan 3
Yup, https://phabricator.vyos.net/T1831 is pending. FRR RAs will fix the issue entirely.
That's what it does but using the init script.
Let's see if it does the job, it's more a hack than a fix. The real problem is that you will have reloads for each interface which has router-advert configured during boot.
Systemd doesn't like the quick restarts during boot and limits that.
Thu, Jan 2
I'm going to change the node.def to reload if radvd is running already, not sure if it fixes that since the issue appears to be systemd related.
Hmm, I can't reproduce the issue, looks good when I test it with your config and reboot few times.