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From: Peter Merritt (pwmerrittweirdwater.org)
Date: Fri Aug 06 2010 - 23:48:20 CDT
Problem is the same box works fine at another location, same provider.
Only dif is static ip, and commercial grade service, runs fine on dhcp
and residential service. I have 4.7 running at home and another location
just fine. Even waited a few months till I was comfortable with new
syntax for pf, and see if any reported any big bugs I may try a snapshot
after I back up the present drive. I am at a loss what it is.
From: Chris Cappuccio [mailto:chrisnmedia.net]
Sent: Friday, August 06, 2010 9:28 PM
To: Peter Merritt
Cc: STeve Andre'; miscopenbsd.org
Subject: Re: How to Downgrade from 4.7 to 4.6
Considering that 4.7 isn't known to have major, show-stopper bugs in PF
like you experience, you may want to consider that there is a bug in
some other part of the system like the ethernet driver or some such.
If you can try 4.8 snapshots first, and perhaps post your tests,
results, and dmesg to the list, then someone can help you narrow down
what the actual problem is.
Peter Merritt [pwmerrittweirdwater.org] wrote:
> Ok, thanks.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: STeve Andre' [mailto:andresmsu.edu]
> Sent: Friday, August 06, 2010 8:18 PM
> To: miscopenbsd.org
> Cc: Peter Merritt
> Subject: Re: How to Downgrade from 4.7 to 4.6
> On Friday 06 August 2010 22:19:24 Peter Merritt wrote:
> > Have one connection that I just can't get 4.7 to work with even with
> > the most minimal pf.conf I get erratic and slow results. How would I
> > go about downgrading from 4.7 to 4.6?
> > Peter
> Reinstall. After saving /etc and whatever else config stuff, you can
> install far faster than picking around and fixing things. I've done
> it to see how hard it was. Installing is more civilized.
> STeve Andre'
> Disease Control Warden
> Dept. of Political Science
> Michigan State University
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