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When multi cpu=yes my router reboot???

Posted: Sat Feb 28, 2009 5:15 pm
by AnaG
After upgrade from 3.0-->3.20
my router Intel Dual 3.4 Ghz motherboard 82801 Intel chip-set
/when multi-cpu=yes every 30-40 min/ reboot itself

with multi-cpu=yes I have 26-36% CPU Load
with multi-cpu=no I have 40-70% CPU Load

Need cpu for lan-speed have Gbit (Rtl Semiconductor x4) ether from my FTP-server with multi cpu I get around 300-320mbit TCP with-out like 150-200mbit.

Pls Fix this if its a driver problem or a bug.
or if somebody have same problem pls tell me how to fix it.

Re: When multi cpu=yes my router reboot???

Posted: Sat Feb 28, 2009 7:46 pm
by Chupaka
what facilities are you using on that router? ppp, queueing?

just for routing and firewalling - our multicore machines works are stable as a rock. but pptp server still uses one core - it rebooted after some time when we enable multicore (did not tested on fresh ROS versions with updated kernel)

Re: When multi cpu=yes my router reboot???

Posted: Sun Mar 01, 2009 7:05 pm
by AnaG
Our MT with multi-cpu=no run stable as a rock :)
We use just queuing, some mangle and firewall rules, not using proxy or ppp

(Local Ftp server and Video streem)

From FTP server and Server for Video Stream --> Router---> Local pass high traffic (50% of the time) min 50mbit max up to 100-150mbit + 40-60mbit from Internet - Than my CPU Load is like 86%-100% - avg=40-50%
Simple we need more traffic from local servers.
Soon we will get new motherboard (with Xeon or something like that)
I think we can pass more traffic with more CPU power