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    Untangle Ninja Silver Bullet's Avatar
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    I think you mean /etc/init.d/networking restart. BUT, I have been told that it's not a good idea to restart networking in UT. You could, however, use ifdown -a followed by ifup -a.
    Vote here to have wireless included in Untangle.

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    Ahh yes that's it thanks.

    For the record it "isn't" a good idea. But it can help narrow issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    Ahh yes that's it thanks.

    For the record it "isn't" a good idea. But it can help narrow issues.
    I had to reboot every 2 weeks, i first had a cheap windows pc with vmware server and 100 windows clients.

    Then I migrated to an esxi with a dedicated proliant ML 350 G server

    Since then i've never had to reboot. Only once when there was a major power failure.
    Last edited by carlosap; 09-25-2008 at 09:45 PM.

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    I noticed my memory free jumped from 50% to 80% after a reboot. I'm using UT v6. This is for home network and I'm the only one using it. Running all open source and free apps except spam, phising, openvpn and reports. Is there a memory leak somewhere?

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    Remember Linux is going to normally hover around 90% usage or greater due to caching for speed(unless the kernel is manually tuned otherwise). The only thing you need to worry about is if you are using more than 15-25% swap. If you are hitting swap like that then you have memory pressure issues. Untangle REALLY needs 1 gigabyte of ram minimum..i would go no less than 2 gigs with memory prices heading for the basement the way they are.

    If you are having connectivity issues it's either something hooked up to the nic or a bad nic/nic driver.

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    Reboot? Nevah.

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    Reboot??? What's that???

    Only time I reboot is when the power goes out...
    I don't know what I'm doing! I just do it!
    So take what I'm saying with a grain of salt...;)

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    Since moving untangle to a Dell R200 server I haven't had to reboot it once

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    Mine has been rebooted yesterday after the LAN side failed on Untangle.
    For some odd reason no traffic was being let through, and I can't find any error messages (yet?) in Untangle that hint at the cause.
    So, I had to interrupt a perfectly good 80+ day uptime to troubleshoot.. pity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostyDog View Post
    Since moving untangle to a Dell R200 server I haven't had to reboot it once
    Ditto...I am running the same server, and it is SOLID.

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