[Olsr-dev] 0.5.6-rc5 is out

fdb (spam-protected)
Sat Jun 14 10:26:30 CEST 2008

Where can I find documentation about option FIBmetric and its parameters 
flat, correct, approx?

Sven-Ola Tücke ha scritto:
> Hey,
> and the "FIBMetric" may be interesting. Loosing kernel routes (or having them 
> twice) may be a metric match/mismatch during setrt() unsetrt() or so
> // Sven-Ola
> Am Freitag 13 Juni 2008 20:35:23 schrieb Hannes Gredler:
>> john,
>> it would be interesting to get some datapoints on the timer
>> manipulations for all HNA Network entries.
>> i have added a patch to http://gredler.at/hg/olsrd/
>> that adds the string "HNA Network" to all HNA Network related
>> timers.
>> can you compile a DEBUG image (see Makefile.inc) and run it into
>> your network and grep for "HNA Network" timer manipulations.
>> /hannes
>> John Hay wrote:
>>> On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 01:46:09PM +0200, Henning Rogge wrote:
>>>>> http://www.olsr.org/releases/0.5/olsrd-0.5.6-rc5.tar.bz2
>>>>> http://www.olsr.org/releases/0.5/olsrd-0.5.6-rc5.tar.gz
>>>>> may i ask especially windows, bsd and netbsd users to
>>>>> doublecheck and report if there are any issues.
>>>> We just found a bug in the windows code path of 0.5.6rc5, so windows
>>>> testers should use the recent mercurial version
>>>> http://gredler.at/hg/olsrd/rev/fddb68abd9b7
>>> Ok, I have tried this on a Wrap (x86) board with FreeBSD 7.0-stable
>>> and IPv6, like always. :-)
>>> What I see is that everything looks ok after I start olsrd. It pick
>>> up the routes and populate the kernel routing table. And then over
>>> a period of several hours all the HNA routes will be removed from
>>> the kernel. I wrote a little script to monitor it. Sometimes only
>>> one route is removed and sometimes a few at a time. Sometimes it
>>> will be hours where no HNA entry will be removed. I have the dot_
>>> draw plugin loaded and when I connect to it, all the routes are
>>> there. :-) It does not happen to the other routes. I have quite a
>>> few other boxes that run 0.5.5 and have never noticed it on them.
>>> Anybody have any ideas where I should start looking?
>>> John


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