Re: NM-Manager sucks my VPN

Hello Thomas,

Am 01.08.2015 um 14:55 schrieb Thomas Haller:
On Sat, 2015-08-01 at 13:13 +0200, michael wrote:
I set up my VPN from Hand,

you mean, you connect to VPN without using the VPN plugin for 
NetworkManager, for example by starting the openvpn binary directly?

noep, sorry. i open nm-manager, i make a new connection: "OpenVPN" and
fill in my "config-settings" by hand.

It's another bug in NetworkManager core.

The most serious effect seems to be the flodding of your syslog. As 
mitigation for that, you could disable that particular logging...

By editing /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf and restart NM.

[logging] level=INFO 

(beware, that "DEVICE", "ALL" and "DEFAULT" is not in the list of

Investigate the two issues and have them fixed in upstream (if the 
issues are there) and in Debian. What is the package version you
have installed? Maybe it's a good idea to search the bugtracker of
Debian for those issues first.
Ok, my first idea was: i do something wrong. if you (the ML) tells "it
is a bug" i can fill it...

Can you provide the configuration to reproduce the crash? Beware of 
stripping sensitive data.

Jep, the same issue as in FC22, "segfault" NM-Editor
Same NIC Same Hardware (dual boot)

Regarding the second issue, try enabling debug-logging and show 
relevant logging lines:

[logging] level=DEBUG domains=ALL

ok, i can put it as CC on my Bugreport, both bug-trackers (RH and Debian)


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