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jurgyen
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« on: Saturday 16 February 2019, 06:18:00 pm »

Hi.

ive had endian runnong on hyper-v for a long time and i have about 4 installs of it at various places running all the time. recently i updated on the installs to 3.3 and also did the lastest windoes updates. now the green network stops responding, what i notice is you pin the green ip and you see 500ms, then 1000ms, then 1500ms it goes up to 4000ms then you get timeouts and the network becomes completed unresponsive. i checked the ram and cpu and disk allocation on the endian utm which looks ok, i mean none of it is showing 100%, it all well below 90%. ram is 4gb, cpus is 4, disk space is more than ample. so rebooting the utm vm brings the network back to working less than 2ms responses.

mostly this endian utm is doing proxy, i have non-transparent on green only, a bit of web filtering, AV filtering, no other proxies are turned on, no DNS. firewall is on, no logging at all.

of course this is a massive wide open question. just wanted to put it out there if anyone sees similar thing and finds anything.
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Timmeh
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« Reply #1 on: Friday 22 March 2019, 07:43:29 am »

Sounds odd. Did you inline upgrade to 3.3? Maybe do a clean install and restore from backup?

Like you, I have it running on multiple hyper-v hosts without a problem.
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