[Firehol-support] text "ERROR" shown by "fireqos status" for first class in class group
costa at tsaousis.gr
Sun Apr 19 10:15:20 BST 2015
I don't see your config file attached.
Please attach it. I'll try to run it to figure out what is happening.
On Sun, Apr 19, 2015 at 12:05 PM, Phineas Gage <phineas919 at gmail.com> wrote:
> In FireQOS 2.0.2, When I run "fireqos status <dev>” (where <dev> is either eth1-in or eth1-out), I see the text ERROR for the first class in a class group. So the output looks like this:
> FireQOS 2.0.2
> (C) 2013-2014 Costa Tsaousis, GPL
> eth1-out: eth1 output => eth1, type: , overhead:
> Rate: 100000Kbit/s, min: 12Kbit/s
> Values in Kbit/s
> CLASS lan adsl ad/voip ad/busi ad/defa ad/conf ad/priv default
> CLASSID 1:11 12:1 12:11 12:12 12:5012 12:14 12:15 1:5000
> COMMIT 50000 360 72 54 54 54 54 12
> MAX 50000 360 360 360 360 360 360 100000
> PRIORIT 1 0 0 1 4 2 3 1
> QDISC fq_code fq_code fq_code fq_code fq_code fq_code fq_code fq_code
> color code (packets): backlog | dropped | delayed | requeued
> Class Utilization on eth1-out (eth1 output => eth1) - values in Kbit/s
> TOTAL lan adsl ad/voip ad/busi ad/defa ad/conf ad/priv default
> 19 2 15 ERROR - 1 - 14 2
> 41 4 37 ERROR - - - 37 -
> Looking at the fireqos script, it’s line 3022, in FireQOS 2.0.2, that decides to print ERROR when the value of $y is zero length, for some reason.
> Here are a few things I’ve noticed about it:
> - If the first class in my class group is “default”, it doesn’t happen. That’s the way I had it before, but I need to make a change now.
> - If I change the rates on my classes and groups slightly, the ERROR can go away, but it seems inconsistent what changes produce what result.
> - If I switch the order such that for example “business” is the first class in the group instead of “voip” then “business” is the one that sees the error.
> I attached my fireqos.conf, with variable definitions removed, as well as the output from “tc class show dev eth1”, in case it’s useful.
> Any ideas?
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