After HDD install - frozen on downloading full webif

Luke

Well-Knwοn Мember
I've currently got the Downloading and installing full web interface... frozen at
Downloading http://hummypkg.org.uk/hdrfoxt2/base/tmenu_1.05_mipsel.opk.
Last time it was the ffmpeg which came next.

Any ideas about what has gone wrong and what I should do next?

Its 1.03.06 and had 2.19 before replacing the HDD.
The HDD only took a few minutes to format via the HDR's Data Storage menu.
On rebooting it displayed 2.19 on the front display.

I was planning to look at the smart data via the webif but instead it came up with the click here to Download the Full Webif long button. , so I clicked on it.

My router and internet is still OK and up to its normal speed. And another HDR can acess the internet OK and its webif is accessible. I.e. I doubt that it is the internet or LAN that is the issue.


Edit 1:
Pinging the HDR it replies OK

Edit 2:
Using a web browser to go to the HDR's ip address gives:

Index of /

NameModifiedSize
Parent directory - -
charts/ 06-Dec-2013 18:42 [DIRECTORY]
img/ 06-Dec-2013 18:42 [DIRECTORY]
 

MontysEvilTwin

Well-Known Member
I think that reinstalling the custom firmware should help (1.03.06/2.19). The firmware will still be in the flash memory, but there may be files missing from the /mod folder in new drive.
 
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Luke

Luke

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Reinstalled 1.03.06 and then re-installed 1.03.06/2.19. The result remains that when attempting to use the webif it displays: Index of/.

The HDR will not format the drive. It did earlier. Now it says that it is 'too large'. I can still tenet in and get maintenance mode.
 

af123

Administrator
Staff member
Do a forced reinstall of the web interface from the command line by typing:

opkg install webif --force-reinstall

and hopefully that will sort it out.
 
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Luke

Luke

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Thanks for the fix af123. Unfortunately I have another issue before I can execute the forced reinstall.
At about 11pm last night without checking to see if there wre any more relpies to this thread I decided to run fix-disk as the HDR's formatter was saying that the drive was 'too large'. Nine hours later it was still running it. Unfortunately when I tried to read the screen I accidentally terminated fix-disk. At least I presume it was me.

So my dilemma is what do I do next?
I hope it’s not run fix-disk again because that would take 35 days by my calculations. (1024*1024*1024/0.5)*9/24
(Edit: The disk is an ST31000424CS, 1TB. The only difference to the ST31000322CS is that the cache is 16

Inode 22671630, i_size is 17967451410998269759, should be 0. Fix? yes
Inode 22671630, i_blocks is 3368243419, should be 0. Fix? yes
Inode 22671551 has INDEX_FL flag set but is not a directory.
Clear HTree index? yes
Inode 22671551 should not have EOFBLOCKS_FL set (size 8734370253132740893, lblk -1)
Clear? yes
Inode 22671551, i_size is 8734370253132740893, should be 0. Fix? yes
Inode 22671551, i_blocks is 1440261280, should be 0. Fix? yes
Inode 22671721 has compression flag set on filesystem without compression support. Clear? yes
Inode 22671721, i_size is 14086234005868357053, should be 0. Fix? yes
Inode 22671721, i_blocks is 628554920, should be 0. Fix? yes
Inode 22671828 has compression flag set on filesystem without compression support. Clear? yes
Inode 22671828 has a bad extended attribute block 73726983. Clear? yes
hmx_int_stor: e2fsck canceled.
hmx_int_stor: ***** FILE SYSTEM WAS MODIFIED *****
tee: /tmp/fix-disk.log: I/O error
Removing extra swap space.
cat: write error: No space left on device
Finished
Press return to continue:
 

MontysEvilTwin

Well-Known Member
Sorry my last suggestion did not help with your earlier problem:( I have also had the same issues as you are now encountering: fix disk finding problems with every inode and the Hummy incapable of reformatting, saying that the disk is too large. I did manage to fix this, albeit in an inelegant fashion. I took the disk back out of the Hummy and connected it to a Windows PC. Using disk management I did a quick format: this only takes a few minutes. This gives a single NTFS partition. Then I used the same tool to convert the partition to unallocated: right-click on the partition and delete it. When put back in the Hummy, the drive could be formatted again. If you try this and it works I recommend installing the customised firmware again before proceeding with installing the full web interface.
 
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Luke

Luke

Well-Knwοn Мember
Do a forced reinstall of the web interface from the command line by typing:

opkg install webif --force-reinstall

and hopefully that will sort it out.
Yes it did sort it out despite me possibly making the situation worse first.

Many thanks.
 

free30

Member
I had a similar problem "webif displays: Index of/." after I forced WebIF to reinstall from the WebIF and then not waiting as instructed...

I fixed it by putting WebIf package on a USB device, with the more recent firmware it installed it automatically. Easier for me than Telnet line commands.
 

free30

Member
I've tried installing the 'lighttpd and I get this error
Code:
humax# opkg install lighttpd
Installing lighttpd (1.4.35) to root...
Collected errors:
* check_conflicts_for: The following packages conflict with lighttpd:
* check_conflicts_for:        webif *
* opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package lighttpd.

So I tried force installing WebIF and Mongoose but no luck.
Any ideas what to try? It all down to hard disk errors. I think I've fixed them now though. :frantic:

Code:
humax# opkg install webif --force-reinstall
Removing package webif from root...
Not deleting modified conffile /mod/var/mongoose/html/favicon.ico.
Installing webif (1.0.11-4) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/webif_1.0.11-4_mipsel.opk.
Configuring webif.
Postinstall configure
SMART: (PASSED)
realloc: 0
spinretry: 0
pending: 1
offline: 1
Collected errors:
* file_md5sum_alloc: Failed to open file /mod/var/mongoose/html/favicon.ico: No such file or directory.
humax# opkg install mongoose --force-reinstall
Removing package mongoose from root...
Not deleting modified conffile /mod/etc/mongoose.conf.
Installing mongoose (3.0.11) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/mongoose_3.0.11_mipsel.opk.
Configuring mongoose.
Collected errors:
* resolve_conffiles: Existing conffile /mod/etc/mongoose.conf is different from the conffile in the new package. The new conffile will be placed at /mod/etc/mongoose.conf-opkg.
humax# opkg install webif --force-reinstall
Removing package webif from root...
Not deleting modified conffile /mod/var/mongoose/html/favicon.ico.
Installing webif (1.0.11-4) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/webif_1.0.11-4_mipsel.opk.
Configuring webif.
Postinstall configure
SMART: (PASSED)
realloc: 0
spinretry: 0
pending: 1
offline: 1
Collected errors:
* file_md5sum_alloc: Failed to open file /mod/var/mongoose/html/favicon.ico: No such file or directory.
 

af123

Administrator
Staff member
Same problem that rpb424 reported over in the lighttpd thread. I Can't reproduce it and I haven't worked out what is going on yet. The lighttpd package is configured to conflict with webif <1.0.11 so 1.0.11-4 should be fine.

Edit: You should be able to force the installation with 'opkg install lighttpd --force-depends'
 

free30

Member
Great, thanks, that worked.
Sorry did not realise I was not the only one, thought it must be my hard disk.
Thanks again.

Code:
humax# opkg install lighttpd --force-depends
Installing lighttpd (1.4.35) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/lighttpd_1.4.35_mipsel.opk.
Installing swapper (1.0.1) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/swapper_1.0.1_mipsel.opk.
Configuring swapper.
128+0 records in
128+0 records out
134217728 bytes (128.0MB) copied, 8.483000 seconds, 15.1MB/s
Setting up swapspace version 1, size = 134213632 bytes
UUID=f5711f56-0d1e-4ac7-b508-ffb628326aec
Configuring lighttpd.
 

IPNightly

New Member
FYI

Had similar issues as Luke after installing 1.03.11 mod 2.22 for the first time. Got the following errors after Telneting in to reinstall webif ;

humax# opkg install webif --force-reinstall
Removing package webif from root...
Not deleting modified conffile /mod/webif/html/favicon.ico.
Installing webif (1.0.12-2) to root...
Downloading http://hpkg.tv/hdrfoxt2/base/webif_1.0.12-2_mipsel.opk.
Configuring webif.
Postinstall configure
SMART: (PASSED)
realloc: 0
spinretry: 0
pending: 0
offline: 0
Collected errors:
* file_md5sum_alloc: Failed to open file /mod/webif/html/favicon.ico: No such f
ile or directory.
* extract_archive: Cannot create symlink from var/mongoose to '../webif': File
exists.

However humax# opkg install lighttpd --force-depends seeems to have solved the problem.
 
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