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Random crashes after upgrade to 16.6.2 from 16.5.2

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  • #16
    I was just asked by tech support to share this thread. I guess they dont even monitor their own forums anymore.


    • #17
      ​You can see in the screen grab here, my upgrade from 16.5 to 16.6, the reboot, then the CPU going bonkers after things got spun up... then me turning off IDS and it calming down, then me removing IDS, reinstalling it, and re-configuring it. IDS is online now, and CPU is back to normal.

      So if your CPU went nuts post upgrade, I suggest reinitializing the IDS module, it seems to have cured my unit. It's still using more CPU, but it's in the category of what I'd expect for upgrades over time, not orders of magnitude like it started.

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      • #18
        I've spent the last day and a half tearing my hear out (including hours spent on associated trouble with my Ubiquiti switches and APs) before finally plugging a monitor into my Untangle router and noticing it rebooting periodically. I've now disabled IDS and it's been stable ever since. Reinstalling and re-enabling IDS caused a hard reset within seconds, so that hasn't proven a solution to this issue for me.

        I likewise upgraded to 16.6.2 from 16.5.2 yesterday, I'm running Home Protect Basic on an HP T730 with a 250GB Samsung 860 EVO M.2​ SSD (bought October 2021). Multiple Memtest86+ runs passed without errors.