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* register_argc_argv needs to be On so that we can process rc.linkup eventsScott Ullrich2009-09-231-1/+1
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* Show page titleScott Ullrich2009-09-221-1/+2
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* Axe the s in developers. Capitalize accordingly. Suggested by JimPScott Ullrich2009-09-221-1/+1
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* Axe the s in developers. Suggested by JimPScott Ullrich2009-09-221-1/+1
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* Rename PHP Shell to developers shellScott Ullrich2009-09-221-1/+1
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* Pass origname instead of relying on a globalScott Ullrich2009-09-212-8/+8
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* Check for interfaces with same name as alias. Ticket #92sullrich2009-09-212-0/+48
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* Remove leftover code per ErmalScott Ullrich2009-09-181-3/+0
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* Update locking to use Ermals non semaphore patch. I just beat the holy heck ↵Scott Ullrich2009-09-171-41/+18
| | | | out of it with the CP torture scripts and all seems OK
* Set max children to same amount as max procsScott Ullrich2009-09-171-17/+9
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* It seems upon captive portal startup the captiveportal.db file is not ↵Scott Ullrich2009-09-171-0/+3
| | | | written out until the /etc/rc.prunecaptiveportal script is run. If the Operator decides to visit status -> captive portal right after enabling the service they will be greated with some nasty nasty errors. Silence this nonsense by creating a blank captiveportal.db file right after nuking it.
* Return NULL when captive portal is not enabledScott Ullrich2009-09-171-1/+1
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* Do not process IPFW rules if captive portal is disabled.Scott Ullrich2009-09-171-1/+3
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* Cap max requests at 500Scott Ullrich2009-09-171-6/+0
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* Adding PHP_FCGI_MAX_REQUESTS => 500. This problem seems to stem from a ↵Scott Ullrich2009-09-171-9/+10
| | | | little-known issue with PHP: PHP stops accepting new FastCGI connections after handling 500 requests; unfortunately, there is a potential race condition during the PHP cleanup code in which PHP can be shutting down but still have the socket open, so lighty can send request number 501 to PHP and have it accepted, but then PHP appears to simply exit, causing a 500 return from lighty.
* Adding PHP_FCGI_MAX_REQUESTS => 500. This problem seems to stem from a ↵Scott Ullrich2009-09-171-0/+8
| | | | little-known issue with PHP: PHP stops accepting new FastCGI connections after handling 500 requests; unfortunately, there is a potential race condition during the PHP cleanup code in which PHP can be shutting down but still have the socket open, so lighty can send request number 501 to PHP and have it accepted, but then PHP appears to simply exit, causing a 500 return from lighty.
* Using /tmp for packet captures is a bad idea, mmmkay?Scott Ullrich2009-09-162-5/+16
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* We need to link carp interfaces to wan and lan. This used to be the ↵Scott Ullrich2009-09-151-3/+8
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* set auto_releaseChris Buechler2009-09-121-1/+1
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* Use already read in file to obtain the number of sessionsScott Ullrich2009-09-111-1/+4
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* Add missing Location:Scott Ullrich2009-09-111-1/+1
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* Redirect back to cp page after disconnection of userScott Ullrich2009-09-111-4/+6
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* Lock around read callScott Ullrich2009-09-111-1/+3
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* Add 1 meg to on size disk imageScott Ullrich2009-09-101-0/+1
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* Remove /var/run/firmware.lock as wellScott Ullrich2009-09-101-4/+9
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* Show what each of the numbers are during a upgrade size failure checkScott Ullrich2009-09-101-1/+1
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* Use ['name'] instead of ['tmp_name']Scott Ullrich2009-09-101-3/+3
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* Make sure globals are setScott Ullrich2009-09-101-1/+1
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* Don't show server load balancer pools in Gateway fieldChris Buechler2009-09-071-0/+2
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* Use stristr just in case of case sensitive nanobsd nameScott Ullrich2009-09-061-1/+1
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* Move nano check to top of functionScott Ullrich2009-09-061-4/+4
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* Check globals variableScott Ullrich2009-09-061-1/+1
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* Check for nanobsd in the filename for nanobsd upgrades since it is not a tar ↵Scott Ullrich2009-09-061-0/+6
| | | | gzipped file similar to the full upgrades.
* Bump to RC3. RC2 was never released officially and was only available via ↵Scott Ullrich2009-09-051-1/+1
| | | | snapshots. Bumping to avoid confusion since it was tagged for so long
* Use size 50. Patch from Fernando LemosScott Ullrich2009-09-041-1/+1
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* Use unlink()Scott Ullrich2009-09-041-1/+1
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* fix typoChris Buechler2009-09-041-1/+1
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* fully remove NAT-T, and bring back DPD, nothing wrong with itChris Buechler2009-09-022-3/+5
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* Disable NATT and DPDScott Ullrich2009-09-021-0/+3
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* Disable NATTScott Ullrich2009-09-021-2/+2
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* Fix log sorting order so that it honors the setting.Seth2009-09-011-2/+1
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* Use == false for better readability with file_is_for_platform() functionScott Ullrich2009-08-311-1/+1
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* Use == false for better readability with file_is_for_platform() functionScott Ullrich2009-08-311-1/+1
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* Correct typo for filenameScott Ullrich2009-08-311-1/+1
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* Add function that extracts etc/platform from an upgrade file and compares to ↵Scott Ullrich2009-08-311-1/+14
| | | | the file on disk. This replaces the dumb filename platform check.
* On 1.2. the traffic graphs have only color per item and as such do not use a ↵Seth2009-08-261-4/+4
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* Remove incorrect "shaper does not work with bridging", it works perfectly fine.Chris Buechler2009-08-251-1/+1
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* rename interface to OPTYmdHis Resolves #16Scott Ullrich2009-08-241-1/+2
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* Remove whitespace and \tScott Ullrich2009-08-241-1/+1
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* Use array_splice() to unset items that should not be sync'd (nosync) ↵Scott Ullrich2009-08-241-16/+30
| | | | Resolves #38
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