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http dying with Tomato 1.02

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by jbypuentes, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. jbypuentes

    jbypuentes LI Guru Member

    i've been using tomato 1.02.0931 since last night (only version i've ever used)

    and am having constant http browsing lockouts. every few minutes/hours http stops working.

    i would really like to keep using tomato since dd-wrt has to many lockup/freeze issues and openwrt's webif and webif2 aren't as intuitive and easy to setup as tomato.

    i'm using a Buffalo WHR-G54S.

    here's the last 25 lines in case it helps.

    Code:
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: Out of Memory: Killed process 100 (dnsmasq).
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.warn kernel: MASQUERADE: No route: Rusty's brain broke!
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: Out of Memory: Killed process 79 (crond).
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.warn kernel: NET: 35 messages suppressed.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: Out of Memory: Killed process 186 (udhcpc).
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.warn kernel: NET: 2 messages suppressed.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: layer7: out of memory in match, bailing.
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.err kernel: Out of Memory: Killed process 186 (udhcpc).
    Jan  5 08:18:35  user.notice kernel: VM: killing process udhcpc
     
  2. njeske

    njeske Network Guru Member

    when you upgraded to Tomato, did you clear your routers NVRAM and reset all settings to default? any time you load a new type of firmware you should do that to ensure all the correct defaults are loaded into memory. once you're on Tomato you shouldn't need to do that every time you flash your router, but going from stock to 3rd party it's a good idea to start from scratch.
     
  3. jbypuentes

    jbypuentes LI Guru Member

    i went from dd-wrt straight to Tomato.

    i didn't clear any settings since everything looked like it picked up fine.

    i guess i'll try that now. just hit the rest-to-default button right?
     
  4. jbypuentes

    jbypuentes LI Guru Member

    i just reset everything to default using the CLEAR NVRAM (THOROUGH) option.

    i hope it works, this firmware is so easy and cool to setup.
     
  5. njeske

    njeske Network Guru Member

    hopefully that works. that usually resolves the wierd quirky issues.
     
  6. Reiper

    Reiper LI Guru Member

    To bad we can't do this to people (reset the NVRAM) to get rid of their weird quirky issues!! :)
     
  7. jbypuentes

    jbypuentes LI Guru Member

    yeah. i don't know why i didn't clear the nvram. i usually do everything from scratch. "quirky" like you say.

    i'm going to run a linux torrent download right now to see if that happens again, it's what happened last time so i hope it works still.
     
  8. tekunix

    tekunix LI Guru Member

    For everyone with problems with Tomato & Torrents...

    This are my settings... (working very well for some time)

    hope this helps someone

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