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    Hm, it looks like there were multiple versions of...

    Hm, it looks like there were multiple versions of the modules installed, and some worked and others didn't. Maybe the problem was triggered by something as simple as "depmod -a" picking a new set of...
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    Thanks sky-night! The trick is that the driver...

    Thanks sky-night! The trick is that the driver I'm using is part of the standard Linux kernel source, so there's no place to download it from except the kernel source itself, at least not that I can...
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    Thanks, I didn't know about that page! I don't...

    Thanks, I didn't know about that page!

    I don't see the kernel source in Gitorious though, what am I missing? Also, is there a particular branch I should use that corresponds to what was just...
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    Yes, exactly. The RAID controller I'm using is...

    Yes, exactly. The RAID controller I'm using is part of the standard Linux kernel, so there's no driver to download, I just have to build the modules from the Untangle kernel source then install...
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    RAID driver suddenly not working

    Hello,

    After quite a few years, our custom-installed RAID driver is no longer working! It failed to load after an automatic reboot on Saturday, logging:


    messages.1:Jan 26 03:54:41 filter...
  6. Wow, thanks, you nailed it! I don't know how...

    Wow, thanks, you nailed it! I don't know how that snuck in there, probably it's been in our configuration for years and caused a problem when I restored from our backup config.

    Thanks again, I...
  7. I did do the basics on my own before finally...

    I did do the basics on my own before finally editing the configuration file by hand: configured the network, tried the connectivity test (which failed), double-checked my network settings, checked...
  8. I should have clarified that in addition to not...

    I should have clarified that in addition to not showing up in "netstat -rn", I could not route packets outside of my subnet before the "route add" or editing "/etc/network/interfaces", so it was an...
  9. Default gateway problem with new 64-bit install

    Hello,

    We just upgraded our 32-bit Untangle system to 64-bit. Because there isn't a direct upgrade path available, we backed up our configuration, installed from scratch using the 9.11 64-bit cd,...
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    If you look at that iotop output I pasted a few...

    If you look at that iotop output I pasted a few posts back, the two processes consuming disk bandwidth are both autovacuum processes, so probably this was the same issue.

    Thanks again! I use...
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    After the DROP SCHEMA command, things ran very...

    After the DROP SCHEMA command, things ran very well this afternoon, with a load average around 1.0. I will keep an eye on it, but so far it seems like that solved the problem. Thanks!

    Let me see...
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    Ah, I misunderstood the advice, and thought it...

    Ah, I misunderstood the advice, and thought it was just for getting through the first report. Since the first report did seem to complete eventually, I did not try it. I have just dropped the...
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    So I turned back on reporting today and spent a...

    So I turned back on reporting today and spent a bit of time looking into it.

    I think the crashed processes were a red herring. They are not happening anymore, and you are right, they should not...
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    Turning reporting back on, the load stayed...

    Turning reporting back on, the load stayed reasonable for awhile. I'll turn it on Monday when I can keep an eye on it all day, and see if I can gather more details on the problem or convince myself...
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    It seems to be doing better now. Processes have...

    It seems to be doing better now. Processes have not randomly crashed in the past several years, but of course it's possible that hardware started failing at the same time we updated to the new...
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    Reporting in new version overloading server?

    We started getting complaints earlier today that sending and receiving mail was very slow. We logged onto our Untangle server and saw that the load average had climbed above 20! We turned some...
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    Hardware for 55K mail users

    Hello,

    I have been using Untangle successfully for spam filtering on a mail server with about a thousand users for a while now, and have been extremely happy with it.

    I am looking at a project...
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    It works quite well! Here's what I did to get...

    It works quite well! Here's what I did to get all of the features working. I had to install just a handful of packages and kernel modules, it would be great if the IPMI and LSI RAID (MPT) kernel...
  19. I wanted to follow up that, for once, I got to...

    I wanted to follow up that, for once, I got to pick all of fast, cheap, and good! I got a refurb SunFire X4100 direct from Sun, with a 3 year warranty, for $225, donated via http://techsoup.org! 2...
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    T5000, The problem is that the FTP/SSL traffic...

    T5000,

    The problem is that the FTP/SSL traffic is encrypted. Untangle can't decrypt the traffic, so it can't really do anything useful with it. For example, it can't tell whether a file being...
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    Thanks, I ended up just dropping the event...

    Thanks, I ended up just dropping the event tables, as described in another thread. My disk was so full that it could never find enough temporary space to delete the rows and complete a VACUUM FULL,...
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    Disk full of log information in database

    Hello,

    Our disk is filled up with log information stored in the database.

    Our hard drive is 40GB. Too small, I know, and we are in the process of getting a new server to replace this one,...
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    Perhaps there's some confusion about the...

    Perhaps there's some confusion about the different kinds of idle. An entire Untangle box isn't going to go idle like a laptop goes idle, and just shut itself off. But it probably has an idle CPU...
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    Yeah, Untangle totally saved our ass at gfn.org,...

    Yeah, Untangle totally saved our ass at gfn.org, a nonprofit ISP I'm involved with. Our spam problem had gotten so bad we were having mail server outages, and losing members left and right. Our new...
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    Untangle on Sun x86 hardware

    Hello,

    I may be able to get a really good deal on a Sun Fire X4100 M2 x64 Server, with Opteron 2216 CPUs, 4GB of RAM, and SAS drives. I can't find what type of NICs are on the system, though when...
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