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ASUS RTN66U internal sd card installed. Now what?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Gitsum, Jul 31, 2012.

  1. Gitsum

    Gitsum LI Guru Member

    I installed a 2GB micro sd card in the built in card reader inside the RTN66u and I want to use it to store log files, web usage, bandwidth monitoring. Basically I want to have a place that all that info will survive a reboot or power outage.
    Can someone help me with the settings I need to do to achieve that? I'm using Shibby 097-VPN-64K
     
  2. Dark_Shadow

    Dark_Shadow Addicted to LI Member

    Does it show mounted? What filesystem you format to?
     
  3. Gitsum

    Gitsum LI Guru Member

    It says it's mounted and I think vfat is the format? It says it called /tmp/mnt/sda1
     
  4. Dark_Shadow

    Dark_Shadow Addicted to LI Member

    I am not sure about vfat with the router, I have ext3. Maybe someone using this format can chime in.
     
  5. Gitsum

    Gitsum LI Guru Member

    Ok. Well, I have cstats and rstats writing to the internal sd card. I can't get the syslog to work in that location. When I point it to /tmp/mnt/sda1/logs nothing gets written.
    Also, after power outage, the stats don't get loaded back up. It starts from 0 hour again.
     
  6. Cyberian75

    Cyberian75 Network Guru Member

  7. Cyberian75

    Cyberian75 Network Guru Member

    Did you check "Custom Log File Path"? Also, you need to check "Create New File" if you've changed paths for bandwidth / IP logging.
     
  8. Gitsum

    Gitsum LI Guru Member

    Is there a better way to keep track of the stats that will survive a reboot? JFFS maybe? I need to keep track of bandwidth usage at least.
     
  9. Cyberian75

    Cyberian75 Network Guru Member

    JFFS has to be disabled when upgrading the firmware, so use either an SD card or an external drive.
     

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