Just sys-upgraded my TP-Link c2600v1.1 device from 19.07.3 > 19.07.4, excellent work!
Upgrade a Xiaomi R3G v1 (ramips) from 19.07.3 to 19.07.4 without issue.
Netgear R8000 upgraded from 19.07.3 to 19.07.4, no problems
well one thing is for certain... the build / download infrastructure is performing very well indeed...
big pat on the back to the maintainers and modders at the back end that put in the hard yards to ensure that data is where is should be, when it should be... and delivers in a responsive and predictable manner...
Awesome work developers, I've been waiting for this release.
19.07.3 upgraded to 19.07.4 with config wipe on my WRT1900ACS. (I wanted to start over with a fresh config.)
My only issue was the 2.5 and 5 GHz wireless guest interfaces were not bridged in the guest network during setup with LuCI. This may be a new normal and I've added checking this to my setup document.
Works great! Updated my vintage TP Link WDR 4300 from 19.07.3 via sysupdate and finally got around to switch an Ubiquiti UAC LITE AP to openwrt. Also enabled 802.11r, looks promising
mimini works bad:
Fri Sep 11 17:07:46 2020 kern.err kernel: [ 6615.438086] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: transmit timed out Fri Sep 11 17:07:46 2020 kern.info kernel: [ 6615.444416] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: dma_cfg:80000065 Fri Sep 11 17:07:46 2020 kern.info kernel: [ 6615.450586] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: tx_ring=0, base=07780000, max=1024, ctx=17, dtx=17, fdx=16, next=17 Fri Sep 11 17:07:46 2020 kern.info kernel: [ 6615.461258] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: rx_ring=0, base=06408000, max=1024, calc=47, drx=48 Fri Sep 11 17:07:56 2020 kern.err kernel: [ 6619.306350] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: transmit timed out Fri Sep 11 17:07:56 2020 kern.info kernel: [ 6619.312684] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: dma_cfg:80000065 Fri Sep 11 17:07:56 2020 kern.info kernel: [ 6619.318854] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: tx_ring=0, base=07780000, max=1024, ctx=28, dtx=28, fdx=16, next=28 Fri Sep 11 17:07:56 2020 kern.info kernel: [ 6619.329525] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: rx_ring=0, base=06470000, max=1024, calc=63, drx=64 Fri Sep 11 17:08:06 2020 kern.err kernel: [ 6623.157217] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: transmit timed out Fri Sep 11 17:08:06 2020 kern.info kernel: [ 6623.163553] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: dma_cfg:80000065 Fri Sep 11 17:08:06 2020 kern.info kernel: [ 6623.169720] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: tx_ring=0, base=07780000, max=1024, ctx=25, dtx=25, fdx=16, next=25 Fri Sep 11 17:08:06 2020 kern.info kernel: [ 6623.180398] mtk_soc_eth 10100000.ethernet eth0: rx_ring=0, base=06408000, max=1024, calc=59, drx=60
19.07.03 worked fine, looks like I need to downgrade
Solved my problems:
Thanks a lot to the hard working OpenWRT team
Downgrade to 19.07.3 and it works fine. The issue is packet loss.
There seems to be a bug report about it (maybe opened by you actually).
Me, yep, I'll try to revert it.
I just Loaded "stable" ATH79 19.07.04 sysupgrade build into a TP-LINK tl-wdr3600 previously running ATH78 19.07.03 without issues just a few minutes ago. So far so good. Will push some traffic through it and see if it's solid.
Big thanks once again to the OPENWRT team for the great work.
Can I upgrade from 19.07.2 or .3 without resetting all the settings?
I upgraded my Linksys WRT3200ACM from 19.07.3 to 19.07.4 and reinstalled my extra packages. Smooth upgrade, no issues at all.
Thank you to all of the developers and testers at OpenWrt for making this happen!
It worked fine for me. If you installed any non-default packages such as external disk support, you'll need to install them again. But once you do that, they pretty much all just start up running again since their configuration files are all carried over with the upgrade process.
At least that's been my experience.
See here for results confimed by others.
Upgraded TP-Link C2600 to 19.07.4. Until now only one problem I have, is that my chromecast has difficulties to connect and maintain connection
Sorry don't chromecast. It might be better if you post a new topic?
I've not had any wireless issues since the upgrade, mind you I've not experienced any yet (it's only been just over 1 day on 19.07.4)
Weak wifi signal on WNDR3700 v1 in previous version (see other post) is solved in OPENWRT_19.07.4-ath79. Now an excellent wifi signal strenght in 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz bands.
Thanks!. All other functions that I use in my custom build like Wireguard, OpenVPN, Adblock, DynamicDNS, Wifi Schedule, Wake on LAN, Network Shares, SQM QoS, LED configuration, BandWith Monitor and uHTTPd work perfect!
I could upgrade from OPENWRT_19.07.3-ar71xx to OPENWRT_19.07.4-ath79 while I could not upgrade to OPENWRT_19.07.4-ar71xx, but in my case ath79 was the route to go anyway.
Many Thanks to all volunteers working on OpenWRT. what a perfect piece of open source sofware with high quality.
I have upgraded my HomeHub 5.0 from 19.07.3 to 19.07.4 and my ac WiFi radio stopped working completely.
On Luci it says Qualcomm Atheros QCA9880 802.11nac “Device is not active”. Restarting it does not change the status
Edit: installing wpad-openssl fixed it