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  • #41295

    grunties
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    Hello, is it possible to restart the QOS classifier engine with a new protocol pack without restarting the box?

    Regards,
    G

    #47162

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    Try with

    /etc/init.d/l7 start

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #47163

    AtroposX
    Member

    What are the proper procedures for installing newer l7-protocols? I’ve tried so many times.

    I’ll do a wget to sourceforge’s l7 file to the /var/register/system/net/L7, remove the old directoy, remove the old l7 folder in /etc/l7-protocols, tar -xvzf the tar.gz file, in /var/register/system/net/L7, run make install, and use /etc/init.d/l7 start.

    the new protocols don’t show up in the /etc/l7-protocols folder, or the /var/register/system/net/l7-protocols/protocols folder either.

    After a restart of the system, everything reverts back to 2008-10-04 version of the protocols. Any ideas anyone?

    #47164

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    You just need to add/replace the file /var/register/system/net/L7/l7-protocols.tgz with a newer one. After that you must reboot the system, or type

    service l7 start

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #47165

    AtroposX
    Member

    There’s currently a “Version” and “l7-protocols” in /var/register/system/net/L7/. I can do a wget to sourceforge to get the “l7-protocols-2008-12-18.tar.gz”. Now, there’s these three items, the old two, and now “l7-protocols-2008-12-18.tar.gz”. After i get the tar.gz file, “service l7 start”, or a restart, then things revert to old definitions again.

    #47166

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    Use the following command:

    mv /var/register/system/net/L7/l7-protocols-2008-12-18.tar.gz /var/register/system/net/L7/l7-protocols.tgz

    and then

    service l7 start

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #47167

    AtroposX
    Member

    Excellent Fulvio, spot on, instantly worked. Thank you again.

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