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Logging into web manager causes system to hang and reboot

Logging into web manager causes system to hang and reboot

Logging into web manager causes system to hang and reboot

Yesterday I scratched it up as a fluke but today again I logged into web manager, it took a few minutes to load and then phones wen't down again. This is a brand new SD card, What the heck is going on? I would use regular manager but I wanted to update passwords for several people at the same time which web manager lets you do.

RE: Logging into web manager causes system to hang and reboot

Okay my web manager log in's may be unrelated or coincidental but monitor shows some critical lines of output (see lines 15 and 16) System has been totally unstable since new SD card.


RE: Logging into web manager causes system to hang and reboot

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13:13:38    2327598mS PRN: ALARM: 21/10/2019 15:05:48  IP 500 V2 build 11  <OSMemPool::No Pools for: 12000 Remainin>  CRIT RAISED addr=f02c8330 d=5 pc=f025f640 f0263f6c f14176b4 f1417850 f1417cf0 f1436af0
 13:13:38    2327598mS PRN: ALARM: 22/10/2019 12:34:14  IP 500 V2 build 11  <ISI Exception                          >  CRIT RAISED addr=00000000 d=5 pc=00000000 f45c0078 f01263d4 f012b060 f01a5ba0 f01a5c9c 

The OSMemPool error is simply the IP Office running out of RAM, but the ISI Exception may point to a corrupt config or faulty hardware. Try recreating the config, if it continues try recreating the SD card from Manager.

If you can keep Monitor open to try and catch the moment it dies you may be able to see what caused it. Enable pretty much everything in the System tab in Monitor and it should spit something out before it keels over.

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