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kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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Can someone kindly apply this patch from HEAD?

https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_ ... ?id=211689
https://svnweb.freebsd.org/base?view=re ... ion=312979

The bug is pretty annoying, makes lagg completely unusable. :x

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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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those patches are already included in latest 11.1 series as those are in source code freebsd 11.1 release
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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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Been testing for a while with 11.1.0.4.4899, looks like it finally works... 8-)

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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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doktornotor wrote:
18 Nov 2017 00:02
Been testing for a while with 11.1.0.4.4899, looks like it finally works... 8-)
It’s necessary to make a fresh install? Wirh upgrade, i hace the same problem
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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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I cannot imagine what would get solved with a fresh install, it's a kernel problem.

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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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i never had a single glitch with my lagg on both machines in my sig... both have intel LAN Cards installed

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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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The Microserver Gen8 has bge (Broadcom). Using igb Intel did not help at all. It's not a NIC driver bug, it's if_lagg.c problem. (Or, better said, multiple of them.)

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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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I had problems with lagg too, which I "solved" by disabling zeroconf. Almost everytime I restarted a service (or saved configuration in the webui), my nas rebooted.

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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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xbb wrote:
02 Dec 2017 13:27
I had problems with lagg too, which I "solved" by disabling zeroconf. Almost everytime I restarted a service (or saved configuration in the webui), my nas rebooted.
but zeroconf it's necessary enabled if you are using timemachine backup's (it's my case), thnks for your reply!
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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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doktornotor wrote:
21 Nov 2017 21:48
The Microserver Gen8 has bge (Broadcom). Using igb Intel did not help at all. It's not a NIC driver bug, it's if_lagg.c problem. (Or, better said, multiple of them.)
Have 4 intel nic`s in LACP and have no problem. So it then can`t be a nic driver problem anf eighter a lagg problem;)
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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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xbb wrote:
02 Dec 2017 13:27
...I had problems with lagg too, which I "solved" by disabling zeroconf...
i never used zeroconf, so it's disabled on all my Machines... 8-)
Home:11.3.x.7014/emb@32GB USB|1270v2@X9SCA-F|ECC32GB|i340-T4[lagg@GS108Tv2&smb-mch]|M1015@IT|9HDD~40TB@3xRaidZ1+1HDD+2SSD i335&i520+1xi800P@ZIL|~44W idle@SS-400FL2|Nanoxia Deep Silence 6B|24/7
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Re: kernel panic when lagg is used (#323) [patch]

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lindsay wrote:
04 Dec 2017 15:12
doktornotor wrote:
21 Nov 2017 21:48
The Microserver Gen8 has bge (Broadcom). Using igb Intel did not help at all. It's not a NIC driver bug, it's if_lagg.c problem. (Or, better said, multiple of them.)
Have 4 intel nic`s in LACP and have no problem. So it then can`t be a nic driver problem anf eighter a lagg problem;)
The problem is that - depending on what service you reconfigure - the thing makes a giant kaboom on (re)configuring the lladdr (the MAC address) of the LAGG interface. This happens a whole lot more "reliably" when using dual stack/IPv6.

There are more fixes for this applied in current pfSense, however the Texan guy no longer makes the FreeBSD kernel patches available, despite their "open-source" touting in about every piece of their marketing material. So... what's been upstreamed has been upstreamed, as for the rest - SOL at the moment.

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