sg-1000 random reboot when traffic shaping enabled
Based on this discussion https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=135450.0
When u enable traffic shaping with those standard 5 queues and use floating rules to assign traffic to them, then in certain traffic conditions where u have around 20-30 mbps of data flowing to or from wan and at same time u open web gui and it just reboots abruptly, there is no crash log generated at all. I tried with and without ramdisk as well as watchdog timer but this reboot happens randomly.
After disabling traffic shaping the problem solves.
Updated by Bipin Chandra almost 5 years ago
this also happens on the apu2 when u have 2 WAN connections and floating match rules to assign traffic to queues for each wan connection,
i have another apu2 box with single wan and that doesnt crash and reboot
Updated by Jim Pingle almost 5 years ago
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Neither of those logs contain useful information, the most important parts are before those logs start. If you captured those on the console, set a larger buffer in your console client. The logs are not for SG-1000, either, which is what the ticket was opened for. If the crash is specific to SG-1000, it needs to only contain SG-1000 info. If it's a more general issue, then it needs a more general ticket. Looking at the thread, whatever is left is likely covered by #7879 already, closing this as a duplicate.