[OLSR-users] Debug 1 required to work?
Sat Jun 26 16:40:17 CEST 2004
The version currently in the repository is 0.4.4. I'll put the new one up
as soon as it hits the street, since I'm waiting anxiously for it too.
I've disconvered the same thing with debug 0 versus debug 1, but I'm not a
good enough coder to track the problem into the code. I have just been
running olsrd -<options> -d 1 2>&1 /dev/null and crossing my fingers.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew Nott" <(spam-protected)>
Sent: Saturday, June 26, 2004 7:51 AM
Subject: [OLSR-users] Debug 1 required to work?
> Hi all,
> I've just started playing with OLSR, at this stage I have olsrd running
> on a pair of Linksys WRT54G boxes with OpenWRT b4 - currently I'm using
> the ipkgs of 0.4.3 packaged by John Gorkos and available through Marc
> Quinton's repository.
> When I run olsrd -d 1, and everything appears to work perfectly. The
> neighbour lists are updated and host routes appear for the other box.
> Then the dynamic gateway plugin detects that one has a route to the net,
> and the other box has a default route set via the gateway.
> However, when I run olsrd with no debug arguments, things are a little
> different. The daemon detaches, three olsrd processes appear in the
> process listing, but no route updates happen.
> With one copy of olsrd set to debug 1 and the other debug 0 the debug
> prints look almost right. Willingness is changed from 0 to 3, the other
> box appears in the neighbour list, the link is set to NOT pending, and I
> get HELLO timeouts when the second copy goes down, etc etc. But the
> neighbour list status flags remain l=0:m=0:w=3, rather than changing to
> l=1:m=0:w=3 as they do after the link is set to not pending with both
> daemons in debug mode, and no routes are added on either box.
> Any ideas?
> Andrew Nott
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