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  • Hi All

    Thank you for all the effort that was put into resolving this issue.
    I was able to leave my server off until today, not everyone can do this, and waited for a solution - i just ran the update from the web interface the moment i booted.
    After the update ran, i also did:

    systemctl stop clearsync.service
    rm -f /var/lib/csplugin-events/events.db
    systemctl start clearsync.service

    Everything is now responding and i do not see any more log files going "NUTS"

    Thank you again for everyone involved

    Leon

  • Hi All

    My unit started to show similar issues yesterday morning 09:00 SAST.
    As the day progressed it became more and more unresponsive to the point where i could not access the system anymore at about 22:15 SAST

    The only thing i saw was that there was a update that started at 02:10 SAST and that u had a high number of events, when i was still able to access the WEB interface.
    I have now powered my system off - pulled the plug - as that was the only way to shut it down as i lost WEB and SSH access last night.

    I hope that someone can assist before i attempt to do a clean install - not really looking forward to it...

  • Hi Nick

    I tried "systemd-analyze set-log-level notice" last night, did a reboot and it made no difference.
    I am now not able to access my unit at all

  • High number of "Informational Events" 45204 so far

    My system seems to have updated this morning - Yum Log
    Since than i am getting a HIGH volume of log files - messages - Started Session c4476 of user root - about 36 entries every second??

    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c789 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c790 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c791 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c792 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c793 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c794 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c795 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c796 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c797 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c798 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c799 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c800 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c801 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c802 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c803 of user root.
    Apr 6 17:09:48 ZodiacTech systemd: Started Session c804 of user root

    Did a "HARD" reset so that i can get in and copy from /var/log/messages

    It seems that my system is getting overwhelmed, so bad that i can't login even via ssh anymore.

    What i did see before i could not get in anymore was a higher memory usage by clamd

    Any idea where i can look to find out what is causing this?

  • Hi Nick

    My setup is a bit different, i shall see if i can setup something similar and do a test.

  • Hi Nick

    Yes, in Gateway mode, my LAN speed was always good, between 80 and 115kBps, it has been the WAN side that was slow i could only get about 40Mbps download on the WAN side.
    Both ports tested in LAN mode now give me about 920Mbps, so i am not sure how to move forward.

    At the moment i have a small DELL R210 setup as a Gateway and my Media Server is on the LAN side of that.
    With the DELL R210, i am getting about 97Mbps on a 100Mbps connection.
    The difference is that the DELL R210 is a Gateway only, on my media server i have PLEX, Samba and Transmission

  • Hi Nick

    I have some more update on this.
    I have made my Media Server a "Standalone" server, with Firewall, and now the network speed is significantly higher.
    My server is a Intel Server S3420GP with a Xeon 3400 and 16GB of RAM

    I have tested this on both network ports and i am getting similar speeds on both ports.
    I have uploaded and download a 6GB file and i am getting speed of around 115kBps (920 Mbps)
    This show me that in "Gateway" mode the WAN network speed is restricted for some reason.

    I also had LAN issues during raid rebuild and that has also now "disappeared" as i get 115kBps even during a raid rebuild, before i could only get about 30 to 40kBps during this process.

    So it seems that when in "Gateway" mode, ClearOS does something to the network and make everything SLOW...

  • Hi Nick

    ethtool report:
    Speed: 1000Mb/s
    Duplex: Full

    I have a few dropped packets on my LAN side, but zero on the WAN side.
    New cable, that was my 1st port of call. Replaced my CAT5e cable with a CAT6 shielded cable, no change

  • Hi Nick

    Unfortunately i am not able to add an a network adapter in this unit as i have already used the spare slots for additional SATA cards.
    I have 12x SATA drives in this unit.

    The reason i am pointing the finger at ClearOS, i might be wrong, is that on the LAN port i can transfer files at close to 1Gbps, but on the WAN port i struggle to get 30Mbps.
    I even :Swapped" the ports, use the WAN as LAN and LAN as WAN, and the speed issue stay on the WAN side.
    Both ports use the same driver. Or am i missing something?

    Ethernet controller [0200]: Intel Corporation 82578DM Gigabit Network Connection [8086:10ef] (rev 05)
    Subsystem: Intel Corporation Device [8086:34ec]
    Kernel driver in use: e1000e
    Kernel modules: e1000e
    --
    Ethernet controller [0200]: Intel Corporation 82574L Gigabit Network Connection [8086:10d3]
    Subsystem: Intel Corporation Device [8086:34ec]
    Kernel driver in use: e1000e
    Kernel modules: e1000e

  • Hi Nick

    No proxy, no Qos and i use COS in Gateway mode.
    Lan is static IP and LAN is also the DHCP for my network.
    WAN is static IP from ISP.
    Not PPPoE, as i don't have ADSL anymore, 100Mbps fibre with static IP from ISP