I have several WRT54GL here and I can execute something like
as often as I want. It never hangs.
Can you attach the cron file that is executed and that causes the problem?
On Sonntag 03 Februar 2008, Freifunk Dresden wrote:
I'm currently try using batmand-experimental Rev.972.
I have encountered a strange behaviour. I'm running two
WRT54 (GL and GS).
Routing is working and there is enough memory. I have setup
a cron job to call "batmand -c -d [2,7,8,9]" every minutes to
update the status files on ramdisk. The webinterface then
access the content of the status file which reduces the cpu load.
The WRT54GS is working almost, but the WRT54GL hangs after a while
as described below:
The call to "batmand -c -d [2,7,8,9]" blocks batmand completely.
batman does not do any routing and OGM processing. As result the
router leaves the network.
I can still call "batmand -c -r 3" and verify with "batmand -c" that
options were set. But OGMs are not processed.
Any call to access the debug-information is blocked.
After killall batmand and restart the call to "batmand -c -d x" is possible
serveral times until batman hangs. The process list shows this
"batmand -c -d x" - process.
I have compiled batmand for whiterussian_rc6 and with the following
options: (The email server has a problem with the assignment character so I
have removed it in this email)
CFLAGS -Wall -Os
CFLAGS_MIPS -Wall -Os -DREVISION_VERSION $(REVISION_VERSION)
I had to remove the -pg option because it was not possible to compile.
Also in whiterussian_rc the CFLAGS_MIPS/LDFLAGS_MIPS are not used (I
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