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Alexander Berkes

  • Registered on: 01/14/2017
  • Last connection: 01/19/2020

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01/14/2020

04:45 PM pfSense Bug #5413: Incorrect Handling of Unbound Resolver [service restarts, cache loss, DNS service interruption]
[[https://github.com/pfsense/FreeBSD-ports/pull/751]]
03:02 PM pfSense Bug #5413: Incorrect Handling of Unbound Resolver [service restarts, cache loss, DNS service interruption]
Renato Botelho wrote:
> https://github.com/pfsense/FreeBSD-ports/blob/devel/sysutils/dhcpleases/files/dhcpleases.c
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01/11/2020

06:17 PM pfSense Bug #5413: Incorrect Handling of Unbound Resolver [service restarts, cache loss, DNS service interruption]
Hi all,
I have been looking at this issue for the last few days, because I am affected by myself and would like th...

11/02/2017

06:20 PM pfSense Bug #8046 (Resolved): ntpd erroneously listens on all interfaces
Although I have selected only specific interfaces for ntpd to listen on, the service additionally listens to the wild...

01/14/2017

10:48 AM pfSense Bug #7121: freshclam.conf advanced editing, configuring value of "Checks" has no effect on crontab entry
safebrowsing was never enabled in my setup. I also didn't investigate further.
10:27 AM pfSense Bug #7121: freshclam.conf advanced editing, configuring value of "Checks" has no effect on crontab entry
Thanks for the git link. That makes things more clear.
Sorry I couldn't remember the exact value of the crontab en...
05:35 AM pfSense Bug #7121: freshclam.conf advanced editing, configuring value of "Checks" has no effect on crontab entry
Yeah you are right, I am talking about the squid package, but especially the freshclam component. Freshclam is execut...
08:47 PM pfSense Bug #7121 (Resolved): freshclam.conf advanced editing, configuring value of "Checks" has no effect on crontab entry
When configuring clamav advanced options, changing the value of "Checks" has no effect on the crontab entry of freshclam
08:31 PM pfSense Bug #7120 (Resolved): Wrong file permissions on /var/tmp and missing sticky bit when using /var as RAM disk
When pfsense (full install) is configured to use /var as RAM disk, the directory permissions of /var/tmp are set to 7...

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