Currently system log is always included as a part of ubox. Add logd as a seperate package and add it to default packages list. Signed-off-by: Andrej Vlasic <> git-sv

To access the router system log file. Log in using telnet or ssh. type cat /var/log/messages or more /var/log/messages If you have logging enabled, you will see the logged will return a blank line if you don't have logging enabled. redhawk _____ I do NOT provide personal assistance through chat or please don't ask. Apr 04, 2017 · OpenWRT Unsaved Changes. The system can’t write to the disk. Also we can’t install any tools to check the file system. Solution OpenWRT Read-only file system: Create a backup from you System ( System – Backup / Flash Firmware). Then remove the SD card from your Banana PI and flash the OpenWRT again! There is now way to fix the problem For the last one, which is running 19.07 i found on the system log Tue Feb 25 07:38:58 2020 daemon.notice hostapd: wlan0: AP-STA-DISCONNECTED [redacted mac1] Tue Feb 25 07:38:58 2020 hostapd: wlan0: STA [redacted mac1] IEEE 802.11: disassociated due to inactivity Tue Feb 25 07:38:59 2020 hostapd: wlan0: STA [redacted mac1] IEEE 802.11: deauthenticated due to inactivity I try to remote log my OpenWRT system. For that i set /etc/config/system like: config system option hostname 'MySystem' option timezone 'UTC' option log_file '/var/log/messages' option log_type 'file' option log_size '64' option log_rotated '10' option log_ip '' r39898 re-enabled the log size setting, although the uci parameter name has changed to 'log_buffer_size'. (Log data is passed via a file, so the ubus message size limitation is bypassed.) At the first glance it seems to work, but so far all log items have time stamp of 1970: List all projects. Project Description Owner Last Change; buildbot.git: LEDE buildbot configuration

I have an OpenWRT router and a small home network on I have a server which has the static IP How can I set up an A record in OpenWRT/LuCI for it, to give it a DNS na

Unfortunately, the `tail` command would automatically stop printing from `/var/log/messages` after a while. It may be caused by the implementation of Busybox `tail` or OpenWRT system log mechanism. Although tail -f /var/log/messages would automatically stop after some time, the -F option works for ash tail command, i.e. tail -F /var/log/messages.

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System log: Nov 29 21:00:05 OpenWrt kern.notice kernel