August 23, 2007 at 8:57 am #40743
I’m configuring bandwith per IP. (70 hosts)
I’ve created chains and assigned them to interfaces.
I was creating the rules in the classifier and, when I was at entry number 60 (host nº 30, because 2 rules per IP: upstream & downstream), an “ERROR” message is shown under “QoS Rules” title. ❗
I can’t see the rules, neither ADD.
I did reboot the system and.. the problem persists.
(I use 1.0.beta5 version).
MichaelAugust 26, 2007 at 11:46 pm #45778
I will check and try to fix the bug in the next release.
FulvioAugust 28, 2007 at 9:46 am #45779
I’ll waiting for next release.
Thanks very much.
MichaelSeptember 18, 2007 at 5:39 pm #45780
This bug has been fixed in the release 1.0.beta7.
FulvioSeptember 25, 2007 at 8:41 pm #45781
thanks for the new release, Fulvio.
Now, the classifier page doesn’t crash with 60 entries, but….
now a strange behaviour happens: 60th entry is duplicated, the second 60 entry lost the Qos class assignment and I can’t delete rear entries (61, 62..), because when I save the changes, these ones appear again 😕
MichaelSeptember 25, 2007 at 9:37 pm #45782
Could you try with a new DB?September 26, 2007 at 7:41 am #45783
Could you try with a new DB?
I’ll try, but it will take to me a long time.
I’ll post the result.
MichaelOctober 3, 2007 at 4:25 pm #45784
I appear to have gotton around this problem.
I stopped QoS on my two cards (bridged) disabled the QoS rules.
Deleted them one at a time (which took a while) then saved (after deleting all 63 rules), re-enabled and added QoS back on the adapters. I now just need to add my rules back in, keeping it under 60 🙂
I am currently using 1.0beta6, upgrading to beta7 tomorrow.
AndrewOctober 3, 2007 at 7:10 pm #45785
… I now just need to add my rules back in, keeping it under 60 🙂
It is not entirely clear to me whether you have lost your rules or not…
Do you have kept 1-60 rules?
On the other hand, I think the big problem is that the web interface to manage the classifier is not suitable for a large number of rules/classes (>60). Is hard to support.
I think would be better an interface to manage rules in a group.
MichaelOctober 3, 2007 at 9:13 pm #45786
When I originally started deleting rules 61 – 63, I saw the same results as you, rule 60 duplicated itself to 61-63. By deleting them all and then saving I managed to clear the entire QoS rules list. I then entered my 60 most important.
Its very true that the interface does not allow for easy creation of a large number of rules. It is certainly something I would like to see improved at some point, as I am currently using it to manage about 1000 clients (works very well).
AndrewOctober 4, 2007 at 9:02 am #45787
It is certainly something I would like to see improved at some point, as I am currently using it to manage about 1000 clients (works very well).
If I’m not mistaken, If you want to manage bandwidth for 1000 clients (1000 IPs ?) you have to:
– Creating 1000×2 (upload, download) classes
– Assign 1000 classes to interface A, 1000 to interface B
– Configure 1000×2 rules in the classifier
Each “add action” takes one web page reload: 4000 web pages reload to get it.
At the moment, definititely Qos rules manager is not suitable for large number os rules. 😕
apart from that, Zeroshell is fantastic! 😉
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