Re: debian-etch and ssh disconnects
This is with version 18.104.22.168-ixp4xx of the kernel.
Is this something others have seen?
Yes, and its damn annoying! :) Its not just SSH sessions that randomly
hang, but any socket for me. (2.6.18-3-ixp4xx).
I got my NSLU2 on Wednesday, and this locking up was constantly
happening while trying to install using Martin's (Hi mate!) image. I
was going onto a 1GB flash drive, and was manually putting 256 MB of
swap in so it wouldnt run out of memory while formatting, but that
failed about three times. In the end I installed onto a partition of a
400 GB HDD, with 1GB of swap. Only about 9 MB of swap is being used at
the moment, but every type of service I have installed and tried to use
seems ot lock up when copy data: FTP (proftpd), SMB (Samba), SCP and
interactively using SSH. Its not a complete lock up as other shells (if
I have two open, for example) remain responsive.
I created a separate 40 GB partition, put an LVM Volume Gruop on there
and make a logical partition with an XFS file system. I then hooked up
rsync to point to it, and tried to rsync using the win32 cwRsync
binaries to copy as well, and that actually made LVM complain about
filesystem corruption (twice). Accessing the same data using other
methods (eg SMB) did not cause this.
Anyway, this is little device is very cool (if I/we can fix the hanging
issue). I'm even being teased at work for talking about my slug. They
think I am talking about my....
Martin, I was looking to use the rest of my disk as an iSCSI target, but
while the scsi_transport_iscsi is in your kernel, the iscsi_tcp doesn't
seem to be. Has anyone else got iSCSI targets working from their slugs???
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