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- Mar 8 2016, 4:38 AM (119 w, 15 h)
Jun 29 2017
I see there is a duplicate task for this here - https://phabricator.vyos.net/T279
Jun 25 2017
I can confirm the exact same issue.
May 30 2017
I have managed to make some headway on this.
May 29 2017
It's currently in BIOS boot mode.
I have had no luck with my testing and it seems that grub just can't seem to find the image to load.
I have tried different bios configurations, different hard drives, tried specifying "root=" in grub (was doubtful of this).
Nothing I have tried has managed to get it to boot.
May 28 2017
I have just tried on vmware and it is installing and booting with no problem.
I have not tested it in a virtual environment yet.
It's being installed on a 32GB Satadom and it's using mbr.
1.1.7 installs and works 100%
May 25 2017
Apr 25 2017
I have tried this and I could not seem to get any data what-so-ever to go over the open fastpath interface, so I don't think it is a viable solution.
Dec 19 2016
Here is a howto on the openfastpath - https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/opendataplane-with-open-fast-path-on-ubuntu/
Dec 17 2016
Would the http://www.opendataplane.org/ and http://www.openfastpath.org/index.php/service/technicaloverview/ not work better in VyOS?
Use this to create a fastpath interface and the linux OS can just that.
Oct 10 2016
Are those firwall names not still assigned to the interfaces?
Sep 17 2016
I agree that DPDK would be a game changer for VyOS. It would nullify the Brocade 5600 vRouter and would make VyOS the absolute go to routing software for high PPS networks. I'm already seeing an increase in interest around the BSDRP router project which is using netmap (BSD's version of DPDK in simple terms). The point being that, as more and more networks move towards 10Gbit / 100Gbit networking, VyOS is going to lag behind anyone else who implements DPDK or netmap routing first.
Sep 7 2016
The entire issue is a ripple effect of allowing the duplicate prefix into the same prefix list.
If we can prevent that, the route-map issue shouldn't occur.
Apr 13 2016
Where is the updated vyatta-quagga packages ?
Mar 26 2016
I was able to replicate this on my side in a lab.
Mar 24 2016
What happens if you delete the prefix entry first and then delete the rule?
Mar 23 2016
From what I understand from reading up on this, the "truncating" issue occurs when a 32bit value is being returned on a 64bit system.
The diff on the patch https://github.com/vyos/net-snmp/commit/01043209782cb786696e4dc20b9468e97d4f4acd
Mar 16 2016
Mar 11 2016
Looking from a sys-admin perspective, I think most would prefer being able to drop to shell when needed or preferred.
Mar 9 2016
Looks like Centos created a patch for this - https://git.centos.org/blob/rpms!net-snmp/8a419fd557adfdc5e6efd8977f5fb7de7fa36f9f/SOURCES!net-snmp-5.7.2-dot3stats-log.patch