Marcelo

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  • in reply to: Serious Vulnerability and new release #53688
    Marcelo
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    Thanks!

    in reply to: Serious Vulnerability and new release #53686
    Marcelo
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    Hi Fulvio,

    Could you please confirm 3.3.2 default kernel is 32bit as opposed to 64bit?

    Thanks

    in reply to: Custom DynDNS porblem. #47843
    Marcelo
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    Hi folks,

    I had the exact same problem, which I noticed was actually my fault. Instead of using dyndns.biz (which was the domain I actually created my hostname in dyndns, I was using the default, dyndns.org.

    When I noticed this and changed to the correct domain I created, it worked.

    PS. by the way, it makes sense that the error message “no host” indicates that there was no such host as mine in the domain dyndns.org. Ok, it should be a little bit more verbose 😉

    Hope this helps you.

    in reply to: Compiling a new kernel for Zeroshell #49440
    Marcelo
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    Thank you for the positive feedback!

    indeed I’ve to post this: This was actually very useful for me too. About 1 year after posting this, I had to look at it in order to do part of this again as I’m upgrading to beta14. Would certainly forget a step if I didn’t write this…

    Cheers,
    Marcelo

    Marcelo
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    Understand, unfortunately, as far as I know, this is not possible.

    Anyway, if your blacklist is not too big and doesn’t make extensive use of wildcards, I believe that it would be preferrable to exclude the access using the IPs via firewall rules. This is specially important because your users might know the URL’s IPs and skip your blacklist while firewall rules are more effective.

    Good luck

    Marcelo
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    I also see you have a very limited amount of RAM (128MB). In this circumnstance, even having On-Memory-Scan enabled probably is forcing the system to swap this memory, so disk access will be performed anyway.

    Suggest increasing memory (at least to 256MB), if possible.

    Marcelo
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    Seems correct.

    Interesting that it didn’t improve performance for you. At least it is preserving you CF life (in case you use a CF installation).

    In that case, I see no other suggestion to you other than disabe the image scanning as you are not interested in the AV anyway.

    BTW, chances are you are facing some other problem not directly related to the proxy itself.

    Regards,
    Marcelo Vianna

    Marcelo
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    Hi

    please, post here the output of your df command when typed in the router’s shell.

    in reply to: Current work on ZeroShell? #49838
    Marcelo
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    I’ve been in touch with Fulvio about new features for the next releases and although there is no promise, he told me we can wait for a new release in the next months.

    in reply to: How to tell if VLAN is not NAT’d #49643
    Marcelo
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    It can be ETH00. I actually use ETH00 as the WAN and ETH01 as LAN.

    You just have to be careful as 99% of the examples shown here are the opposite, so you’ll have to remember that…

    Regads,

    in reply to: Best way to tranfer files to ZeroShell? #47567
    Marcelo
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    You could also ssh to ZS and sftp from there, instead, as it has the client installed.

    in reply to: Dramatically improve HAVP performance and save CF lifetime #49463
    Marcelo
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    You are welcome.

    It doesn’t really require any reboot. Just execute the mount command both in the ZS shell and in the pre-boot script. If you are configuring your home router, rebooting is certainly a good way of testing that the pre-boot scripts are really working (or if you can afford doing this in a produciton router of your organization – in a maintenance window, maybe…).

    I’m happy it is working for you now. Enjoy your new “boosted speed” proxy.

    in reply to: Dramatically improve HAVP performance and save CF lifetime #49461
    Marcelo
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    Ok, no reason for the previous commands not to work, but I edited the guide to make it simpler and replaced

    > mount -omand,noatime,size=50m -ttmpfs none /Database/var/register/system/havp/tmp
    > chown havp.havp /Database/var/register/system/havp/tmp

    with

    > mount -omand,noatime,uid=havp,gid=havp,size=50m -ttmpfs none /Database/var/register/system/havp/tmp

    This will always make sure the ownership definition of the directory isn’t skiped as it has been directly incorporated in the mount command (no more chown needed).

    I also added a note that the pre-boot scripts I’m referring to is the Zeroshell’s GUI one

    in reply to: Dramatically improve HAVP performance and save CF lifetime #49458
    Marcelo
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    Ok, my tutorial could be clearer about what pre-boot scripts I’m refferring to: Pre-boot scripts are accessible from the Zeroshell’s GUI under Setup -> Startup / Cron -> pre-boot scripts.

    Editing rc.local in the filesystem won’t get persisted after reboot as the root filesystem is a ramdisk on Zeroshell.

    Getting back to your original problem: Did it work after fixing the directory permissions? If not, what is the output from the “free” command?

    in reply to: Dramatically improve HAVP performance and save CF lifetime #49456
    Marcelo
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    df output looks fine.

    Sounds like a permission problem, are you sure you have executed the chown step?

    to check, run “ls -lad /Database/var/register/system/havp/tmp” from the shell. You should see (only the text in bold is important, the remaining text may differ a bit when you run):

    drwxrwxrwt 2 havp havp 540 Feb 5 15:32 /Database/var/register/system/havp/tmp

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