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Lite5 and bad blocks [resolved]

Sun Apr 13, 2014 9:52 pm

I counted about 15 pieces lite5 which are from 0.1 to 0.5% bad blocks, which one of them disappeared configuration of VPNs.
Lite5 than have the time.
Could defect lite?

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Re: Lite5 and bad blocks - defect lite ?

Mon Apr 14, 2014 12:42 pm

This is a very small number of bad blocks, and will not affect the device performance in any way. You should not be worried, this is acceptable. RouterOS doesn't use the blocks marked as bad.
which one of them disappeared configuration of VPNs.
please make sure you are running the latest RouterOS version 6.11, and send a supout.rif file to support. It is probably related to something else.
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Re: Lite5 and bad blocks - defect lite ?

Mon Apr 14, 2014 1:23 pm

This is a very small number of bad blocks, and will not affect the device performance in any way. You should not be worried, this is acceptable. RouterOS doesn't use the blocks marked as bad.
it is very funny hahaha new antenna and already damaged
which one of them disappeared configuration of VPNs.
please make sure you are running the latest RouterOS version 6.11, and send a supout.rif file to support. It is probably related to something else.
6.11 is crappy, bug, bug, bug.

Every restart, setting vpn (secrets) disappear
 
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Re: Lite5 and bad blocks [resolved]

Mon Apr 14, 2014 1:35 pm

According to chip NAND manufacturer, this is acceptable number from NAND chip factory.
Every restart, setting vpn (secrets) disappear
This is not related to your blocks. The bug is fixed in v6.12, you can email support and ask for test version, if it is very urgent.
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Re: Lite5 and bad blocks [resolved]

Mon Apr 14, 2014 1:47 pm

According to chip NAND manufacturer, this is acceptable number from NAND chip factory.
Every restart, setting vpn (secrets) disappear
This is not related to your blocks. The bug is fixed in v6.12, you can email support and ask for test version, if it is very urgent.
I have a 5.26 everywhere and anywhere will only work where there are bad bloks disappears.
 
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Re: Lite5 and bad blocks [resolved]

Mon Apr 14, 2014 2:07 pm

According to chip NAND manufacturer, this is acceptable number from NAND chip factory.
Every restart, setting vpn (secrets) disappear
This is not related to your blocks. The bug is fixed in v6.12, you can email support and ask for test version, if it is very urgent.
I have a 5.26 everywhere and anywhere will only work where there are bad bloks disappears.
Blocks don't disappear. The only explanation could be, that v5.26 doesn't count them correctly ...
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Re: Lite5 and bad blocks [resolved]

Mon Apr 14, 2014 2:13 pm

When will the very stable version 6.x ?
 
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Re: Lite5 and bad blocks [resolved]

Mon Apr 14, 2014 2:14 pm

When will the very stable version 6.x ?
RouterOS v6.12 will have the fix for your VPN problem
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