[Olsr-users] How to send the olsr debug to a file with rotate property?

L. Aaron Kaplan (spam-protected)
Mon Mar 9 15:16:34 CET 2009

Does it also happen when you use older versions?

We are currently fighting a few bugs in -r3 .
You could do the following: Get the tip of the 0.5.6 branch (i.e. what  
is going to be -r4) , compile it and try again please.

1) install mercurial
2) hg clone http://gredler.at/hg/olsrd-0.5.6
3) cd olsrd-0.5.6
4) hg up -r tip
5) make PREFIX=/usr build_all libs
6) make PREFIX=/usr install_libs install

Please tell me if this fixes your problem.

Concerning the syslog interface: yes, coming... the first version of  
that is already in the tip of the tree.


On Mar 9, 2009, at 3:06 PM, Douglas Diniz wrote:

> Hi, I'm facing some troubles with olsr and I need to activate the  
> debug.
> I'm using olsr in a embedded system, so the memory is a constraint.  
> Then I need to send the olsr debug to a file, and the file must have  
> the rotate property, because the file can't grow to infinite.
> I have the syslogd installed in my system. Can I use the syslogd to  
> manage the olsr debug and rotate the file? If not, what can i use?
> I'm running in a ppc system.
> Thanks
> Ps: The problem I'm facing is it:  I have a ad-hoc network with 3  
> terminals with this topology:  A <---> B <--- > C.
> The problem is for some reason the B terminal is esporadically (this  
> happened only one time untill now) blocking the other 2 terminals,  
> blocking the ssh, and aparently all the network access, but I can  
> ping the A and C terminal, and the dhcp server in the terminals are  
> working.
> To fix this problem I had to reset the B terminal, and all work fine  
> again.
> So I think the problem is olsr, bacause I never see this before and  
> recently I update olsr to 0.5.6 r3 version and I'm using the fisheye  
> configuration.
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