can you check if rv980 solves the problem ?
On Donnerstag 14 Februar 2008, Freifunk Dresden wrote:
I have done some checks. First I have added the tincd tap interface to
a bridge and used the bridge as parameter for batmand. This is currently
running since 10h.
The second what I have tried is to call "kill -STOP $(pidof tincd)".
On the WRT54GL batmand stopped quite fast, but it stopped also fast without
the "kill". On the WRT54SL where I never have seen batmand stopping, the
"kill" has stopped batmand after 5-10 minutes. I could reproduce this
serveral times with the GS.
When calling batmand -c -a 126.96.36.199/32 I get the following output on
[ 275531] Unix socket: got connection
[ 275539] got request: 10
[ 275540] Unix socket: Requesting adding of HNA 188.8.131.52/32 -
put this on todo list...
[ 275544] got request: 10
[ 275545] Unix client closed connection ...
Three batmand processes are running and batmand -c returns:
WARNING: You are using BatMan-eXp 0.3-alpha (compatibility version 10) !
/sbin/batmand [not-all-options-displayed] -r 2 -a 10.12.10.16/28 eth1 tbb
After calling "killall batmand" only one of three batmand processes is
killed. I have to killall -9 to get rid of it.
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