After entering my up and downlink values,I pushed the preset button and the system crashed entered into a reboot loop.
A similiar behavior i registered, after I executed the online update with activated QoS.
Unfortunately, I cant provide at the moment logfiles or screen dumps, as my Aten CN6000 KVM over IP reacts to slow.
My Hardwareprofile is e22d753754cc5fd46bee38a0be7f181762f4823f.
I can confirm that QOS is still working without problems on IPFire 2.15 Beta1.
Please post some additional informations to your installation. Do you use a fresh installed system or do you have upgraded an existing one?
If you have performed an upgrade, do you have used QOS before?
Thanks in advance,
After upgrading my system to 2.15 beta1 it went into a reboot loop. I had QoS enabled. After installing 2.15 beta1 from scratch it works just fine, even with QoS enabled.
All is NOT well with QoS! After setting up several things such as Squid, OpenVPN, and QoS I rebooted my router. It went into another reboot loop. I had configured QoS, but it was not on. I got several screenshots of the crashes which I can attach upon request. The most useful crash said something about "Kernel panic - not syncing: Fatal exception in interrupt".
The new profile ID for this box is 1303ebea732085327bca86b3b22995f1d1ae1c10
Could you please try to provide screenshots of the panic messages?
I believe that this is a hardware issue that may possibly be triggered by QoS.
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Picture 1 of QoS crash
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Picture 2 of QoS crash
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Picture 3 of QoS crash