Dec 7 08:10:13 bs kernel: Out of memory: Kill process 18671 (wiovpn.pl) score 765 or sacrifice child
Dec 7 08:10:13 bs kernel: Killed process 18671 (wiovpn.pl) total-vm:4055656kB, anon-rss:3216976kB, file-rss:0kB, shmem-rss:0kB
By default, I disable WIO notifications to OpenVPN connections.
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the same thing happens to me, if I activate WIO with the option “enabled openvpn RW …” the memory occupation spikes to 95% and having a machine with only 2 GB of ram, this out off memery causes me to close clam.
On the contrary, if I do not select this option, with clam, intrusion detection and guardian active, the occupation stands at 70%.
I have a j1900 machine with 2 GB of IPFire 2.27 ram (x86_64) - Core Update 165.
I presume that you mean when the Enable OpenVPN RW and IPsec Statusmails? checkbox in the Configuration page is selected.
So I don’t have that selected normally so I selected that about 15 minutes ago on my system and the memory consumption has stayed completely flat at around 15% on a 4GB machine so equivalent probably to around 30% on yours.
I have Time interval for checking the OpenVPN RW and IPsec Status: set at 1 minute.
So at the moment I can not replicate your problem.
That check was running without any OpenVPN connections active. Later on I will test it out with my vm testbed system with running OpenVPN connections.
Just a quick confirmation, your Mail Service on the System menu is fully setup and confirmed working by the Send Test Mail check.
What do you see in the Logs - System Logs menu item with Who is Online? selected in the drop down box, for the time period that you have this problem?
Yes that is the one I meant. Then you should not be checking the box Enable OpenVPN RW and IPsec Statusmails?
This box is for enabling the sending of status emails for OpenVPN RW and IPsec. I could imagine that if you have told wio to try and send status emails and you have not set up your IPFire email system that there could be some issues. Why they occur on some machines but not others I don’t know.
So if you have not setup the System - Mail Service menu item then do not check the box in configuration labelled Enable OpenVPN RW and IPsec Statusmails?
This might be that you have not enabled the logging in the wio configuration page.
There is a line labelled Activate logging (/var/log/messages)? that needs to have its box checked for any logging to be recorded. If you don’t want to have it logging all the time, then it can be useful to turn it on when you have a problem with wio and want to see what messages occur from it.