New log messages since updating to 386.1_2

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RocketJSquirrel

Senior Member
I'm not using my AC68U's WiFi at all. It's just a wired router in my setup. I am seeing new messages since I updated to 386.1_2 a day or two ago. The repeated "consolidating nvram" is new as are the "can't update its ip" messages. Do I need to do anything or just ignore these?

Mar 23 20:56:16 kernel: nvram: consolidating space!
Mar 24 03:20:09 kernel: 8C:85:80:62:4A:B3 not mesh client, can't update it's ip
Mar 24 03:27:28 kernel: 7C:25: DA:0D:0B:C9 not mesh client, can't update it's ip
Mar 24 03:42:06 kernel: 7C:25: DA:61:2D:26 not mesh client, can't update it's ip
Mar 24 03:42:11 kernel: 7C:25: DA:61:2D:26 not mesh client, can't update it's ip
Mar 24 05:32:04 kernel: nvram: consolidating space!
Mar 24 13:08:27 kernel: 8C:85:80:62:4A:B3 not mesh client, can't update it's ip
Mar 24 14:07:18 kernel: nvram: consolidating space!
 
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MvW

Senior Member
Neither messages are new to this release and you can both ignore them safely.
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
The nvram message has always existed, although it normally gets lost among all the other messages when the router is operating in a conventional setup.
 

RocketJSquirrel

Senior Member
Thanks for the replies. I, um, might have skipped a couple of releases to get where I am. The "not mesh client" is definitely new to me.
 

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