EricEric

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  1. I have just installed 1.3-106.2 on my Synology DS414 as a package from http://www.synocommunity.com and found that if kept on writing messages to /var/log/messages every few seconds. The messages looked like this: Jul 22 13:12:59 DS414 entry.cgi_SYNO.Core.Security.Firewall.Rules.Serv[1].policy_check[3243]: service_conf_ports_get.c:185 protocol format error (tcp,3838/udp)! It should be "tcp" or "udp" or "tcp,udp", synoerr=[0x0D00 service_conf_ports_get.c:184] Jul 22 13:12:59 DS414 entry.cgi_SYNO.Core.Security.Firewall.Rules.Serv[1].policy_check[3243]: service_conf_section_get.c:394 Service get port error, filepath: /usr/local/etc/services.d/btsync.sc, section name: btsync, target: dstPort, synoerr=[0x0D00 service_conf_ports_get.c:184] Jul 22 13:12:59 DS414 entry.cgi_SYNO.Core.Security.Firewall.Rules.Serv[1].policy_check[3243]: service_conf_get.c:188 Get service section fail. (file: /usr/local/etc/services.d/btsync.sc), synoerr=[0x0D00 service_conf_ports_get.c:184] I checked /usr/local/etc/services.d/btsync.sc and the syntax seemed correct to me. Even though it looked correct, I decided to change the file and remove the reference to the tcp port: [btsync] title="BitTorrent Sync" desc="BitTorrent Sync" port_forward="yes" dst.ports="3838/udp" After the change, the messages in /var/log/messages were no longer written, and the webui on port 8888 could still be used. I know that many people have issues with BTSync keeping their NAS from going to sleep. Could it be this was the issue?
  2. I have just installed 1.3-106.2 on my Synology DS414 as a package from http://www.synocommunity.com and found that if kept on writing messages to /var/log/messages every few seconds. The messages looked like this: Jul 22 13:12:59 DS414 entry.cgi_SYNO.Core.Security.Firewall.Rules.Serv[1].policy_check[3243]: service_conf_ports_get.c:185 protocol format error (tcp,3838/udp)! It should be "tcp" or "udp" or "tcp,udp", synoerr=[0x0D00 service_conf_ports_get.c:184] Jul 22 13:12:59 DS414 entry.cgi_SYNO.Core.Security.Firewall.Rules.Serv[1].policy_check[3243]: service_conf_section_get.c:394 Service get port error, filepath: /usr/local/etc/services.d/btsync.sc, section name: btsync, target: dstPort, synoerr=[0x0D00 service_conf_ports_get.c:184] Jul 22 13:12:59 DS414 entry.cgi_SYNO.Core.Security.Firewall.Rules.Serv[1].policy_check[3243]: service_conf_get.c:188 Get service section fail. (file: /usr/local/etc/services.d/btsync.sc), synoerr=[0x0D00 service_conf_ports_get.c:184] I checked /usr/local/etc/services.d/btsync.sc and the syntax seemed correct to me. Even though it looked correct, I decided to change the file and remove the reference to the tcp port: [btsync] title="BitTorrent Sync" desc="BitTorrent Sync" port_forward="yes" dst.ports="3838/udp" After the change, the messages in /var/log/messages were no longer written, and the webui on port 8888 could still be used. I know that many people have issues with BTSync keeping their NAS from going to sleep. Could it be this was the issue?