HaaS doesn't collect data - check_fw multiple times in processes?

I’d like to use the HaaS proxy and get relevant data from it, but it doesn’t seem to report it to the website.
There’s no active session and I suppose, that the issue has something to do with those two things:

  • The process /bin/sh /etc/rc.common /etc/init.d/haas-proxy check_fw seems to be running 20+ times, this doesn’t look normal
  • If I try to restart/stop/start the haas-proxy via SSH it just returns “Command failed: Not found” and repeats itself after a few seconds, even if I don’t do anything.

I’m running a Turris Omnia on version 3.11.18 and did already a reboot.

Did I miss something?

Certainly! Here’s the information in text form:

Troubleshooting Steps for Haas Proxy Service on Turris Omnia Router

  1. Check for Errors:
    Run the command: logread | grep haas-proxy
    This will search the system logs for any entries related to the Haas proxy service.

  2. Check Service Status:
    Run the command: /etc/init.d/haas-proxy status
    This will show you whether the Haas proxy service is running or not.

  3. Restart Service:
    Run the command: /etc/init.d/haas-proxy restart
    This will attempt to restart the Haas proxy service.

  4. Check for Configuration Issues:
    Verify that the configuration files for the Haas proxy service are correct and not corrupted. The configuration dataenrichment files for the Haas proxy service are typically located in /etc/config/haas-proxy.

  5. Reinstall Haas Proxy:

  6. Run the commands:
    opkg update
    opkg install haas-proxy

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@james.holloway you are necro bumping old topic and sound like an AI. Prove you are a human :smiley: