UniFi Controller News on Synology
Due to the changes in the latest beta versions of
UniFi Controller and I want to give some guidance for customers:
- If you have updated the Synology DSM to version 6.0-nothing to worry about. And even good! You can install 64-bit Java, 7 or even 8-series. Let me remind you that the official
JavaManagerfor DSM 5.0 only supports 32-bit Java.
- If you are trying to run the
UniFi Controllerand you have a file
/volume1/@appstore/UniFi Controller/logs/server.logthe following errors occur:
[2016-01-22 00:14:28,273] <db-server> ERROR system - [exec] error, rc=141 [2016-01-22 00:14:28,273] <db-server> INFO db - DbServer stopped [2016-01-22 00:14:33,280] <db-server> ERROR system - [exec] error, rc=141 [2016-01-22 00:14:33,281] <db-server> INFO db - DbServer stopped [2016-01-22 00:14:38,291] <db-server> ERROR system - [exec] error, rc=141 [2016-01-22 00:14:38,292] <db-server> INFO db - DbServer stopped
It’s not dead! Ubiquiti team aware of this problem and will fix it soon (at least so they wrote to me). For my part, I did everything I could – rewrite the startup script of
UniFi Controller, increased the timeout to run. If this do not help,
UniFi Controllerdoes not start and logs only these errors, try to change the Java version, as practice shows some users – it helps.
2016-07-04 Update: Please, read new information.
- If you installed the 64-bit Java and at startup
UniFi Controllerand you see the following warning:
Java HotSpot(™) 64-Bit Server VM warning: You have loaded library /volume1/@appstore/UniFi Controller/lib/native/Linux/amd64/libubnt_webrtc_jni.so which might have disabled stack guard. The VM will try to fix the stack guard now. It’s highly recommended that you fix the library with ‘execstack -c’, or link it with ‘-z noexecstack’.
Nothing to worry about. As answered in the Ubiquiti – controller will work even if you Were at all will not be started.
- Same girl from Ubiquiti said they plan to buy a test of Synology to test a
UniFi Controllerand the Synology. The good news. 🙂
- If you are using ARM processor Synology is sad. Have to contend with a number of glitches. Will list several restrictions:
- The MongoDB server to Synology with ARM processor is 32-bit, it imposes a number of restrictions;
- The MongoDB server to Synology with ARM processor is enough of the old version, and the server periodically freeze that halts and the controller itself;
- Java on Synology with ARM processor also works not always correctly.
As soon as we have on sale in Russia appears UniFi Cloud Key – I’ll try to order it. This device is using ARM architecture too so that you can be any components for Synology to take with him. If you have the opportunity to provide this device for test – I would be happy to.
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