/etc/inc/led.inc functions are not doing the right thing on 6100
At various points of the boot process, the LEDs are supposed to flash with different patterns to indicate stages of boot- initializing interfaces, bootup complete, etc
On the 6100, I don't think these are working as expected. Mostly due to the /dev/led/* devices not matching this pattern which is at the top of /etc/inc/led.inc
$led_root = "/dev/led/led";
example, I believe the func below is supposed to set a single blue LED to "ON" and the others off, but it's not working on the 6100. At least as of 22.01.a.20211126.0600, it ends up with a slow blue blinking LED on the right side (diamond):
<code class="php"> led_normalize() </code>
Updated by Jim Pingle 23 days ago
- Status changed from New to Not a Bug
- Target version deleted (
The LEDs on the 6100 and several other models are diven by GPIO and adjusted via a special script. They do not use the LED drivers handled via led.inc.
The script is at
/usr/local/sbin/pfSense-led.sh on a pfSense Plus software installation, and gets called from various places in the Plus code appropriately.