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MaybeOnce:
DIR-866L daemon.err dnsmasq[1624]: failed to read /etc/resolv.conf: Too many open files

My log has been filling up with this error ever since a power outage - about 1 every 2 seconds.  I can't find any specific configuration changes related to this recently.  I do not see any connectivity or performance issues yet.

I've searched online and can't find any reference to this specific dnsmsaq error except that in embedded systems the page size is usually limited and that for other systems there are configuration commands to change the limits.

I'm running the stock Version: A1   Firmware Version: 1.00    

Just a curiosity at this point.  I really didn't want to setup a syslog with filtering but thought I'd reach out to the community for thoughts.

MaybeOnce

FurryNutz:
Link>Welcome!


* What region are you located?
* Has a Factory Reset been performed?


Internet Service Provider and Modem Configurations

* What ISP Service do you have? Cable or DSL?
* What ISP Modem Mfr. and model # do you have?
Do you have DNS Relay enabled?

MaybeOnce:
Region:  North America.

Anyway, I am not in a position to do a factory reset so i setup a syslog and filtered it out so I could concentrate on more relevant events.  Still no insight based on searches online, either.

ISP:  Charter
ISP Modem:  Arris TM1602

FurryNutz:
Look at your FW version, it's behind. You might try a FW update: http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=61193.0
Link> >FW Update Process

FurryNutz:
Any status on this?


--- Quote from: MaybeOnce on October 08, 2016, 02:17:02 PM ---Region:  North America.

Anyway, I am not in a position to do a factory reset so i setup a syslog and filtered it out so I could concentrate on more relevant events.  Still no insight based on searches online, either.

ISP:  Charter
ISP Modem:  Arris TM1602

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