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Out of NVRAM on RT-N16 - Shibby Mod - v1.00

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by gawd0wns, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. gawd0wns

    gawd0wns Network Guru Member

    I have been noticing my NVRAM running low, even before I upgraded to v1.00 recently. Today, my router froze for a minute before being accessible again, and NVRAM going back to being 11% free (which it normally is). When I checked my logs, I saw the following in my system log (see attachment).

    What could be causing my NVRAM to get eaten up like this? I am running wifi with two clients max, OpenVPN, a VSFTPD server, and a media server in the background. I have configured all logging to a usb drive (syslog, bandwidth, dlna logs). After this happened, I created and enabled a swap partition on my usb to prevent it from happening again.


    Attached Files:

    • OOM.txt
      File size:
      15.1 KB
  2. maurer

    maurer LI Guru Member

    transmission-da is eating your RAM - make sure you use swap from now on - this is the way to do it
    It has no relation with the NVRAM - which is a partion of your flash memory

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