CODELQ Traffic Shaper Causes Panic and Reboot During Speed Test
I started receiving seemingly random kernel panics after upgrading to 150/150 internet service.
Crash reports were submitted from the following IP addresses:
XX.X54.147.132 (my current IP)
I had been running running the DSLReports speed test http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest to check for bufferbloat and then setup CODELQ on all of my interfaces with a bandwidth of 142 mbits/sec. This would improve my bufferbloat score. After this I started to experience random kernel panics. After fully testing my hardware and finding it to be stable I put the system back online and ran a speed test. During the upload portion of the test the machine rebooted. I submitted this report from XX.X54.147.132. I then removed all shapers and am no longer experiencing random reboots and crash reports.
I have the following packages installed:
Avahi Network Management 1.10.3
Cron Services 0.3.2
OpenVPN Client Export Utility Security 1.2.20
Sarg Network Report 0.6.7
squid3 Network 0.4.2
squidGuard Network Management 1.9
Squid is running transparently.
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Updated by Chad Wagner about 5 years ago
I just experienced this apparently same crash on 2.4 while running the DSLReports Speedtest. The system crashed after a couple of seconds into the upload speed portion of the test. I was not using CODELQ or any shapper when this crash occurred in 2.4. Reverting to 2.3.2 with the same configuration does not crash while running the speed test.
My system is:
8GB ECC Ram
120GB Intel 320 SSD
Frontier FiOS 150/150
Updated by Jim Pingle 8 days ago
- Status changed from New to Closed
Doesn't seem to be an issue anymore, and there is a lack of detail here (no details of the config, not even if it's ALTQ or dummynet), no crash dump/backtrace, etc.
It doesn't happen to me with a limiter-based FQ_CODEL setup ( https://docs.netgate.com/pfsense/en/latest/recipes/codel-limiters.html ), I can run multiple speed tests back-to-back and have been running that config live for over a year without any related panics.